Posted by Inger Carina | Filed under comics and sketches
This weekend was the 30th International SketchCrawl It’s always so much fun!
The Stockholm-crew started out with a nice cup of tea at Classic Tea Room and after that we continued to The Museum of Natural History, sketching stuffed animals with nasty looking feet :)
My gallery-plugin is fighting me today so I’m using a default one that doen’t look so great. Sorry about that. If you want to look closer at the sketches just click on them for a larger view.
Se you soon!
It turnes out that I have a particular fondness for the same garment but in different prints ! :)
Here is a clothes line from this summer with a colorful skirt parade.
I made them all out of 100% cotton. Vintage fabrics with colorful prints. Simpel hip hugging cut with zipper in the back.
This is fun to wear! Simple joy – just a skirt to lighten up your look :D like candy!
I collect ribbons as you probably know :) and have lined the edge on some of this skirts with cute vintage ribbons – the pink plaid skirt has a cool ribbon with hearts, which I think is a gift wrap string actually – but it can withstand the washing machine :D so it works…
Don’t you long for the sun now!! I know I do!
Still freezing outside! A very very quick knitted shawl that matches my vintage bag.
I used needles 15 mm (19 US size), a very thick wool yarn, it’s 15 stitches plain knits (UK/US stocking stitch?) with a border of moss stitch. It took only a couple of hours to make. :)
Voilá new warm shawl!
Your coold friend from the north :)
Black dress with winding yellow flowers. Cotton/nylon blend. This dress is the most everyday-like and I use it very often. The first dress I made was a brown with a small riding helmet-print. It’s fun to choose the prints, the dresses get all so different expressions :)
I’m about to cut a new bundle of dresses but I will come back to them later here in the blog.
See you soon!
Felt the need for a doll’s dress! The combination with blue sleeves and the blue piece in the neck makes it look a bit like a Dirndl dress. I have a great fondness for all Tyrol! (cuckoo clock makes me weak in the knees) And ” Kitchen” Plaid never feels wrong :)
The belt is held in place by a loop with a flower made out of a vintage plastic jewelry part, a crocheted leaf of wool and a little orange cotton pompom. It works as a little brooch. I wash all the dresses without belts.
Dress with Formula 1 print. 100% cotton. This is my absout favorite! I get a lot of comments from people for the funny print. :)
Detail of the belt buckle, use a punch and eyelets to make the holes.
Detail of the Formula 1 print. This makes me want to draw my own prints again!
Read more about my Summer Dress Galore sewing in this post :)
Me, in the Formula 1-dress, and my girls (in LA Lakers cheerleading outfits :D) overlooking Hollywood and Down Town LA, summer 2010
The polka dotted dress. 100% cotton fabric. I love the little bows so I put them on everything now : )
Belt detail. Vintage belt buckle and I use a punch and eyelets to make durable holes.
Hi! This is me, feeling festive in my Polkadot dress! Image from the premiere listening of the Radio play by The Nobel Prize winner Mario Vargas Illosa ”Aunt Julia and the Author” now in December 2010.
Oh I just love this dress model!!! If you remember I cut up an old dress and I changed the pattern a bit. Did so it has a higher waist and added bows and a belt. This model fits my figure and I just love it! This summer I made a total of five dresses in different fabrics. It’s so interesting to see that even though they are made after the same dress pattern as do the various fabrics that they are completely different in ”feeling”.
I have a large stash of material as you probably know by now :) and have collected lots of belt buckles, buttons, haberdashery, etc. It is always ”in my stash” where I start a project – to be inspired and see what fits together. I combine carefully buckles and fabrics to make it yummy.
Stay tuned! I’m going to post all the dresses one by one with detail photos :)