‘Virva’ Fingerless mitts (From Laine Magazine)

A few months ago I stumbled across an old issue of Laine Magazine in a charity shop, and I'm so happy with my find! Aside from the Virva mitts, there are several other gorgeous pattern in it that I can't wait to make. Considering it was less than a fiver, it was exceptionally good value!… Continue reading ‘Virva’ Fingerless mitts (From Laine Magazine)


Striped ‘Sade’ dress (From Breaking the Pattern)

This year I decided to make myself a 'birthday dress', as the start of what will hopefully be a new tradition. I'm not big on fancy party dresses though, so I wanted something I could wear year round, but that was still a little bit special... I bought Breaking the Pattern as an early birthday… Continue reading Striped ‘Sade’ dress (From Breaking the Pattern)


Super comfy ‘Stella’ set (From TATB Stretch book)

I can't believe I managed to go over a month without making a Tilly and the Buttons pattern; that must be a record for me! I couldn't resist making the Stella set though, as I desperately need more cosy clothes to wear around the house. Here's how it turned out: (In my natural habitat of… Continue reading Super comfy ‘Stella’ set (From TATB Stretch book)

Sewing · Tutorials and Hacks

Sarah Kirsten’s Morning Glory top- Wrap hack tutorial

I made the original version of Sarah Kirsten's Morning Glory top a few weeks ago, using some cheap polycotton, and really enjoyed the process of making it. Sarah gets you to draft the pattern yourself, straight onto the fabric, based on your own measurements (so it's guaranteed to fit perfectly!). The original top Whilst I… Continue reading Sarah Kirsten’s Morning Glory top- Wrap hack tutorial