Welcome to day 2 of Sewing for Kindergarten.
My first guest is sweet Saskia from the Netherlands who blogs at Vera Luna.
Her style is very practical yet cool which is an aesthetic that I appreciate very much. Her clothes always has lots of great details and I can't wait to have a closer look of what she has made for her son.
I think you can see from the teaser pic what I'm talking about.
Please go visit her blog HERE to see her post.
Thank you Saskia!
My second guest is my good friend Marta, living in sunny Portugal and blogging at DoGuincho. She works as an architect and her style is impeccable. Like somehow she always manages to add some sort of detail to the clothes or choose a certain type of fabric that is just the perfect touch.
Marta is actually participating in this series with a bit of a compensation because her daughter started the Portuguese equivalent to Kindergarten last year but since this is her youngest daughter and therefor last chance to participate, I had no doubt that she needed an invitation for sure.
And I think you will agree when you see below that she belongs to this series.
Gosh, I can't wait any longer...jump over and see her post HERE.
Thank you Marta!