I had already announced it on Instagram: I was looking for a beautiful and easy sewing project for a blueish grey corduroy fabric I had in my stock. Quickly, I thought of this skirt. Made of corduroy, it will keep my daughter nice and warm during her first European autumn. The book’s title is “Vêtements… Read More
It is no secret that I am an admirer and confessing lover of Liberty of London fabrics. The quality is amazing and there cannot be more beautiful flowery fabrics. I am also a fan of the French brand Aime comme Marie which sells sewing patterns. Unfortunately, I am rather inexperienced in sewing (which is why… Read More
You might already have noticed that I am a big admirer of those crafty ladies who sew their children’s or their own wardrobe (just take a look at Cendrine’s blog, her sewing is marvelous! Maybe you also remember the lovely gifts she prepared me for our swap). Inspired by all the beautiful sewing found on the… Read More
I discovered blogging in fact when I was looking for crochet-inspiration after having moved to Mauritius (this is when I stopped knitting because it is too hot here for woolen jumpers and co). I have found loads and loads of crafty French blogs, one more beautiful then the other. Before launching my own blog, I… Read More
What to do when you fall in love with a Liberty of London fabric (in this case the fabulous “Betsy Tea” with vibrant hues of coral, fuchsia and mustard)???