Category Archives: Barneklær/Childrens clothing

Lack of sewing inspiration…

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Lack of sewing inspiration…

This winter had not been the most productive, but I actually have managed to get something done 🙂 And I think my inspiration is on it’s way back, finally! There’s been so long without blogging now, that I actually have to go back to August to find the first thing I have not presented here. This is a Rumpie (I think it’s called) for Matilde. It’s a shorts and a top that is in one piece. I just made my own pattern out of an old singlet and a pair of shorts.

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Flower Power

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Flower Power

A little Flower Power inspired dresses created on order from my sister in law to her friends two daughters. The dresses are similar, in sizes 2 and 4 years. The largest one on my soon to be 5 year old here on the pictures. A little bit too short for her, but you get the impression of how it looks on 😉 Always nice with some action-pics!

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Inspiration!

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Inspiration!

Sometimes you need to make a mistake to be inspired… These fabric combinations are a result of a misplaced order. I thought I ordered stripes, and ended up with two types of dots when I got it. My first impulse was to return it, but then I changed my mind and ordered stripes in addition to the dots 😉 So one night after the kids went to bed I made this set for my youngest one (5 years) A lot of stripes and dots, and she loved it! So did my oldest, so I guess I have to do another one for her…

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Baby set

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My stepsister got a baby boy some weeks (actually more like months now…) ago, and I wanted to make him something special. The Jeans are made out of a pair of Magnus` old ones that didn`t fit him anymore. Perfect for baby jeans since they`re worn and soft! The onesie is my first try ever to make one, so I was not so sure that would work out the first time, but it did! I`ve got a picture of him in it, so it even fits 😉 I thought it would be funny to add some details to the jeans from the Onesie-fabric, so it appears to be more of a set. I really like those ooga booga figures! (Also have the fabric in pink…) Here`s pictures of the front and the back of the set. I thought I had picture of the onesie alone to show the nice buttons, but I guess I forgot…IMG_1280 IMG_1281

 

Hair bands

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These hair bands were made just to have something whenever I needed a small gift, and now they are all gone 😉 My own girls tried to take off with every one of them, but ended up with one each. The rest is spread out. I can make more on request if anyone is interested. Price is $10 or 75 kr. Lots of work, they´re having 3 layers to keep them nice and steady, and everyone has two different fabrics so you can use them on both sides.

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Redesignet barselgave

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Måtte plutselig lage en barselgave i en fei, og hadde ikke tid til å kjøpe stoff. Av en eller annen grunn er det fryktelig masse «jentestoff» i skuffene mine… Og fint lite som passet til en liten gutt. Heldigvis har jeg tatt vare på litt gamle dongeribukser som M hadde tenkt å kaste, for godt brukte dongeribukser blir faktisk ganske myke og deilige babybukser. Jeg klarte å få til en bukse i ca str 68 av beina, og sånn ble den: (Med god plass til bleierumpe!)

All of a sudden, I had to make a present to a newborn boy, and there was no time to shop fabric. For some reason there`s a lot of girly fabric in my drawers… And not much that would suit a baby boy. But luckily, I had kept some old jeans that was supposed to be thrown away, and old jeans are actually quite soft fabric and suitable for a little baby. I managed to make a pair of baby jeans, size 4-6 months, with plenty of space for diapers 😉 Here it is:

Foran/The front:

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Bak/the back:

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Og siden jeg har fått forespørsel om hvordan en syr i ribb på små buksebein, tenkte jeg at jeg kunne vise det også med det samme 😉

Vreng buksa, og legg den brettede ribben inni, rett mot rett. Sett en knappenål på hver side sånn at det blir jevnt fordelt med buksestoff.

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Så må man passe på å strekke godt i ribben mens man legger den på plass under trykkfoten, og fortsett å strekke hele veien. Som dere kan se av bildet syr jeg på innsiden, oppå ribben siden buksebeinet er så lite. Litt klundrete, men med litt trening går det fint.

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Lage skjørt uten å sy?

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Lage skjørt uten å sy?

Tenkte jeg skulle vise hvordan man kan lage et tyllskjørt/Tutu uten å sy et sting 😉

Det du trenger er buksestrikk og tyll.

Først må man ha en strikk som er ca like lang som livvidden til den som skal ha skjørtet. Kort gjerne av litt siden det er strikk… Så knyter du strikken sammen til en ring. Jeg har sydd den sammen da, siden strikken jeg bruker her er ganske bred. Men det går helt fint med vanlig «buksestrikk» også.

Så må man kutte opp strimler med tyll i ca dobbelt så lange strimler som man vil ha lengde på skjørtet. Så skal de rett og slett knytes på rundt hele på denne måten: Legg strimlen dobbelt sånn at du får en «loop» i ene enden. Stikk den opp i midten av strikken og tre endene gjennom den:

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Og når dette bare blir ferdig skal dere få se actionbilder.

IKKE av meg, men en av de nette små 😉