Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Tova Top












Love at first sight. That's right. A pattern by WIKSTEN. 






This pattern is for intermediate sewing skills. My first time sewing a blouse with an existing pattern. I usually draft blouse pattern myself. See these links here. Lacey Bib Blouse, Buttoned Bib Blouse, and Blouse Muslimah. You can also view all my self-drafted blouse pattern posts under Blouse/Tops/Tunic Label.

The pattern are pretty much the same. However, that collar look soo yummy, and I have never made that before. So I gave it a try. The advantage, I can learn new skills, AND honing them. Yeay!! I only adjusted the pattern size a bit to better fit me.

My kinda top. Loose and comfy, yet stylish. My favorite. 








Monday, August 24, 2015

::Tempahan Raya 2015:: Kurung Moden Eyelash Lace

Assalammualaikum.

Raya tahun ni tak sangka boleh ambil tempahan menjahit dengan baby 9 bulan. Sebenarnya aku tiada perancangan untuk mengambil tempahan, takut tak termampu untuk menyiapkan. Tapi alhamdulillah, mungkin rezeki anak, boleh juga ku menyiapkan tempahan tertunggak tahun lepas dan tempahan untuk raya tahun ni. Paling laju merempit pada bulan Ramadhan, menjahit pada waktu malam dan selepas sahur. Tempahan kali ni pun daripada kawan pejabat saja.

Ni nak cerita design baju yang ditempah kawanku, Kurung Moden Eyelash Lace namanya haa.... Dia mau begitu-begini, aku pun ikut saja lah. Turn out cantik sangat la pulak. Lace tu dia beli online. Nantilah kot aku beli buat sedondon dengan anak.




Monday, August 17, 2015

My Lovely Skirt Bag

I just remember that I haven't blog about this bag. My favorite, so far. Beautiful AND large. Finished dimension of this bag is 11" height, 14" wide and 6" deep.This pattern is michellepatterns. Brilliant.

I use this beautiful roses-printed denim I bought at Kamdar Jalan TAR. Lovely, isn't it? I made this bag for a very special occasion, to welcome our beautiful daughter, Nur Hidayah. She was born on October 2014, and I finished this bag on September. Perfect timing.

Instead of shopping for a new diaper bag, I decided to try out this 4-Pocket Skirt Bag pattern because it looks funky yet girly. I also love the single and adjustable long strap, totally fuss-free, especially while holding a baby . I made some upgrade from the original pattern by adding zipper to the main entrance, adding another zipped pocket at the back, because every bag HAS to have one, and another open pocket inside for my tab. So overall, I made a 6-Pocket Skirt Bag. That, my friend, is the beauty of making your own bag. You can custom it to cater YOUR need and taste.


She's a looker, ain't she?
The side pockets really add character to it

The boss that keep everything inside, especially if Mommy is running, or multitasking, or flipping upside down...
ROOOOMYYYY, and 3 open pockets for smaller stuff, whatever that is...

A must-have feature for safety precaution. I love to put some money and coins in here so I don't have to take out my wallet. Fuss free.  

The only thing I want to add to this lovely bag is an elastic band to hold a thermos and water bottles.






Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Hilang Entah Ke Mana

Entahlah.

Ke mana menghilang semua MASA ku?
Terasa terkejar-kejar setiap hari, kerja, kerja, kerja.
Tiada masa untuk berehat pun.
Tahu-tahu, sampai sudah ke pertengahan TAHUN 2015!!!

Inilah post pertamaku untuk tahun ini.
So sad....

Haissssh......

Ku ingin kembali aktif, dengan hobiku, dengan blog ku.

InsyaAllah.

Mohon dulu kepada Allah SWT.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Elephant Softie



Assalamualaikum.

Softie lah pulak.... Heee... 

This pattern is Elephant Softies: Tilly & Tommy. I made this for my cute 2 year old nephew, Hakim. Of course he was excited, but after a minute, he tossed it away like a toy. But I'm happy to make this cute stuff. Will make some more, if I have the TIME.

Bought the pattern from www.retromama.etsy.com. Go try.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Boxy Zipper Pouch

Assalamualaikum.

May is my bestie's birthday. So I made her an embroidered Boxy Zipper Pouch. The original pattern is from Double Zipper Pouch, but I was not ready to do a double. Better practice on a single zipper first. This pattern looks so simple, but the hardest I've ever tried. And to my surprise, it became my favorite.





This was my first attempt. A christmas gift for my friend who's celebrating Christmas last year. Ugly. But it's the thought that count, right? :)




The second one, I couldn't be more proud of my self. It still hard, but the outcome is amazing, at least to me.




Will make more of these. If interested, do email me ya! :) Personalised embroidery pun boleh.



Sunday, April 20, 2014

Necessary Clutch Wallet


Assalamualaikum and good day everybody!!

I am feeling happy today, for I had finished the most complicated, hard, and yet cute, pretty, beautiful and functional wallet I've ever worked on. (Not that I had worked on many)

I bought this EmmalineBags Pattern some time ago, and very enthusiastic at first. Upon reading the instruction, halfway, I got lost. So there you go up on the shelf. This was about 2 months ago.

Yesterday, while I was working on a customer's order, Aiman pointed at the unfinished wallet, and say, "Kakak, why don't you finish it?" 

I was like, OK. lets just finish it tonight.

And Alhamdullillah. I managed.

And sooo happy with the outcome.

But, pictures below is how it supposed to look like.
  


I just omitted the flap details and the twist lock. The inside, I followed every instruction.


I gotta say that this wallet is roomy, as you can see. 12 card slots, 2 cash slots, 1 zipped compartment, and 3 more spaces for everything!! Hence, the NECESSARY Clutch Wallet. Oh, and it can also fit a Samsung Galaxy Note 3! I've tested it. How convenient, right??


As you can see also, it can also fit 2 normal size handphones! Ok, terlebih sudah......


This wallet is for my personal use. I'll be making several of this for ready stock sometime later.


Look at you, standing pretty over there.  ^_^ 



Bye.
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