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by Camilla Engström on 13 March, 2015

It’s Friday, the sun is shining and I just made myself a delicious cup of coffee. I just wanted to pop in and say Hi and also share some images of my current project: a new shirt! It’s an old men’s shirt that I’m changing the fit on to make it more flowy and feminine. […]

It’s Friday, the sun is shining and I just made myself a delicious cup of coffee.
I just wanted to pop in and say Hi and also share some images of my current project: a new shirt! It’s an old men’s shirt that I’m changing the fit on to make it more flowy and feminine. I’ll show you more pictures once I finish.

What about you guys? Are you working on any DIY projects this weekend?
Tag me on instagram: camillamengengstrom or leave a comment here.
I would love to see!

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My very first shirt. Finished it during a trip to Tulum this year. It was a lovely project. Now it will be shipped to a person I admire a lot.

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Family of new drawings. As soon as I take the time to scan them they will be available on my website hus-hus.com

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My motto: Always add a bit (or if you’re me: a lot!) of humor to your work.


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