Another Monpe Pants

Monpe is so easy to make. From tracing to finish, you can finish it in three hours. Maybe less if you’re focused. The usage is so versatile too. Different fabric creates a different feel. It can be a pyjama, working pants, going-out pants, whatever. And it scores pretty high on the comfort level too. I’ve made 6… Continue reading Another Monpe Pants

nani iro original pattern in (obviously) nani iro

This dress is based on Nani Iro original pattern, available via their original website. Everything is in Japanese though, so purchasing could be a little tough. For 1,000 yen, I got one pattern that could be transformed into a shirt, tunic and a dress. Way more expensive than buying one of those Japanese sewing books… Continue reading nani iro original pattern in (obviously) nani iro

linen baby rompers

I don’t have kids. Not planning to have any for another two years. But I do love, love, love making children clothing. Is that weird? Well, who cares! Baby clothes consume less fabric than adult clothes, which for me translates into “faster result” and more importantly, “affordable mistakes”. I can (sort-of) tolerate wasting 50 cm of cotton, but… Continue reading linen baby rompers