Showing posts from April, 2014

Stuffed Elephant Toys And I Won A Giveaway

Hello everyone, Look what I've made! Two very cute stuffed elephant toys for my DS :-)      Pattern     : free elephant toy pattern from Materials : I used two fabric scraps from stash - both of them are printed cotton, fusible interfacing for the ears, polyester stuffing, buttons for the eyes and threads. The sewing process is very fast and enjoyable, I did two of them in two hours. The only tricky part is hand sewn the elephant body but the rest is so easy. Here is a picture of my sewing in progress, a. My fabrics after cutting b. Sew  all the edges according to the instructions c. Turn it inside out d. Stuffed with polyester stuffing and ready for hand sewing the opening area, done! More pictures of the final project, And I have a very good news that I want to share with you all, I won a giveaway from Sew Melodic - Thank you so much Melody Murdock, I will make some pretty garments from the pattern :-) If any of you didn&

Sunshine And Shine On Award! Me-Made-May'14 Pledge and April Garment In Progress

I'd like to say a big thank you to Dorothy of Sewing Fun Things for nominating my blog for the Sunshine and Shine On Award. WHAT IS SUNSHINE AND SHINE ON AWARD? This award is meant to help you know your fellow bloggers better and network with other bloggers, as well as reveal fun facts about you to help your readers know you better. THE RULES Use the logo below in the post. Link to whoever nominated you. Write ten pieces of information about yourself. Nominate ten fellow bloggers (or less if you have less followers) “who positively and creatively inspire others in the blogosphere.” Inform the nominees on their blog. Ten pieces of information about me: My nickname is Hana My hair is black and only one time dyed my hair to brown color. One time only! I love perfumes, lipsticks, nail colors, flowers and candles  I used extra virgin coconut oil for my body and hair. Apart from sewing, I love cooking, baking and gardening. I had a tiny garden in the balcony f

Fabric Easter Eggs

Hi everyone, Easter is almost here and today I finally finished my Easter eggs. They look really delicious but I can not eat them :-) I wanted to make it since the beginning of the month but time always flies - oh well that's life! I didn't sew any garments during this past two weeks but I have time to clean up my sewing space and separate some of the fabrics that I want to sew on the next couple weeks. Beside that, I also worked on the blog, if you noticed - I changed the blog header and organized my pages tab. I think it looks nicer now :-) Well, I am not going to bore you more with explanations.  Now I am going to show you my delicious Easter eggs, For the materials - I used my fabric scraps from stash, polyester stuffing and threads. For the pattern - I used free pattern and easy step by step tutorials from Retro Mama - Fabric Easter Eggs  - I found this easy and quick crafts to make through Jessica's blog , she also made these cute eggs and hosting "Scrap

Megan Draper Dress From Mad Men TV Show

Hi everyone, I finished my Megan dress yesterday - exactly on the deadline of  Mad Men Dress Challenge 3 but I couldn't publish my project in the blog. I took some pictures last night but the result wasn't so clear, so I took pictures again today and publish it as soon as I finished. My dress is inspired by Megan Draper 60's style yellow dress, but I made some changes according to my own style, Make the dress length a little bit longer Sewn 6 buttons on the skirt front flap instead of 4 buttons  The belt finished with snap-fasteners in the back side of the dress image source As I couldn't find any plain yellow fabric in my local shop, I bought 2.5 yards medium crepe fabric in very deep pink ( the fabric has shiny part in one side and hard in the other side) according to the shop owner I can use both side of fabric. I used the shiny one facing inside. And for the skirt flap lining, I used silk polyester fabric. med weight crepe fabric silk polyes