Author Archives: kraftoosia

Baby Gown – Another Way To Repurpose A T-Shirt

I found another way of recycling or repurposing old T-shirts through this website. It is a really great and cute idea that allows you to use T-shirts you might not want to transform into corsets. You can find the tutorial … Continue reading

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One Day Quilt

I made a quilt yesterday! OK, before you think I’m mad, I have to explain that I already had the squares ready (I got them from my Mother-In-Law). I also tied the layers instead of hand- or machine-quilting them. I’ve … Continue reading

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My First Alabama Chanin Corset

I finally did it! I made a corset out of an old T-shirt Alabama Chanin style! Yesterday I copied and cut out the patterns and today I cut the fabric (I de-constructed the T-shirt awhile ago though) and sewed everything … Continue reading

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Real Italian Bar in Krakow!

It is very difficult to start blogging after a break, but here I am and I have some great news. While on vacation in Krakow, some friends took us to a real Italian coffee bar! We were sooo happy, because … Continue reading

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Trip To Florence

Last week I went to Florence with my husband and his family. It was my second trip to Florence… …but I was so happy to be able to see all this beauty again! They have an abundance of awesome statues … Continue reading

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Vader Bag

It is now a tradition for me to sew something for my husband before he goes to one of his exhibitions, and I don’t only mean instrument bags. The other day I bought a pair of Star Wars jeans for … Continue reading

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My Birthday

Today is my birthday and a few friends were kind enough to visit me. I decided to prepare an easier and lighter version of tiramisu, because this is a dessert that Italians (at least in Rome) typically prepare for their … Continue reading

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