02 March 2013


Sorry I’ve been so busy that I haven't posted at all in a long time. I've been studying, working, working, working and working! :D and I hardly had time left to post, but i'll try to find time to write and post some DIY tutorials from now on... I promise! :P Stay tuned!

Love, Sara

15 March 2012

DIY circle skirt tutorial! :) with easy steps!

Materials you'll need:

About 2 yard ( 2 meters) of fabric  (find out your measurements before buying the fabric)
Appx 3/4 yard  (80 cm) of 1-inch (2.5cm) wide elastic.

What fabric you should use?

I used crape (crepe) fabric, but you can use almost any fabric for this type of skirt. The fabric to use depends on how you want the skirt to be, if it’s for summer or spring time you will need a soft lightweight fabric, and if it’s for autumn or winter time you’ll need a heavier fabric (heavy fabrics will make more drapes to your skirt than lighter weight fabrics, these ones will make your skirt look more bouncy).

Let’s get started…

OK, before making the pattern you have to know the measurements of your waist or your upper hips depending where you want to place the skirt and the length of the skirt!

To make the pattern you’ll have to draw two circles, the inner circle, radius = 1/6 of your waist or upper hips measure. And the outer circle, radius = the length of the skirt. Make sure to add  a hemline border on both circles appx 0.2 inches (0.50 cm) each one.

Time to cut…  Once you have the pattern drawn, cut it and place it on the fabric (folded in half), draw the borders of the pattern on the fabric and then cut the fabric along the lines. When you open up the fabric it will look like a donut shape! 

When you are done with the cutting sew the elastic waistband to the inner circle. 

Sew the outer circle with a serger or a zig zag stitch to finish it, and finally fold it and sew though the hemline. 

It will look like this:

And... voilá!!! you are ready to spin!! :)

Have fun sewing! :) 

Love, Sara

30 August 2011

DIY Jewelry tree!

It's super easy to do!!   All you have to do is to cut a dead branch of a hedge, choose your favourite color to paint it, and let it dry a day. When it's dry you just have to put it in a flowerpot or stand and then it will be ready to hang your most beautiful jewelry! :)


I filled the flowerpot with white decorative sand!

   Have fun crafting! ;)

Love, Sara