donderdag 17 april 2014

Weekly Pin Project Wrap!

After 35 weeks of Pinterest inspired projects, some great ones and some utter failures, I'm taking a break from my series. I really enjoyed actually doing something with the massive amount of inspiration, but want to spend more time on sewing and the Pattern Workshop. Maybe I'll get back in my Pinterest-groove later on, but for now an overview of all projects (clickable, so clicking on a pic takes you to the blog post)!


 photo DSC_0148klein_zpsc35ed75c.jpg  photo DSC_0444_zps286935b3.jpg photo Pienkel2013-08-20105131_zpsaaeb1a67.jpg  photo DSC_0560_zpsf930d7cd.jpg  photo DSC_0674_zps2add5c0c.jpg  photo DSC_0002_zpsf027bfc3.jpg  photo DSC_0184_zpsb93c969b.jpg Pasta Salad photo DSC_0094_zpsaba9cd50.jpg Toilet Paper Roll Snake photo DSC_0347_zps4297d755.jpg Baby Beanie photo DSC_0287_zps7455b6a7.jpg Rice Pack photo DSC_0439_zpsf7e784fe.jpg  photo IMG_20131030_095146_zpsf43387a4.jpg  photo IMG_20131106_164310_zps31306864.jpg Lego Head photo DSC_0191_zpsf3b93ab2.jpg  photo IMG_20130721_080000zw_zpsa307c8dc.jpg Pink&Pleat photo DSC_0576_zpsb3bb5e41.jpg  photo DSC_0885_zpsdb03ef05.jpg  photo DSC_0862_zpsf7b455c2.jpg  photo DSC_0993_zps9bf8408e.jpg Glitter Ornament photo DSC_0136_zps0ab5e663.jpg  photo IMG_20140101_163708_zpsfe485c46.jpg  photo DSC_0384_zps9b8f1dfa.jpg  photo DSC_0408_zps34e5ea0b.jpg  photo 2014-01-15173720_zps64eaae99.jpg  photo DSC_0804_zps2164259e.jpg  photo DSC_1089_zps7545b48e.jpg  photo DSC_1104_zps2228fedc.jpg  photo DSC_1245_zps5f1b9f7b.jpg  photo DSC_1294_zpsc2ca8fa8.jpg  photo Storage_Jars_zps87bb19e2.jpg  photo DSC_0189_zpsa9339ba5.jpg  photo IMG_20140312_180155_zps44daecdb.jpg  photo DSC_0206_zps3678d37d.jpg  photo DSC_0330_zps8700f41e.jpg  photo DSC_6862_zpsaa57b7ed.jpg

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zondag 13 april 2014

Prefontaine Shorts - Perfect Pattern Parcel #2

prefontaine shorts

Have you seen my Celestial Tee yesterday? The pattern is part of the Perfect Pattern Parcel #2, a package of five cute girls' patterns, available for a limited time only. When buying the bundle, you can decide on your own price, plus you support indie designers AND a good cause! 


prefontaine shorts

Heb je gisteren mijn Celestial Tee gezien? Dat patroon maakt deel uit van Perfect Pattern Parcel, een bundel van vijf schattige meisjespatronen, die voor een heel beperkte tijd te koop is. Wanneer je deze bundel koopt, kan je zelf de prijs bepalen, je steunt onafhankelijke ontwerpers EN een goed doel!



So, since it's KCW after all, I decided to quickly finish another pattern from the Perfect Pattern Parcel #2, the Prefontaine Shorts by Made with Moxie. I made size 5 for Meike, in a starred quilting cotton. I finished the shorts with hot pink bias tape.

En aangezien het nog net KCW is, besloot ik om maar snel nog een patroon uit het pakket te maken, namelijk de Prefontaine Shorts van Made with Moxie. Ik maakte een maatje vijf voor Meike, in een sterretjeskatoentje met knalroze biaisband.

52 Weeks Photo Project - Week #15




Weekly pics of the kids, all taken on our recent trip to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam! Meike, completely mesmerised by the Lotus Dome...

De wekelijkse portretten van de kinderen, dit keer allemaal gemaakt op ons recente bezoekje aan het Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam! Meike, helemaal gefascineerd door de Lotus Dome...


... Ties, more interested in his hamburger...

... Ties, meer gefascineerd door zijn grote broodje hamburger...


... and Linde, enjoying her snack as well...

