Posts Tagged ‘byxa’

Just enough

20170629_213907[1]I found these linen curtains in a thrift store and thought they may be just enough wide for a pair of trousers. And what do you know, it’s exactly what I need! (The seam allowance is included on this pattern.)

Good to know, since I often come across these curtains in thrift stores, they were really popular when I worked in a fabric store in early 2000’s, so I guess they’re badly out now. (No, I haven’t got a clue about fashions in home decorating) They often come in great fabrics though, and I’ve been wondering if I could use them for something. Now I know.

A Dress A Day

A dress, nearly every day.

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Handcrafted History

Historical and modern handcraft mixed with adventures


dis·taff - noun 1) a stick or spindle onto which wool or flax is wound for spinning. 2) of or concerning women.


Ecological gardening and food processing in Sweden

Collins Celtic Crafts

Crafting, Food, Photos, & Life in the Woods


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always time to procraftinate

A topnotch site

Catching Up The Slender Thread

Diary of an Artist (making it the hard way)

Fruit From My Hands

.....give her the fruit of her hands

MålarAffes Blogg

A great site

Emma Crafts Design

Everyday craft inspirations

something from seaview

life and musings from our seaview home

inte fan gör det det

Alla säger:det ordnar sig....inte fan gör det det..

Funky Air Bear

Traditional & Modern Knits


Sewing, coffee, mistakes, more sewing.