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What is your next sewing project?

April 16, 2015

Hoping to inspire some of you to make your own things. These are my latest finished sewing projects:

Doll

Designed and made a doll for my youngest daughter. I made the body out of bed sheets from the 70ies and fabrics bought from my favourite fabric shop Stoff og Stil.

Sleepy doll

Doll sleeping in her bassinet

Finished doll

Doll in progress

Hand stitching the cheeks

Doll Basket

Tucking in Mr Rabbit

Mr Rabbit being tucked in for a nap in the new basket

Check out Dana made it for a sewing pattern on how to make your own doll basket. I winged it and made my own pattern. My version got a bit too floppy and I should have used a thicker fabric as well as lined it with a thicker interfacing.

Bassinet

Mittens

Toddler modelling mittens

Woolen mittens

Also I’ve knitted some red woolen mittens for my daughter. They are connected with a plaited string. Very practical when the kids are little and therefore avoiding losing one (or both) of the mittens. Ravelry has tons of great free knitting patterns if you would like to knit a pair too. I also would like to recommend Garnstudio.no with more than 80 000 free knitting and crochet patterns and a nice selection of video tutorials.

Red mittens

Red mittens

Waterproof Mittens

Waterproof mittens 1

Waterproof mittens 2

Water proof mittens for my active little son which loves digging in slushy snow. Traced some old mittens and bought bright green wet weather fabric from Stoff og Stil. The mittens are lined with fleece and have an elastic with velcro around the wrist.

Library Bag

Library bag

Library bag lined with old kitchen curtains

Library bag

Up for making a similar one? Check out Made by Dana’s tutorial on how to make a tote.

Scalloped Baby Bunting

Baby bunting gift

Scalloped baby bunting gift for baby boys

Check out Made by Dana’s scalloped baby bunting tutorial.

Baby bunting in gift box

Bunting in gift box

Søstrene Grene here in Norways sells cheap beautiful gift boxes perfect for wrapping up handmade gifts.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Torbjørg permalink
    April 17, 2015 7:27 am

    Praktiske ting og kule stoffmønstre! Superfint! 🙂

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