Zinnia skirt - to reduce fullness cut correct size for waistband then smaller size for skirt.
I bought a nice steal blue slightly stretchy jeans fabric. Unfortunately, it was not so cheap, so I bought less than I would normally buy for a half circle skirt. Very clever, if you want to make a half circle skirt…. My go to pattern for a half circle skirt consist out of three parts, the front, the back, and the waistband. Now I would make four panels and no waistband.
“I am thrilled with how my Madeleine skirt from turned out! I used a Chambray Indigo pin dot fabric from .
... And they presented me with another very easy idea how to mend this huge bustline. And because I am lazy at the bottom of my heart I immediately jumped on this ‘simple’ solution. I am sure you already can imagine how this went. My #miettecardigan will stay too big #needleworkmonday
For years now, I wanted to knit a special little lacey top-down sweater, the Miette cardigan. I wanted this cardigan so badly I simply continued knitting without trying it on. And now I have a sweater which could accommodate my fictive self after several breast enlargements and some broken rips for a smaller waist…. Or to say it simple: it does not fit. #needleworkmonday
For some years now, there is an ongoing research about the health benefits of knitting and crochet. Both crafts have things in common which facilitate wellbeing. Grab your needles and hook and get healthy #needleworkmonday
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Many words - two videos: get a grasp at the crochet cast on #needleworkmonday While using the crochet cast on you have just one small difference which decides how the stitch is mounted on the needle, namely if you have the yarn in front of the knitting needle (eastern) or in the back (western) while you grab it with your crochet hook.
I have this unfinished soft pink cardigan laying around and a good serial to watch (stranger things 2 – anybody with me?). So, I depart on an intensive procrastination course, setting a new goal, namely finishing the pink cardigan. And I succeeded.... Read about my completly neckline fail on #needleworkmonday
I think I have two sheep in my head, one is fluffy, endearing, and cuddly. It has a lovely soft mint fleece and smells a little bit like a lemon cheesecake. This sheep appears when I am well rested, fed, and warm.... I designed this easy top-down cardigan for those days when you cannot decide if you are Minty or Möh, if you want to cuddle or hit someone. Just wrap yourself in this warm cardi and find a sunny pasture to run wild. #needleworkmonday
Yes, you heard right: my bum dictates my sewing projects - here is my go to bottom-flattering skirt is a self-drafted half circle skirt made from stretchy fabric. #needleworkmonday I am a big advocate for dressing in a way which makes you feel beautiful and carefree. For me this means having clothes which look nice but are low maintenance. Clothes which are not crumpled after wearing them for an hour while sitting in a train, walking, or cuddling a friend.
Something different this #needleworkmonday … I am at a loss how to proceede. The eternal question of which buttons to use has risen from the deep see. It is grabbing with its tentacles of endless pain after my tender brain: should I use something funny, complementary, or muted and understated, should I choose a colour already in the knitted item, should I go for nerdy or sensible?