I think that bit of seamstresses had to miss this challenge on the canvas in view of the popularity that he has caused…

Ocol's blog CLOPIANO offers to embark on the realization of a wardrobe reflected repeatedly to promote exchanges and emulations…

It proposes to organize as…

Choose 12 bosses, in every category of clothing

1 high (string and frame) / 1 upper (jersey) / 1 dress / 1 pants / 1 short / 1 skirt / 1 shirt / 1 combination / 1 coat / 1 jacket / 1 night clothing / 1 swimsuit

Submit its selection of bosses in the first week of the month of January 2017 (optional)

Make sewn clothing the last day of the month on his blog or on social networks with dedicated hashtag.

As I said in my review of 2016, participate in challenges motivate me well and deadlines allow me not to lose my rhythm of sewing (all knowing that I don't get any pressure and that this remains my valve and just for fun!).

I participated a great pleasure and reveals my nominated… a lot of burda, having returned to my collection of magazines for a few months I do not scatter me and continues to exploit my chips…

I do not what boss I'll sew what month… I keep this freedom to not feel too closed and be able to change my mind if the want sing me!


1 high (string and frame)

model 109, burda November 2016.

 I like to wear on a daily basis from the large coats on jeans… don't me find the fabric!

1 upper (jersey)

boss 129, burda may 2014.

 There are a lot of models in jersey that tempts me but this one I particularly like his neck "knot"… the fabric is to buy, I don't have too many beautiful jersey in stock…

1 dress

boss 124, burda may 2013.

 Ah the dresses, it's the same… many models try me including independent patterns… I think that there will be more than a dress sewn this year… This one I noticed at the time of its release and when I fell on it makes me tilt… and I'm certainly going to sew for my birthday… I have a beautiful flowery black fabric that will eventually agree…

1 pair of pants

model 129, burda of February 2014

 I only have one pants fly to my belt, otherwise some of them with zipper on the side… so it's a real challenge for me to sew pants at my waist and flattering… precisely this I find it not bad at all and comfortable of addition because burda recommends a fabric with spandex (should I buy, having nothing of this kind in stock…).

1 shorts

short scarlet, magazine House victor.

The shorts I wear only during my summer vacation… I really want to try this model which has a heavy-duty with buttonholes…

1 skirt

model 128, burda of June 2007.

 I remain faithful to burda which is full of cool models… this skirt, I see it in wax for this summer, here…

1 shirt

Boss sweet clover of deer and doe.

.a boss last year already made in short sleeves… I see this one in black crepe and long-sleeved…

1 combination

boss "josie", magazine House victor.

Well I never realized combination and I don't have any in my closet… I can see this version in a fluid fabric beautiful…

1 coat

the last magazine victor House coat.

Sew a coat that's the big unknown for me… I stumbled upon this model in the last House victor, simple lines and a small cot oversize which pleases me well… I never realized as technical part and still less a lining, a challenge waiting for me…

1 jacket

boss 115, burda of March 2012.

Another big challenge, also sew me a jacket for the first time… and to get picked pretty perfecto with cuts princesses…

1 night garment

Models of the burda of December 2006.

 a large gap in my closet, I drag myself old stuff for too long… and yet once there are many choices in the burdas… nothing that in this issue I have the choice between the babydoll, the small hidden heart to warm up or true pyjamas with small collar and the whole shebang…

1 swimsuit

Big challenge also because I have never sewn swimsuit… and here the last of Closet box Patterns makes me serious eye so I think I'll go buy it and go! I knew I wasn't the only one to have chosen him, I hope to find help on the complicated technical points…


Here's the program as they say… and now there's more that to?