Nov 15, 2013


Tonight I knit these Otamas after Miyu fell asleep.
They are so sweet (* v *)!!!!
Several years ago, the writer of the book had a web site on which I could find the chart of Otama. When I wanted to knit them again, I found the site had gone already.

Fortunately I found the book in the library yesterday.

Miyu will like them because she likes tadpoles very much.
 I'd like to knit them more and make Miyu laugh (* v *)!!!!

Nov 14, 2013

How to make a Yo-Yo bracelet

I like knit fabric sewing lately.

So I made some Yo-Yos using my favorite knit fabrics.

It's very easy to sew and needs little piece of fabrics. I'd like to show you how I made it.

First I cut 3-inch diameter circles. I need 4 Yo-Yos for a bracelet.

Then I made Yo-Yos with them and put my favorite buttons on them.

I made a patchwork cord on which I put Yo-Yos.

And I put a button on the end of the cord and made a loop on the other end.

That's all!
The gray fabric is sweat and the other one is Jacquard knit.
I also made my neck warmer, my husband's and Miyu's with the sweat fabric(* v *).
They make us very warm in this cold house.

Have a good day!!!!

Nov 5, 2013


Last night I made Miyu a pair of new leggings.
It's from a Japanese pattern book.

Mainichi kiru onnanoko fuku

It has lots of cute patterns for girls.
It took only an hour for me to sew it. It's quite simple and good pattern.

She likes my handmade clothings and often asks me to sew her ones.

For Halloween, I made her a cape.
Her request was the "3", because she's three years old.
She is so comfortable in it and wears it almost everyday with a small ghost brooch (* v *).

At a Halloween party, she put it and a cap (I put a face of her favorite Jack-o'-Lantern).
She walked around and got lots of candies.

We enjoyed Halloween very much this year.
When I was a girl, the event isn't so popular in Japan and I didn't know it.
Now, it's very popular and we could enjoy some events. So Miyu could get lots of candies (* v *).