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Trine has got the material "Eucalyptus Leaves Olive”From ours Aboriginal collection selected and conjured up a wonderful summer dress. Trine is Danish and enjoys a large community that she regularly inspires with her beautiful sewing works. You can find the English article and other great sewing ideas on her blog.

 

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Anke was immediately impressed by the bright blue of the fabric "Sweet Bush Potato Blue”From ours Aboriginal collection enthusiastic. And since spring was already in the air, she sewed an enchanting raglan blouse with the Mia cut. You can find the detailed report on the fabric and cut on her blog.

 

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Lisa was immediately blown away by the lush green and large rapport of the Australian fabric "Women Gathering Water Green". Your fashionable eye knows straight away: this fabric is perfect for a pencil skirt. Combined with an orange top that harmonizes perfectly with the red-brown elements of the fabric, she has created a unique outfit. You can find out the whole story on her blog.

 

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Eliza was one of the first bloggers to work with us. From our range at the time, it got a beautiful red one Fancy print selected and sewn a hair band out of it. It can be worn as a bandana as well as in rockabilly style. But the best thing about it: Eliza shows you with practical video instructions how you can sew the hairband yourself. Particularly suitable for beginners. 

 

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Lisa is in this Blogger's Choice issue on one of our Indian hand block fabrics and conjures up a fantastic blouse in subtle pink. This light top is created from the pattern “Marigold” and is suitable for both spring, summer and autumn.

 

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Jumpsuits are undeniably trendy. They are comfortable, but somehow they are not really practical, woman only thinks about going to the toilet. Lisa solved this problem and made an adorable two-parter out of ours Batik fabric Sewn Kedah, which looks like a jumpsuit.

 

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This time Anke delighted with a pair of drawstring shorts from the Malaysian batik fabrics Penang. If you would like to sew a suitable one-off item for the local summer days or your vacation in the south, you will find it here!

 

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A special piece of fabric and a few seams - a pretty little thing can be created that makes our life more colorful! Ina von Pattydoo conjured up just such a good mood sewing idea for you from the Berlin Colorblind fabric posters: simple fabric baskets as plant pots to beautify the apartment or as a last minute gift idea.

 

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Our good Svenja has sewn a simple but great bag from one of the first collections of our African fabrics from Ghana (fancy prints). As a guest contribution to Kreativlabor Berlin, this has resulted in short and concise instructions that make it especially easy for beginners to sew their first successes in the form of a radiant everyday companion. 

 

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One of the most popular bags from Ina's sewing book "Sew your favorite bags yourself" is the folding hobo bag. In this Blogger's Choice article she introduces the bag's little sister: the "June" shoulder bag. Ina uses one of our hand-woven Nepalese Ethnic fabrics to sew the enlargement of the pocket from it.

 

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We also have Ina from Pattydoo to thank for the first Blogger's Choice article! Ina sewed three bags from the fabrics of our first collection. Two shoppers and this little one. There is even a video tutorial for this on their blog, so be sure to stop by! The pouch can serve as a toilet bag or pencil case, for example.

 

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This edition of Blogger's Choice was also created from the first article by Pattydoo! Ina sewed three bags from the fabrics of our first collection. Two shoppers and a small bag. There is also a video tutorial for the pattern of this shopper on their blog. Although we no longer have the “Indian Dice” fabric in our range, you can use these instructions to sew a unique shopper from any other fabric!

 

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In a slightly modified way to the bag above (12 Indian Dice) Ina also has the third bag from her article “The Art of Africa” with one african fabric sewn by us. The same applies here: Although we no longer have the “Lamborghini Verde” fabric in our range, you can use these instructions for any other fabric to sew a new shopper!

 

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Pleated skirts are a major trend this year that is still not past its zenith. All types of folds play a role: box folds, pleated folds and fork folds, each of which is currently making its mark. In this Blogger's Choice Edition you will find important tips to get one Sew pleated skirtwithout any major hassle. Lisa also tells you three styling tricks so that your pleated skirt doesn't look old-fashioned!

 

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