I had totally forgotten to show you the items worn by the one person who I consider to be the coolest (clothwise) in the house.
It is the master of leggings and slim fit trousers.
pattern: Leggings Lilly by pattydoo, fabric: Lillestoff (Glueckspaket)
pattern: Canelita by bienvenido colorido, fabric: freezing penguins by Lillestoff
I so wanted to buy this fabric but decided not to as the little one really did not need anything. And then the 6-year-old chose this particular fabric out of a million fabrics online for his new trousers! What good taste.
Not sure, if you can actually recognise it but this time I even made pockets at the back.
The girl has grown, too, so here are her trousers.
pattern: Canelita by bienvenido colorido, fabric: Rebekah by Lillestoff
And last but not least, I made another attempt in being cool by upcycling the carneval costume. She was dressed as a witch and we made a black dress for this purpose, already knowing that it would be altered afterwards.
pattern: Raglankleid by klimperklein, fabric: black sweat, purchased at biostoffe.at
I cut the fringe, made an normal hem, pink cuffs and ironed on some stars that I had cut out of plot foil to add some colour to the plain bl.. bl… it is really hard for me to say that…. black dress.
To be honest, I don’t think it is cool at all but what do I know! (Nothing, in case you were wondering)
That’s if for now, it looks like Me Made May is around the corner, so I quickly need to get ready and jump on board in an other post.