2020-09-18

Ginger Shorts |Liola Patterns|


Back in April, as I had to stay home I got to sew a lot, especially for the kids. I blogged about most things already, but since I am not as good at blogging my creations as I was a few years ago, I failed to share one of the things I made as being part of a pattern test, and turned out to be one of the things my kiddo used the most. These are my final version of the Ginger Shorts, a pattern from Liola Patterns.


This is a straight size 5 on my boy. I haven't done another pair yet, and I am not one to repeat the same patterns over and over, but I see myself sewing at least another pair when the weather starts to warm up again next year (because we are going into Autumn right now, around here). 


He wore these quite often, because they are comfy and easy to put on and off with an elastic waistband, which is a must for my lazy boy, and being a breeze to sew, with a different finished touch, they are a good pick for me too, because I get to cloth my child in a blink, and we're both happy. 


We both love the original design for the pocket shape, and it is of course, what makes this different than just a pair of simple, plain shorts. You can also style this shorts by adding trim or piping to the seams, but I skipped that option. 


This is a good pattern to use when you want to use up some scraps, or refashion a piece that is too small to refashion, because you can play around with the different pattern pieces and mix and match a couple fabric options. 

In my case, I chose to refashion a women's mini pencil skirt, but - there you go - the fabric I could use from it, was not enough for the entire shorts, so I picked this cotton one I had recently purchased, which has two different sides to it, and used the plain one as contrast in the pockets area. 


❤️ I couldn't love this goofy face more than I do ❤️

2020-08-25

Baby Doll Basket


When I had a baby girl of my own, - nine years ago - I pictured myself sewing her lots and lots of baby doll acessories. I grew up surrounded by all sorts of dolls (although Barbies were my number one), and really thought it would be the same with her. Until she was about two, I didn't give up hoping she'd play with baby dolls, but turns out I got an intelectual and her favourite things were books, puzzles, drawing, painting... except for the time we had her baby brother, when she'd carry a baby doll all around, she really didn't pay much attention to those. I'm fine with that now. I got to sew her so many clothes, she has been my own baby girl doll... and I just get extra happy when I get the chance to sew these sort of items for my friends daughters. 



This baby doll bed was one of the things I once hoped to make my daughter, but never got the chance to. I made it for my friend's daughter a while ago though. I started by searching for a free pattern – I was using this only once – and I found this one, but I liked this other one much more. I knew I could easily draft this on my own and that's what I did, my own version, own measurements and all that. However, you can get the well written/tested pattern, from a proper designer, with three different sizes available HERE (this is not sponsored). 



For the bed's main fabric I used the one I bought to make some Christmas presents about two years ago (links below) and for the lining, I used some curtains cut offs. To make it stand on its own, I interfaced all pieces and used batting as well. It worked quite well, and at the same time, it was also pretty foldable, which is great – as I see it, because, kids toys easily pile up, don't they? 


This was made a while ago, and it's kinda funny, that a couple of days after I looked into these photos to edit, my friend sent me some pictures of her cat using the bed, I couldn't laugh any louder when I saw it. 

2020-08-04

The Bella Bralette Hack and the Betty Panties


I made myself some new underwear. Yes! It has been on my to-do list for quite a while, but it's no news I don't sew as often as I did before, and when I do, it is often something for the kids, gifts or some pattern test I seemed to come across. Meaning, most of the times, I sew things that weren't actually on the list of things I'd really like to make – not meaning I don't love making them, just that they made their way to come out ealier, stealing sewing time from things that were thought and wished long before they were. Get ready, because I am feeling wordy today!



Anyway, I made myself some new underwear! Just because I have a very tiny memory, I can't tell which piece I sewed first, the bra or the panties. Since that isn't important either, I will start by telling you about the bra. I actually used a bralette pattern, the BellaBralette by Day Dream Patterns to be precise, which I tested and shared with you back HERE. This is a pattern meant for lace but I wasn't happy enough by hacking the bralette into a bra, I also had to make it with knit and lace. 



And... yes, there's more, that said knit, was actually re-used from a t-shirt. I used part of that t-shirt for my boy's shorts (here) and these were just scraps I had left. As you see, they were enough (though just quite) for the whole set. Because I have these huge boobs (NOT really), I also had to adjust the damn cup size, shortening a bit the smallest size. Never did that on a bra before, but it went just fine, and I never had a selfmade bra fitting so well – oh wait, this is my actual real bra ever. I had a little help from Susana's tutorial on how to turn a bralette pattern into a bra pattern.

