Intense writing on my exemption assignment this weekend wich results in big time lazy-comfy-outfit-disaster and a body as dead and tired and wobbly as a jellyfish.My spine feels like boiled spagetti (but my will is like….raw spaghetti…?) Anyway, I am almost done now and i can hear my parents snoring downstairs so I should probably go to bed now. Starting on a new project at school tomrrow that I should be fresh and prepared for (not gonna happen). All this will be finished and delivered on wednesday evening. Finished, f****** finished, and I will be a normal person again until the entrance examination, but there is yet some time again.
Almost forgot that I have this supercomfycozy poncho/hoodie :)
I was terribly busy a weekend some weeks ago so of cause I was very effective and did a lot of tings that I
had to do did not need to do.
I made this little sack dress out of an old Bruce Lee wall decoration banner. I bought it a long time ago with the intention to wear it like a scarf with a sense of irony, but i never really felt like it. It was kind of a quick buy, and at first I actually thought that it was a picture of Jackie Chan (that I am secretly a HUUUGE fan of).
The dress is really simple and easy to make. You just fold it on the middle, and cut it down to where you want the armhole to start and sew it up to the similar spot on the other side. Put it on and put needles in it where you want the shoulders to be. You can choose too sew it all the way from the neckline to the corner of your fabric/scarf/silly banner, or you can sew just a few centimeters together and leave the “sleeve” open like i did. Make sure to measure the shoulder points so that they are symmetrical. Remember to overlock or sew in all raw edges if your fabric needs it.
Depending on the drop of the fabric and your taste in styling the dress might need a ribbon or belt in the waist.
I am really satisfied with the result. Most people don’t realize what the motive is showing but just compliments it as being pretty and elegant. I have this weird and funny feeling every time i wear it because I know this funny little secret about the dress’ true identity.
I totally love how you can transform something so tacky and kitschy into something beautiful.
It is the Danish carnival today, and I am just home in my old homemade fairy costume. I can’t go anywhere because I must make that exemption application for the Danish School of Art and Design.
Building the penrose stairs and triangle with lego and paper. A try to bring other/extra dimensions into the computer game concept i made in the Night Project/training for the entrance examination for the Royal Danish School of Design.
If you follow me, you have to be prepared for my style to change every few days. Just keep following. I’ll get back to whichever one you followed me for eventually.
Im’ with you gurl!
Pictures from the Night project/training for the entrance examination for the Royal Danish School of Design.
Currently attending a course in machine knitting at my school
Not really anything-kei just me.