Monday, September 17, 2012

One piece of fabric, three projects.


Hello, happy Monday! :) Last month when my awesome blogger friends came to visit me, we spent lots of time in Berlin (here you can see some photos). One day, we were shopping at a second hand department store and found 6 meter of awesome vontage fabric. Laura of Tagträumerin, Stefanie of Squeaky Swing and I decided to buy it together and each one of us kept 2 meters. We wanted to work on a project together and had the idea that we all could sew something different with using the same fabric. :) So this is what we did. I love projects together with other creative people whose skills and style I admire, so I was so happy when we developed this idea and started planning our little project. :)

Photo taken by Stef of Magnoliaelectric (thank you again! :))

We thought about possible things to make and each of us decided for another sewing project. This week, we are all going to share what we made of this super pretty vintage fabric and each day one of us will post her own project on her blog. :) So keep your eyes open so see what we made of it! :)
Lu

10 comments:

  1. Superschöner Stoff und eine echt tolle Idee! Bin gespannt was ihr alle damit gezaubert habt :)

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  2. Ich bin Zoo gespannt was ihr daraus zaubern werdet, der Stoff ist schon mal wundervoll!

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  3. What a brilliant idea! Looking forward to seeing what you all make.....
    Carly
    x

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  4. Ich bin gespannt wie ein Regenbogen - eine wirklich süße Idee! Ich könnte mir auch ein Kleidchen daraus vorstellen und dazu einen kleine, dünnen Ledergürtel. Aber dafür ist bestimmt schon zu kalt. :-( Liebste Grüßlis, Vivi :-*

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    1. Ähm, nicht Regenbogen - Regeschirm natürlich. Haha! :-)

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