My Yanta Overalls

I’ve been wanting to make the Yanta Overalls from Helen’s Closet for quite some time now, and I finally managed to make them! I chose a beautiful cotton twill in a petrol blue. There’s something about this color that gives me energy. As for the cotton twill, I wasn’t sure to be honest. My first

sustainable fashion

The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world. From chemicals treatments and greenhouse gases emissions, to the amount of water consumption that it requires. Now more than ever, we need to be very aware of the environmental issues. But even more important than being aware and acknowledge those issues, we


I’m so happy to share with you my first pattern! My idea with this free pattern, is to ask for as many feedback as possible from the community. Like a test sewing pattern! So, feel free to download the pattern, use and abuse it. Hack it all the ways and forms you like. Have fun

Betelgeuse – Sew Along

First of all… Thank you, thank you, thank you for wanting to sew my very first pattern. You may notice (now you’re definitely going to notice) that I used a different pattern. It’s just an older version that I had in paper and instead of wasting paper I just made the necessary changes and reused

I finally made linen pants

I love linen. Who doesn’t, right? I’ve made some linen overalls in the past, and I’ll definitely make more this summer (yes, I’m looking at you Yanta Overalls from Helen’s Closet). I had this denim blue linen in my stash with pants in mind, and when I heard someone saying that you do not want