Sneak Peek

Can you guess what this is? It's a project I've been working on, hopefully the full post will be put up in the next week or so after I organise the shoot with my model. Check back soon for the complete tutorial and pictures!

Also, I'd like to thank Sondra of for linking my loose t-shirt tutorial on her site! She finds new tutorials online everyday and shares her finds. You can visit her site here

Thank you Miss W!

Source unknown. Thank you Miss W for following! :)


My brother, also an ex-exchange student, made this poster to support the survivors of the crisis in Japan.

"Hi guys. If you're wondering which NGO you should send your love to (in the form of money) to help them help earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan I suggest or I wouldn't normally endorse big organisations as at times the bits they take out of donations are exorbitant but in catastrophes like this they are the ones with the most valuable contacts and in this instance Red Cross was the first major aid organisation on the ground to begin relief efforts. I just made this poster as incentive for you guys to donate. The slogan in Japanese is read as "nebare, kibare, ganbare", something we always chanted at sport events to encourage players to keep the fighting spirit. The Glico running man is an icon of Japan. Please keep the Japanese in Tohoku in your prayers and God Bless. (p.s. Lady Gaga is selling rubber wristbands with the money going to help with the crisis. How's that for value for money hah. )"

Thank you Shen!

Thank you so much Shen for following! :)

Tutorial: Make a Loose T-Shirt

830 Sign Spring 2011 via Fashion Gone Rogue

Apologies for the delay on the first of my promised mini-tutes! Summer seemed to pass by with just only a few warm days! Global warming's a sad occurrence.

Another thing that's sad is the recent natural disaster in Japan. This country is especially dear to me as I lived there for a year on exchange during my high school days. Last night I called my host family,  they live in Osaka so they were fine, although my father was in Tokyo at the time and the phone service was cut for following the quake, which made for a few shocking hours for my family. I'm not sure if anything I say may provide comfort, but I am so sorry Japan... I can't imagine how reminiscent the resulting nuclear accidents are of Nagasaki and Hiroshima.

Oh! By the way, if you are feeling charitable why not make this simple t-shirt and send it over to Japan?

Here's a tutorial for making a loose t-shirt. First, we'll make the pattern for the t-shirt. Then we'll put the pattern to cloth to cut and sew the t-shirt.