First I want to thank all of you who took the time to read my last blogpost and for all the
amazing comments - WOW!
I have gotten some questions on if I plan to start selling some of my creations. Lately I've been thinking about how I would go about doing that. I do have a none sewing related job and 4 kids to take care of so I think I would have to base it on special orders.
I don't have the capacity to sew up whole collections in many sizes and colors.
Not yet anyway!
My good friend Lena, who is an amazingly talented painter asked me if I could incorporate some of the characters from her paintings into childrens clothes. I have been playing around with that idea for some time now, I'm sorry Lena I'm so slow! Since I have no experience in pattern designing I have been trying out different patterns where the designer allows the sewer to sell items created from the pattern on a small scale.
So far this is what we have come up with.
We call our project Gaman, which is Icelandic for fun. A web page is in the makings as well.
Sometimes I have SO many sewing plans but just can't seem to get anything done.
Or at least so it feels but since my last blog post I have sewn I think 5 dresses, two cardigans and some matryoshka bins.
The reason I haven't been blogging recently about my sewing adventures is that I am not liking my photos. I totally do not understand my camera settings now that I have to take pictures inside due to the colder weather, even though my husband has tried to explain this to me I just can't seem to get it right. Maybe I should just make him be in charge of the photoshots.
So I am sorry if the photos you see here are very far from perfect.
Any tips are welcome!!
Today I'll share with you a Norah dress a pattern by Mouse House Creations and