Sew Japan with Mie for August is a linen and eyelet jumper.
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Here is what I sewed for me in April for Project Sew It, a skirt and top from some of my favourite Japanese pattern books.
Sew Japan with Mie - March 2016 edition.
It's the second month of Sew Japan with Mie. We hope to see your creations in the link party and giveaway.
Sew one project a month and share it with #projectsewit or on the Facebook group. Here is my first project of the year.
Every month Mie from Sewing Like Mad will be sharing a creations made from one of her favourite Japanese books. For January she made her daughter the cutest outfit. Come join the fun and add your Japanese creations to the sewalong!
In honor of BLACK FRIDAY you can get 30% on both vol.1 & vol.2 with coupon THANKYOU. Hurry the sale ends Monday.
Here we are testing the bag out!
The amazing fabric is available at Miss Matatabi's Etsy Shop- her international rates are awesome, her service impeccable and selection to die for, I have ordered from there a couple of times and will keep on shopping there. Check out the double gauze here and the Pocho Canvas here, note there might be some variations in color also if the item is sold out it will most probably be back in stock real quick.
The best part of making a mother-daughter outfit, is that I get some fun photos with my daughter. I need to work on a mother-son outfit next! I really need to thank my husband for these awesome shots.
Shoes hers & mine: Zara
Cat bag: Muchacha ( special Milk Magazine Anniversary Edition)
Now you are going to want to check out what everyone else is up to this month and if you are sewing with some nani IRO don't forget to tag your photos with #ilovenaniiro so we can all follow along. Thank you Frances for inviting me to the tour.
They are from one of my many Japanese Sewing Books for kids. I just love the fit and cut. They are baggy and big at the waist, MisseE can stick her hands in there- that is just how loose they are. They hold up with some suspenders which I already had and didn't have to sew.
You can find the book here for purchase and read this lovely review here, the book is called おしゃれが好きな女の子の服 in case you want to google it, which apparently means Fashionable Girls clothes. If you are interested in knowing more about Japanese Books, then I strongly suggest you have a look around the Japanese Sewing Books blog- it is wonderful.
How was you week of KCW?