Thursday, January 13, 2011

Beret finished

I finished the beret, this is a quick project and grateful, perfect to do in down time, (I have many of those). Those five or ten minute wait in the car while my son comes from school, those minutes to wait in the car while the husband down to buy bread on the way home, and so many minutes throughout the day.
                            
 

I was looking in my closet time and combine this cardigan and beret with the rest of my clothes, so I decided that the best was a LBD, easy and convenient. The final touch is put (as always) the accessories, this time I chose ...

A pendant necklace made by me for over two years (I think one like this can be a good gift for the giveaway next month) and a fun  tights full of drawings in the style of the 70s.


Although I placed the origin of the beret pattern here (if you want to try), there were ladies who asked about the cardigan pattern, well .. I did not use any pattern for this, I was measuring just guided me over my body from time to time, but I can provide the stich that I used for this cardigan, I drew a very simple pattern and scanned it, please if you have any question send an email to me and I will try to solve everything you can.
   I wish you happy sewing.

8 comments:

  1. LOVE the beret and matching sweater! That is so great!

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  2. Fabulous beret. I'd love to knit and crochet but sewing will have to be enough for now.

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  3. WOW what a beautiful cardigan and beret...your dress is beautiful too.

    I "love" you accessories...your tights are so nice and unique and you are so creative ~ your necklace is gorgeous :)

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  4. Beautiful beret. Beautiful outfit. Those tights look like so much fun. I've never seen anything like that.

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  5. Your Beret and matching cardigan is so stylish! love it! That is also a beautiful pendent.

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  6. You are so talented! I am constantly amazed by the lovely things you share in your posts.

    I wish some of your talent would rub off on me!
    - Susan

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  7. You are SO talented! Not only do you sew incredible clothes you can also crochet like a goddess without a pattern! I'm stunned :) And I love your tights!

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  8. Super-cute beret - it looks beautifully made and I love that pretty colour!

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