There are many ways to repurpose a T-shirt. Some very obvious ones, like resizing or appliquéing a shirt to be more girlie, to cover-up stains, or else. But then, there are some intricately cool ways to repurpose a T-shirt. You can make a hat for your kid, like Cheri from I am Momma Hear me […]Read more, you know you want to!
First of all, let me just tell you how happy I am to have a chance to write about something like this, it is unbelievable! A group of Hungarian artists got together in a brilliant project, and they called it simply by its name ART FOR FREE. The idea was born in Pécs, where Kisház […]Read more, you know you want to!
I made a tree stump hanger. It is so cute and irresistible and it makes me smile! You’ll need a tree stump (obviously), a leg of a broken toy (the blue thingies), drill, wood glue and spray paint. And some screws to mount in on the wall… And there you have it. Isn’t it lovely? […]Read more, you know you want to!
Me and my 2,5 years old son were waiting for a bus today, and out of the blue he looks at me and says: You are so beautiful! I know moms are the most beautiful creatures, but this was the first for me, so you get how this is so special. A few days ago […]Read more, you know you want to!
A bunch of cut-up T-shirts: two broken needles and a couple of hours later, this was produced There have been some unsuspected complications, and a point when I wanted to throw it all away. But I didn’t. And I am glad. P. is now a proud owner of a soft, comfy, double-layer knit hat, which […]Read more, you know you want to!
Technically, the first day of Kids clothes week challenge was yesterday, but since I finished my first projet at 2 AM, I can only write about it today. This is my first ever sewing challenge and I am really excited to show you what I’ve done. So let’s start: Besides the KCWC I decided to challenge […]Read more, you know you want to!