... en Linde, ook lekker aan het smikkelen...

zaterdag 12 april 2014

Celestial Tee - Perfect Pattern Parcel #2





Hi there, glad you dropped by for my turn on the Perfect Pattern Parcel #2 Blog Tour! It's my turn at last to share my Celestial Shirt with you. It's my first KCW-finish as well, so a multipurpose post it is. I don't think Perfect Pattern Parcel needs an introduction anymore, since so many gorgeous bloggers have already shared their creations, but for those who have missed out so far, Perfect Pattern Parcel is an initiative that supports both indie pattern designers AND a good cause. It consists of a pattern bundle, available for a limited time only, for which you can choose your own price! Don't think it can come any nicer than that, right? I already bought Parcel #1 a while ago, five lovely ladies patterns, so I jumped at the chance to sew something to show you from Parcel #2, five adorable girls patterns.


This pattern consists of the following patterns: Hanami Top or Dress by Straight Grain, Hosh Pants by LoubeeClothing, Celestial Tee by Figgy’s, September Tunic & Dress by Too Sweets Patterns and the Caroline Party Dress by Mouse House Creations. If you decide to pay $24 or more for this bundle, you even receive a bonus pattern, Prefontaine Shorts by Made With Moxie. I received the whole bundle to sew something to show off here and was determined to sew a whole load of clothes for my girls. However, both life and an online fabric store did not cooperate (these are the days I consider moving away from my sweet tiny island without a fabric store...), so at the moment it's just one tee to show here, but more PPP-creations will follow soon!




But hey, isn't this one shirt adorable? It's the Celestial Tee by Figgy's in the smallest size, 18 months. A bit large for our 14 month old Linde, but my guess is she'll fully rock it this summer. In line with KCW's Mini&Me theme I used an old (or more accurately: unwanted) shirt with lots of stretch in a bright blue. Since the stretch and recovery were both wonderful, I didn't use any interfacing on the neckline, nevertheless the endresult looked very neat.




The pleats on the front neck give the basic shirt a little extra. All instructions are very clear and the entire project is a quick sew. The only modification I made was shortening the back bodice by approximately 2" in the middle. The pattern has a very pronounced lower back bodice with a steep curve at the back, but since the shirt was already a bit on the large side, I decide to soften this curve by shortening the "flap" at the bottom of the back bodice.




All in all there will definately be more Celestial Tees in her future. I already traced a larger size for her big sister as well, but next in line is a pair of Prefontaine Shorts first. Another quick sew, suitable for both knit and woven, so a great stash buster I think! It's almost done, so I hope to share it with you this weekend... If you're new here, you can follow me via Bloglovin or Facebook, to see what else I make with the Parcel Patterns!





Want to give it a go yourself? You can buy the pattern here at Perfect Pattern Parcel, it's still available for a little less than a week now, so pick your price, support charity and get your patterns! 

Perfect Pattern Parcel #2

If you're still curious about the possibilities of all these patterns, take a look at the blogs below. All these lovely ladies are showing off their creations with PPP #2, so inspiration aplenty!

Shawnta Sews, P comme Plimplim, CailaMade, While she was sleeping, YoSaMi, stitched together, Sew Like My Mom, Marina Bebe, lexi.made, sewVery, Call Ajaire, I Married Superman, Girl like the sea, Stitched, Compagnie M., Buzzmills, floating world, fake it while you make it, Sewing Mama RaeAnna, Our Chez Nous, NeurosesGalore, Behind the Hedgerow, Needle and Ted, Kadiddlehopper, 2 little hooligans, Max-California.com, Siestas & Sewing, So Cal Sewing Mom, lauren dahl, La gang à Nat, Frances SuzanneRadiant Home Studio, Modern Handmade, A Jennuine Life, It's Always Autumn, lea & lars, I Seam Stressed, So, Zo... What do you know?, Andrea's Notebook, Steph Skardal, Nutta!, Sewpony, Made With Moxie, imagine gnats, Inder Loves Folk Art, Pienkel

I received the parcel free of charge for this post, however, all opinions are fully my own!

vrijdag 11 april 2014

Fjoertoer - Weekly Pin Project #35

Picture: S. Kok
A few days late, and this Pin Project isn't even actually a bonafide Pin Project, it's my largest work project of the year, which is such a great and visually interesting project that I have pinned multiple images on my board "Terschelling". So it's actually the other way around: usually I re-create pinned projects, this time the pins refer to a project I co-created in the first place. This project is the main reason for the quiet time over here on the blog, it's quite a large event, a walk in the night for 4.000+ people, along fires and works of art, for which I coordinate licences, safety and medical organisation. A short movie on this year's Fjoertoer can be seen here, I'd love to hear what you think of it!

52 Weeks Photo Project - Week #14


With almost a week delay, last week's pics of the kids! Linde, ready for mischief...


... Meike, diligently drawing...


... and Ties, proudly returning home with his new toy-chainsaw and wheelbarrow, for which he saved his birthday money.

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