Welcome to my Sewing Blog!
You are now entering a sewing blog with no babies- or kitty-pictures!
Or at least said pictures are at a bare minimum.
It's mostly about clothes, but also a few cooking recipes and other things that interest me.
My blog is free of advertisements!
And also no popups, no Flash, no animations and no background sounds.
It's just a sewing blog created by a sewer and written for other sewers looking for inspirations.
Not only will you find almost everything I've made, but I also enjoy
writing tutorials and
making patterns which I gladly give away for free.
You'll also find unique tools not found anywhere else,
including pattern generators for skirts and hats.
I wish you great inspirations and useful informations!
And please leave a few comments
My way of creating a zipper fly.
It involves more steps than other methods but in return it is very accurate and reliable.
I'm one of the contestants in the TV-show "Det store symesterskapet" ("The Great Sewing Championship") which is made by the Norwegian national TV.
This is the Norwegian version of "The Great British Sewing Bee".
Invisible zipper is a challenge for many fresh sewers.
To the normal, mortal people it appears like some kind of black magic.
This is a method I invented which only requires a regular presser foot.
This simple tool helps you draw nice and even curves.
Easy and cheap to make yourself.
Why I decided to block Pinterest from my blog and why you may consider doing the same.
Sew your own ties! Detailed guide with free download pattern.
Perfect gift for your man! Or for yourself in case you're the man
I found this gorgeous fabric last week.
At once I knew exactly what I'll make of it!
This became a neverending project that I finally finished.
Now that I became a thread-pusher it's a little embarrassing that I don't have a system on my own threads.
I mean the threads I'm using myself, not those I'm selling.
When I see all those awesome systems other people have then I feel obligated to come up with something more presentable than what I have now.
Iselin had a skirt she didn't like. Actually she likes the colour and the fabric, but not the shape.
When she asked me to make something else out of it, my limited imagination suggested a corset.
It's been quite a few mini hats made now, but almost no live pictures - except from the one I took of Elisabeth in May.
So I got help from my friend Silje for a photoshot; not only of one hat but three!
Light and fresh potato salad made with yogurt and baked potatoes.
Guides and Tutorials