 


And now that I've mentioned Susana, this might be the right time to mention that I recently got the Betty Panties pattern from Suco by Susana and I was eagerly wanting to try this one out, because again, making myself some new underwear was something I was planning to since a while ago. And what can I say? I was pretty much satisfied with it, so much so, I have at least three more planned on my list. 



There are a few views for this panties and I did view F to start, next on my plans is view D. I did make panties for myself before, you can see them HERE, and I am happy to say both patterns have the perfect fit for me. Ever since I made all of them, they became part of my fave and I wear them more often than I wear most of my ready to wear panties. They're all so comfortable. 

 


There are a few more undies patterns I'd like to try, and I can't wait to, but I won't tell you to come back soon for them, as I don't really know when that might happen. One thing I'd really like to try to make, is a lace body, oh I love them so, but never pondered making one as much as I have lately. Should I? Could I? What about you? Have you tried sewing underwear before? I promise is not as scrary as it might be in your head.


2020-07-15

Chromium Cropped Hoodie

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Para finalizar esta série de publicações dos moldes que testei para o último catálogo do Project Run and Play  (aqui), já só nos resta o que terá sido talvez o segundo preferido da minha filhota, o Chromium Cropped Hoodie (Designs by Call Ajaire). 

To finish the set of posts about the patterns I tested for the latest Project Run & Play pattern lookbook (here), there's only one left, which might have also been my daughter's second best choice, it is the Chromium Cropped Hoodie (Designs by Call Ajaire). 


Como nas outras peças, fiz-lhe o tamanho 9 e ficou perfeito. Foi ela quem escolheu todas as opções, cropped, manga comprida, capuz com orelhinhas de urso. Estava verdadeiramente feliz quando o estreou, acho que o usou durante dois dias seguidos. 

Just as for the other pieces, I did her a size 9 and it was spot on. She picked from all option, cropped lenght, long sleeve, hoodie with bear ears. She was truly happy to try it on and I think she wore it for two days in a row. 


Este tecido foi-me dado pela amiga Patrícia, e era perfeito para este projeto, que pede um tecido com pouca elasticidade. Infelizmente era retalho não muito grande, e quase que não tinha suficiente para terminar a peça. Acabei por improvisar para cortar e costurar o cós, mas já vos conto como. 

This fabric was handed to me by my friend Patrícia, and it was perfect for this one since it calls for a non very stretch fabric. Unfortunately the piece of fabric wasn't much and I barely had enough to finish my garment. I had to improvise to make it to with the waistband, I'll tell you how in a bit. 


Este é mais um daqueles moldes que se tornam um bom investimento devido às mais variadas opções de escolha no design da peça, mas também pela quantidade de número disponíveis. Por exemplo, este vai até aos 16 anos (o que para uma baixinha, magrinha como eu se torna ainda melhor, de certeza que até para mim eu podia costurar com ele se me desse na real gana). 

This is again, one of these patterns that are a very good investment due to the many design options but also the size range available. For instance, this one goes from newborn to 16Y (even I could sew for me with this one if I wished to, since I'm both slim and short). 


E foi assim que me desenrasquei quando percebi que não tinha tecido suficiente para cortar o cós numa só peça. Felizmente dava para fazer um enxerto casando as riscas do tecido. Uni os dois pedaços de tira e depois, pelo lado direito costurei uma fita de viés para tapar a costura. Posso sempre dizer que não é erro, é design, toque especial. 

And this is how I made it up when I realised the fabric wouldn't be enough to cut my waistband in an only piece. Luckily for me, I had just enough to patch two bits, allowing stripes on the fabric to match as well. I sewed them both together and then covered it up with a bias tape. I can always say it's not a mistake, it's a design touch. 

Como já tinha dito, também fiz uma para ele, mas não chegámos a tirar fotos decentes, o miúdo sentia calor com a sweatshirt e não quis massacrá-lo sem necessidade. Na falta de um tecido apropriado, reciclei uma sweatshirt do primo, e aqui também usei a frente nas costas. Para a gola, usei um retalhinho de tecido que sobrou de um outro vestido que fiz para a miúda (por partilhar ainda). 

As I said before, I also mede the boy a sweatshirt too but it was too hot for this already and he didn't want to do a shoot with it on. I didn't want to bother him with that either. Not having a better fabric for him, I used one of his cousin's sweatshirts, and again I turned it the other way around, using the back as the front. For the cowlneck I used a scrap left from another dress I made for the girl (still to share). 

