A classic shirt dress – and why I always risk paying for excess baggage

I love shopping for fabric. For me (and if you are a sewer, you know what I mean), it’s like walking into a candy shop. (Granted, many times I get overwhelmed and leave from the most fantastic fabric shop with like a marking pen or something else ridiculously small and readily available everywhere.) I especially like going to fabric shops on vacation. There so much more to explore. (Did you see my post about my indredible luck in Paris a few years ago?) My hometown has fabric shops, yes, but bigger cities have bigger shops. Also, most of the time, they […]

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Honey, it’s Sunday morning – my favourite breakfast recipe

January, the month of new starts and all good intentions, calls for something healthy. A very dear friend of mine gave me a jar of the most delicious honey recently. She in turn had received a large batch of it from a relative in Romania who had brought it to my friend all across Europe. The honey is made by bees who collect pollen solely from linden flowers. The honey tastes like no honey I have ever tried before. The smell is sweet and strong with a hint of rising bread. The taste makes you think of freshly baked baguette. And just pause at […]

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