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#MeMadeMade 2017 - Week Three Wrap Up -

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Continuo a portar-me muito bem, no que a mim me diz respeito. Até aqui, estou a conseguir cumprir com aquilo que me desafiei a fazer. Uma peça diferente, costurada por mim, a cada dia, e sem repetir. Agora começa a apertar e a ficar mais difícil porque noto que já usei a maior parte das peças que mais utilizo no meu dia a dia. Fiz muita mais roupa do que a que ainda tenho, e o que me sobra são peças que visto muito ocasionalmente. Vamos ver se ainda faço mais algumas ou se me desenrasco por mais 11 dias sem repetições com o que já tenho. Será? 

I'm still going good when it comes to myself. So far, I have been keeping my own goals. One handmade piece daily, no repeats. It starts to get harder now because I seem to have used most of the pieces I wear on a daily basis already. I made much more clothes than those I own right now, and the ones I still got left I use very seldom. Let's see if I get to sew some new ones, or if I can get away with the ones I already have for another no repeat 11 days. Will I? 

Dia 15 / Day 15 
Everyday Tank Top (Serger Pepper) AQUI / HERE 

Dia 16 / Day 16 
Fenix Romper (Cali Faye) este foi o primeiro durante o teste e ainda não publiquei, mas podem ler mais sobre o molde / This is my first one during the testing and I haven't posted so far, you can read about the pattern though AQUI / HERE

Dia 17 / Day 17 
Túnica desenhada por mim / Self drafted blouse AQUI / HERE

Dia 18 / Day 18 
Vestido da Burda Style 05/2016 acabado no prórprio dia e por isso ainda não publiquei / Dress from Burda Style 05/2016 I finished this exact day and haven't posted yet

Dia 19 / Day 19 
Chi Town Chinos (Alina Design Co) ainda por publicar / Yet to post 

Dia 20 / Day 20 
Delilah Top (Golden Rippy) Transformado em vestido / Hacked into a dress AQUI / HERE

Não posso dizer o mesmo dos miúdos. O pequenino até vestiu algumas peças esta semana, mas repetidas, por isso nem tirei foto, e ela, coitada, esteve de quarentena, pela varicela, em casa. Saiu na quarta feira e mesmo assim só para ficar no carro. Nem lhe cheguei a tirar foto, só mesmo ao vestido, despido e abandonado pelo quarto. Na sexta ficou com o pai e escolheu ela mesma um vestido feito por mim - que orgulho!

I can't tell the same about the kids. The youngest did wear a few handmades but they were repeats so I didn't even bother to take a photo of. As for her, she's been staying home on quarantine, for her chickenpox. She left the house on wednesday just to stay in the car. I didn't even manage to take a pic of her, only of the dress undressed and abandoned in her room. On friday she stayed with dad and chose by herself a mommy made - I was so proud!

Dia 17 / Day 17 
Lilac Dress (Petitboo) AQUI / HERE

Dia 19/Day 19 
Dahlia Top (Golden Rippy) AQUI / HERE


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