2020-07-14

Golden Dress & Lemon Tee

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Há duas publicações atrás partilhei muito por alto as últimas peças que costurei, e que fizeram parte do último catálogo do Project Run and Play (aqui). Na última publicação, partilhei mais sobre o molde Abby's Marigold Pants (The Wolf and the Tree), seguido do Viridian Swimsuit (Jennuine Design). Hoje venho mostrar-vos dois moldes Suco by Susana, o Golden Dress e o Lemon Tee.

Two posts ago I quickly shared the latest pieces I made, which were part of the latest Project Run & Play pattern lookbook (here). In my latest post, I shared more about the Abby's Marigold Pants pattern (The Wolf and the Tree), followed by the Viridian Swimsuit pattern (Jennuine Design). Today I am sharing two patterns by Suco by Susana, the Golden Dress and the Lemon Tee.

GOLDEN DRESS 
Este vestido não tem muitas opções para se escolher mas sinceramente também não precisa. Gostei imenso de o fazer e a miúda de o vestir. Mais uma vez, os moldes da Susana, destacam-se pela clareza das instruções e qualidade dos acabamentos nas peças. Mesmo nos moldes mais simples (e também existem em português!). 

This dress doesn't have a lot of options to chose from but hnestly it doesn't need them. I really liked sewing this and the girl loved wearing it too. Again, Susana's patterns stand out by having clear instructions and excellent finishing touches. Even in the simplier of her patterns. 



 Aqui está outro exemplo de um molde simples mas que assenta perfeitamente na minha criança mais nova. Para a t-shirt dele usei uma de adulto que estava por estrear. Tinha-a comprado em segunda mão num mercado porque gostei imenso da estampa, que na original estava na parte da frente. Eu usei-a nas costas. 

Here's another example of a simple pattern that fits perfectly on my youngest. For his t-shirt I used a second hand (but never worn) adult tee that I got at a flea market because I liked the print on it, only it was on the front on the original one. I used it for the back. 


Eu fiz a versão mais simples desta peça porque o miúdo não suporta costuras na barriga ou nas costas, qualquer etiqueta por mais suave que seja tem de sair das t-shirts de compra pelo mesmo motivo. Mas como podem ver acima, o molde tem várias opções para tornar esta peça única, qual gostas mais? Se queres ver mais fotos da última peça que fiz para a coleção passa por cá amanhã. 

I made the simpler version of this piece for the fact that my little boy doesn't like any seams on his belly or back. All labels on ready to wear have to be cut out no matter how soft they might be for the same reason. As you can see above though, there are many options for this pattern too, so you can make a unique piece with it, which one you like better? If you'd like to see the last piece I made for the collection, come back tomorrow. 

2020-07-13

Abby's Marigold Pants & Viridian Swimsuit

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Na última publicação partilhei muito por alto as últimas peças que costurei, e que fizeram parte do último catálogo do Project Run and Play (aqui). Ficou prometido mostrar cada uma dessas peças em maior detalhe e é precisamente isso que vou começar a fazer, com estes dois desses moldes, que podem encontrar agora não só na coleção no site do PR&P, como individualmente no site de cada uma das designers. O primeiro é o molde Abby's Marigold Pants (The Wolf and the Tree), seguido do Viridian Swimsuit (Jennuine Design). 

In my last post I quickly shared the latest pieces I made, which were part of the latest Project Run & Play pattern lookbook (here). I promised to show each one of them in more detail and that's precisely what I am starting doing now, with these two patterns, that you can find,not only over at PR&P collection, but also over each designer's site too. The first is the Abby's Marigold Pants pattern (The Wolf and the Tree), followed by the Viridian Swimsuit pattern (Jennuine Design). 

ABBY'S MARIGOLD PANTS 


Este é capaz de ser uma das peças preferidas da minha filha. É uma miúda que gosta de se mexer e gosta, muito, de se sentir confortável. Das várias opções disponíveis, nós escolhemos a mais simples, na versão mais longa. 

This one might be one of my daughter's fave pieces. She's a girl who likes to move and really, really likes to feel comfortable. From all the options available, we picked the simpliest, in the longest version. 


Os tamanhos disponíveis neste molde vão desde os três meses até os 14 anos, por isso é um bom investimento, uma vez que é uma peça que tenho a certeza que não será usado apenas uma vez. 

The sizes available in this pattern goes from 3M to 14Y, which makes it a damn good investment, since it is a piece I am pretty sure I'll make again, so it won't be used a single time. 


