1950s

Green tea, a new dress

By on April 7, 2014

I’ve wanted a green dress, to fell better after this rainy winter…

I’ve found the fabric last summer with no idea… then I’ve found in my “atelier” a pattern that I’d forgot…

 

A Vogue model : 8789

I’m very happy to wear it because it’s really a pleasure, it’s fit well and I’ve no problem with the V neck in front and back.

 

I’d a lot of chance with the weather …

 

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1960s

A travel in 60s for a little coat

By on February 11, 2014

Or Paletot, this is the name of this little coat in French.

I was looking for a pattern for a coat to wear with trousers and dungarees. After some research in my collection, I found this one in a Burda magazine (2010-10)

The wool tartan was waiting for a project !

And now, I wear it all days…

When Ink and me walk together

 

 

 

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Dresses

Peony, my favorite flower

By on October 2, 2013

this is my second colette’s dress, and I’m so happy.

A challenge with another french seamstress Cafekam

We were twins for a little moment…

My version is the Little Black Dress

 

 

I think now, it’s my favorite one !

and my baby boston thinks it too !

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1950s

1957 a red blouse…

By on October 1, 2013

My favorite little book, my Lutterloh 1957…

 

I’ve found a little blouse, n°87, and I’ve falled in love…

Red for my favorite color

Tartan for my origins

Coton for the summer’s end

 

 

And my Baby Boston to walk with me

 

 

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Vintage Sewing

Jeanne or jane, its name

By on September 29, 2013

knitting what another exciting hobby…
yes, but sometimes it’s difficult !
No this time, no, for me, the frenchy, I’ve found a book which was translated in my language !!!
“tricots vintage” from Madeline Weston and Rita Taylor

this model is Jeanne, it comes from an 50’s original pull over…

I wanted the sunshine always… on my skin !

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