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Refashion Week |day 5|


It is here. The last day of this mini series. I feel sad about it, I'd like it to last for longer. I hope you liked to follow along with my guests creations, not bad right? Especially when you think about it: for some was their first time, and others don't often do it. I love to challenge everyone into refashion and I am always so happy when they are up to the challenge! Closing the series I have not two but three wonderful friends to introduce to you. 

Ladies: thank you all so much!!! Muito obrigado por terem entrado nesta brincadeira!!!


Let's start with Ana Sofia from S. is for Sewing. Ana and I have completely different styles, but that doesn't stop me from loving what she does. She's delicate, her sewing is always perfect and she loves Liberty fabrics. Just by looking at a picture I can tell it is one of her works, even if I didn't know that before. And I think that's wonderful when you have your own identity while sewing.


She has participated in Refashion Month before, back then, it was her first time, you can see what she did this time, in here


Inês |Cabanita| is a super mom of 4, with a new baby on the way. She blogs about her daily life with the kids and several other things as cooking, sewing, crafting and organizing. And the thing I love the most about her, is that she's constantly trying to improve those things she cares for. The blog is written in portuguese (apart from today's post, though there is always google translate anyway), and refashioning isn't new for her. 


Read all about her refashion here


Last but not least, Sara. I am sure you already know her, from Made by Sara. She discovered me through this series, a couple editions ago, and I was so happy that she did because she easily and quickly became one of my favourite bloggers. Sara is like a busy bee, pattern testing, pattern tours, reviews... you name it! She's always working on something and she always knows all the right answers to our sewing doubts. 


Just like Ana, it is not her first time as a guest here at House of Estrela, and you can see what she created this time, in here

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  1. Nada como um bom desfio para me pôr a trabalhar :)
    Obrigada Magda pela ideia, pelo desfio de refashion-ar que adoro (dá a sensação de estar a fazer a coisa certa - o reaproveitamento de materiais), por sentir que faço parte deste grupo marailhoso e acima de tudo obrigada por esta apresentação tão encantadora :)

    Bjs

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    1. Que bom saber Inês! Isso mesmo, só tem coisas boas, reciclamos, poupamos e puxa pela imaginação e criatividade. Este grupo é mesmo um must, e estou super feliz por termos feito isto. Qt à apresentação, sinto que merecias melhor. bjs

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  2. Bora recomeçar tudo outra vez?!? ADOREI!

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    1. Ah ah ah estou com a Rita, devíamos fazer isto bastantes mais vezes!!! Desafio bimensal? Vá lá... ;-) acho que gostámos todas tanto que alinhava tudo!

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    2. Ó Rita, só tu! E tu, Patrícia ainda pões mais lenha na fogueira... LOL

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  3. Obrigada pela ideia e pelo convite Magda!
    Refashion é sempre um desafio imenso (para mim, pelo menos) e acabo sempre por gostar tanto do resultado! E graças á "inspiração" das outras participantes (todas Super!!), já tenho ideias para as próximas refashios ...

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    1. Obrigado eu Ana. Vou adorar ver mais refashions tuas, porque já sabes que eu adorooooooooooooo.

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  4. Gostei muito de acompanhar e fiquei super inspirada para uns refashions (tenho um monte de T-shirts do marido guardadas à espera...) Também fiquei a conhecer outros blogs que ainda não tinha descoberto. Fico feliz que a comunidade portuguesa esteja tão bem representada! Parabéns a todas e a ti, Magda, pela iniciativa!

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    1. Obrigado Diana! Fico feliz de saber que conseguimos transmitir inspiração a esse lado. A roupa dos maridos é do melhor. O meu já não tem nada que não use guardado e já aconteceu de uma ou outra t-shirt desaparecer "misteriosamente" cá por casa.

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