A couple of weeks ago we had a Sunday at home as it was a little rainy. This is my first ‘proper’ vlog. I’ve shared a Gap haul, showed Rosie’s closet and talked about how I made some aprons. I need some baby monitor recommendations too. Enjoy!
Would you look at this! I’ve managed to get another seven photos this week for a Sunday Sevens blog. :-).
1. It seems like we are visiting our favorite breakfast place quite often now, which I don’t mind at all. It does make me laugh though that we have to specifically request some milk with our English Breakfast tea. The girls behind the counter think it’s quite odd every time we ask!
Finally a sewing blog and an overdue one at that! For Christmas, Camilla bought me the Coco & Bettine patterns. I had resisted buying them for myself for so long and I really don’t know why, especially now I’ve made them and LOVE them! This blog post is slightly overdue as I made the first Coco top back in February and my finished my second one in June.
So this week I tried hard with remembering to take photos but I’m not uploading on a Sunday! Maybe next week I’ll get both done 🙂
1. The weather is something that I still can’t get used to here in Alabama. This week we’ve had rain, thunderstorms, wind, hail & gorgeous sunshine! Whenever it is windy, everything gets ‘pollened’. I took this picture outside of our apartment from the inside of our truck, which is supposed to be black!
I don’t have that many vintage patterns. They all fit into a little box and I haven’t made them all yet, only about half of my patterns have been made into garments.
Towards the end of 2014, I made these:
Back in December, Camilla sent me a lovely little parcel for my birthday. It contained the Green Bee Frances dress pattern and some gorgeous Denyse Schmidt fabric. Due to having visitors over Christmas, I hardly got any sewing done at all so once my parents had gone home, I was itching to get something made up – I knew this would be the pattern to make up first!