Para além dos tamanhos, a outra vantagem, é que consoante os tecidos utilizados é um molde que pode ser usado/costurado para qualquer estação do ano. Acho mesmo que a versão calções vai entrar na lista de peças que gostava de fazer para este verão - mas já se sabe, a lista já vai grande... 

Another good thing to add to the good size range available, is that according to what fabrics you choose, this pattern can be used all year long, suitable to all seasons. The shorts version is probably making it to my to do list soon, though we all know that list is already long... 


VIRIDIAN SWIMSUIT


Quando vi o anúncio de teste deste molde fiquei completamente encantada com o corte vintage da versão em biquíni e mais feliz fiquei ainda quando fui selecionada para o mesmo teste. As opções de construção do fato de banho ou biquíni são inumeras, podendo brincar-se com o color blocking, entre as outras escolhas disponíveis. 

When I first saw the test call for this pattern's test, I was delighted with the vintage design of the bikini option, and I was even happier when I was selected for said test. There are numerous available options and you get to play around with color blocking, among other choices. 


Fiz a versão de duas peças, todo forrado e com as costas tipo racerback. Gostava que este molde fosse também até aos 14 anos, mas não, este vai de recém nascido até 12 anos. Para a minha miúda fiz o tamanho 9 em ambas os moldes (biquíni e calças acima). 

I did the two pieces option, fully lined and racer back top. I wish this one went through 14Y too, but it doesn't though, it goes up from newborn to 12Y. I did size 9 for her on both pieces (bikini and pants above). 


Tenho mesmo que arranjar outro tecido e fazer outro para esta miúda, a cor do tecido não a favorece mesmo nada sendo ela tão branquinha. Isso sim, não é o suficiente para que ela não se tenha fartado já de o usar nas visitas à piscina em casa da tia. Volta amanhã para mais duas das peças costuradas. 

I really have to get some new fabric and make another one for this girl, she's so pale this fabric does not suit her at all. That's for sure not a reason to stop her from using it over and over everytime she goes to my sister's swiming pool. Come back tomorrow for another two of the sewn pieces. 

2020-06-11

Project Watercolor Beach Capsule Wardrobe Collection

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Nem tudo o que o Covid trouxe foi mau, a mim, por exemplo, trouxe-me a vontade de voltar a costurar, e com isso a oportunidade de fazer parte de um projeto espetacular, uma vez que pude participar nos testes de 5 moldes, todos parte do último catálogo do Project Run and Play (vejam mais sobre isso em designer collection). Na imagem abaixo estão mencionados 4 dos 5 moldes que testei, as calças devem ter ficado esquecidas por lapso, pois como podem ver elas aparecem na última foto. Assim sendo, testei o Viridian SwimsuitGolden DressChromium HoodieLemon Tee e Abby's Marigold Pants

Not everything that Covid brought was bad, to me, for example, it brought back the sewing desire, and with that the opportunity to be part of this cool project, since I was able to take part in five pattern tests from the latest Project Run & Play pattern lookbook (check more about over at designer collection). In the picture below there are mentioned 4 out the 5 patterns I tested, the pants must have got forgotten in the edits, but as you can see, they are pictured too. So that said, I sewed up 5 patterns from the collection: the Viridian SwimsuitGolden DressChromium HoodieLemon Tee and Abby's Marigold Pants


A meio de Abril porém as coisas complicaram-se, e eu não pude acompanhar melhor estas designers que fizeram um trabalho espetacular. A saúde do meu pai agravou de repente, e acabou por deixar-nos a meados de Maio. Tive que desistir de mais um teste quando estava mesmo prestes a começa-lo, e deixei passar mais um que gostava de ter testado também. Tão pouco pude ajudar na divulgação da coleção assim que saiu. Mas eu não conseguia. 

Half way through April, things got messy around here and I wasn't able to follow the designers wonderful job as much as I'd like to. My father's health got really bad, and he eventually left us by the end of May. I had to leave another test I was about to start behind, and let pass another I'd have enjoyed testing too. I couldn't even help promoting as soon as it came out as I planed. I just couldn't. 


Assim que hoje, mostro-vos muito por alto cada uma das peças que fiz e em breve, espero mostrar-vos cada uma delas mais pormenorizadamente, começando com o biquini (Viridian Swimsuit). Tanto eu como a miúda ficámos encantadas com as cuecas de inspiração vintage. A cor do tecido talvez não seja o mais apropriado para o tom de pele dela, tão branquinha, mas eu não tinha muita escolha de material para fato de banho. Tinha apenas um retalho deste que comprei há um par de anos na Espanha e que foi mesmo à medida, mais um pouco e não conseguiria ter feito nada com ele. O modelo é lindo, e tenho a certeza que o irei usar mais vezes, assim que consiga encontrar algum tecido que faça o click.

