Hello sewing peeps! Today it’s not about me sewing garments. For once I did something what is normally part of my day job as journalist: I interviewed Erica Schmitz. (Erica who? No idea if English speaking people realize, how ordinary the name ,Schmitz‘ for German speaking folks is. But trust me, this Schmitz woman is someone you need to know more about. Especially if you like good ideas, that will make your sewing adventures easier and more exiting.)
Here I am again writing a blog post in English. That was not the plan, at least not from the beginning. (You need to know that my language skills are based on nine years of school English and steamy romance novels from the States. So please be gentle with me.) I’m on my way to change my whole blog from mainly German to mainly English (with some German exceptions). I realized that my readers are not only from Switzerland or Germany, but from all around the world, Stahlarbeit (which translates to steel work by the way) isn’t that small anymore as well. So that is that. Please let me know how you feel about this! Here comes my contribution to the Penny Dress around the World tour. Within the last days you’ve probably seen Penny Dresses popping up on your Instagram or Facebook Feed. That is, to put it quite simple, my fault. But I don’t feel sorry, not at all. Some months ago when British pattern company Sew Over It London launched their Penny …
Wie ihr (gemeinsam mit euren Kindern) aus Bügelperlen praktische Becherabdeckungen basteln könnt, erfahrt ihr im neuen Miss L.-Beitrag.
Habt ihr Lust auf individuelle Ketten? Ihr braucht dafür nur alte T-Shirts, Holzperlen und etwas Farbe. Wie genau das geht, erfahrt ihr HIER.
This posting is in English and German. Dieser Blogeintrag ist zweisprachig verfasst. When Rae from Made by Rae asked me to join the Cleo Skirt Showcase, I was all in. (I mean it: ALL IN.) Because I know her patterns. Because I was in the mood for more than one piece. Because I’m sometimes a crazy lady. Say hi to my Cleo Collection!