This year I participated for the first time in Me-Made May, a challenge that consists in wearing something handmade (sewed, knitted, etc.) each day during the whole month of May. The goal is to encourage people to wear, appreciate, evaluate these garments, and maybe learn some lessons on what works as part of a coherent wardrobe and what doesn’t. As I really enjoyed participating, I figured I might share my impressions here. After the break: some pie charts and an animated gif!
Welcome to my shiny new internet corner!
I’ve been blogging in French for a few years now, and as I am in the process of moving from France to the United States, I figured it would be a good time to start writing in English too.
Let me introduce myself: I’m Camille, I’ll be 26 in a few days, and I like making pretty dresses. If you are familiar with the wonderful patterns from Deer&Doe, you might have seen my face before, as I was lucky enough to be modeling for Eléonore for a little more than a year now.
I have made a number of projects already: you can find them in the “Sewing” and “Knitting” sections of the menu. However, the corresponding posts are in French. If you’re feeling brave enough, you can click on “Lire en Français” on the right to check them out. I’ll be trying to translate some of them little by little but please bear with me because it takes a lot of time.
I’m really excited about this new adventure, and I hope you’ll like it here!
Well, no, I actually made a lot more things than this… but those haven’t been translated from French! So go ahead and click “Lire en Français” on the right if you want to see more dresses 🙂