SO, today I m sharing a quick tour through all the pieces I sewed from this collection, and soon, I hope to be able to share every single one of them in greater detail, starting with the Viridian Swimsuit, bikini version here- Me and the girl were in love with the vintage inspired bottoms. The fabric color might not have been the greatest choice due to her very pale tone of skin, but I didn't have a lot to chose from when it comes to swimsuit fabric. I only had a scrap from this one which I bought in Spain a few years ago, and had it been needed a little bit more and I couldn't use it at all, it was right the amount I needed to make it. The pattern is beautiful, and I am sure I'll be using it quite a few more times, as long as I can find the greatest fabrics. 


A seguir mostro-vos o vestido (Golden Dress), que se não me engano foi a primeira das cinco peças a ser feita. Já não costuro nada sem perguntar antes à miúda se gosta ou não do modelo, é muito decidida com o que quer ou não vestir. Ela adorou (e raramente quer vestidos), então lá estivemos também ambas a escolher o tecido. Um algodão que tinha comprado a pensar num mommy & me look, uma vez que é um padrão que ambas adoramos. Ficámos as duas encantadas com a peça final. 

Next I am showing you the Golden Dress, which I believe was the first of all these to be made. I can't sew the kiddo anything before asking for her opinion, she's quite sure of what she wants to wear or not. She loved it (and very seldomly she likes dresses), so we went through picking fabric together as well. I used this buffalo check cotton I bought with a mommy and me look in mind, because it is a print we both love. The finished piece made us both pretty happy. 


Segue-se então o hoodie (Chromium Hoodie), uma das peças de vestuário que ela mais gosta de usar. Para este fiz duas peças durante o teste, a primeira para ele e uma final, para ela, onde a deixei escolher de todas as opções disponíveis, e como com o vestido, escolheu o tecido também. Para o primeiro teste, para dele, reciclei um hoodie maior do primo. O rapaz não ficou muito satisfeito com a gola, mas também já fazia algum calor para essa peça quando tentei experimentar nele. 

The Chromium Hoodie comes next, it is one of the pieces she enjoys wearing the most. For this test I made two pieces, a first one for him, and a second (final) for her, where I allowed her to pick from all the options available, and just like with the dress, the fabric was also her choice. For the first test, I refashioned their cousin's hoodie, which was bigger, into a new one for my boy- He wasn't quite happy with it because of the neck option I made him, but truth is it was already getting too warm for him to wear that back when he tried it on. 


Outra das peças que fiz foi a Lemon Tee para ele. Aqui também optei por usar uma peça já existente e dar-lhe nova vida. Em ambas peças, esta e a que menciono acima usei a mesma dica, a parte da frente. Este é daqueles moldes com garantia de ser usado uma e outra e outra vez, pois t-shirts são peças essenciais no guarda roupa de qualquer criança. 

Another piece I made was the Lemon Tee for him. Here I also used a pre existing tee to refashion into a new one. In both of them, this and the one I mention above, I used the same tip, turning the front piece to the back and the back to the front. This is one of those patterns we are sure to use over and over, bacause t-shirts are one of the essential pieces in any kid's wardrobe. 


E para terminar, mostro-vos as calças (Abby's Marigold Pants), que são perfeitas para uma miúda super ativa que adora roupa confortável e desportiva como a minha. Na foto veste-as com a parte de cima do biquini, e andava super vaidosa do conjunto. Tinha comprado este tecido para fazer umas camisolas para o pai, mas fica-lhe tão bem como calças nela. Ainda sobrou muito, pode ser que o pai tenha sorte. 

And to finish, here's the Abby's Marigold Pants, which are perfect for this super active, sportswear loving girl of mine. In this picture, she's wearing them with the top of the bikini, and she couldn't be more proud of it. I had purchaised this fabric to make some shirts for the hubby, but it looks as good as pants on her. I still have quite a bit left, maybe dad gets lucky sometime. 

Se ficaram curiosos(as) com estes moldes, e em descobrir o resto dos que fazem parte da coleção, não se esqueçam de visitar Project Watercolor Beach lookbook (o catálogo) para muita inspiração. 

If you're curious to know more about these patterns and all the rest that make part of the collection, make sure to check the Project Watercolor Beach lookbook for a lot of inspiration. 

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