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Learn Japanese Crochet to Make Beautiful Items for Your Loved Ones

When you are having penchant for sewing and crafting, Japanese crochet will definitely seize your attention. If you are thinking that amidst all sorts of craft wonders what this special genre of crafting holds, that even avid crafters are so engrossed with it? 561 more words

Easy Dress Patterns

Varying Kinds of Japanese Clothing Available in Market

When the world is witnessing a revolution in fashion industry Japan is also showing great interest in fashion and clothing market. Although Japan was largely famous for its Kimono but gradually varying clothing types evolved depending upon commercial as well as recreational scenario. 421 more words

Easy Dress Patterns

Stylish Skirts - a review and a skirt (or two)

Last post I mentioned the Japan Sew Along over at Tanoshii which I discovered on Instagram. I’ve got a rather healthy collection of Japanese sewing books, in fact they outnumber all my other sewing books, I haven’t blogged my collection as I like to sew from things from them first – I’m a ‘proof is in the pudding’ girl. 1,061 more words

Sewing Projects

Upcycled romper / Kids Clothes Week feb 2015

So I think it is still Kids Clothes Week. Right? Though I’m not sure what day it is now.

And as I told you in the last post, I made another garment for my daughter, in honor of this KCW’s theme, “upcycled”. 425 more words



I borrowed the world-famous Drape Drape (Vol 2) sewing book from the library last year to check it out.  Sewing bloggers have been going ape-sh*t for this series for years now, and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.   426 more words


Giveaway Winner

Just a short announcement. The winner of the book “Sew Sweet” giveaway is.. Shelley, a.k.a Lightning McStitch!! Congratulation, Shelley! I’ll contact you soon. I totally enjoyed reading all the comments I got. 92 more words


A Book Review and a giveaway

Today, I’m writing a review of this book, “Sew Sweet -Handmade Clothes for Girls” written by Yuki Araki and translated to English. (And as you guess from the title of this post, I have a giveaway so please read through the last of this post!) 507 more words