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#MeMadeMade 2017 - Week One Wrap Up -

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Pois que estamos novamente em Maio. E este é o mês em que somos desafiadas a usar as coisas que costurámos para nós. Já falei mais sobre isso o ano passado, e AQUI fica o link para quem não sabe de quê falo e possa querer ficar a saber mais. Mas este ano fui ainda mais longe, e aceitei o desafio paralelo que a Jen do blog A Jennuine Life lançou. Não só me propus a vestir roupa feita por mim durante todo o mês, como pretendo vestir os miúdos com peças feitas à mão todos os dias do mês, ou pelo menos tentar. No que a eles diz respeito optei por vestir os dois ou apenas um, como tiver que ser, o que já acontece durante o resto do ano também. 

So it is May again. This means it is the month we are challenged to wear our handmades everyday. I talked about this last year, so if you have no clue and feel curious, read about it all HERE. This year I took it further though, and accepted the challenge from Jen over A Jennuine Life. Not only will I wear my handmades, my kids will wear theirs too every single day this month - or at least try. When it comes to them I chose to wear one of them or both, depending on how things go, just like it's happening the rest of the year. 

E então, como me tenho portado este ano? Até aqui tudo a correr muito bem. Consegui vestir uma peça minha - pelo menos - todos os dias desde que começou o desafio. E aos miúdos também. Comecemos por mim. 

So, how's it going? So far so good. I was able to use - at least - one handmade piece daily since day 1. And so have the kids. Let's start with me. 

Dia 1 / Day 1
Lisbon Cardigan (Itch to Stitch) AQUI / HERE
Pencil Button Up Skirt - Testei o molde o ano passado e nunca cheguei a publicar no blog / Tested the pattern last year but haven't blogged it yet

Dia2 / Day 2
M is for Moto Joggers #2 (Thread Faction) - não cheguei a publicar sobre este segundo par no blog / I haven't blogged about this second pair yet

Dia 3 / Day 3
Women’s California Dresses & Peplum Top (EYMM) AQUI / HERE

Dia 4 / Day 4
Umas calças transformadas em saia que nunca partilhei no blog / Refashioned pants turned into skirt, never posted on the blog

Dia 5 
Bonn Shirt  (Itch to Stitch) AQUI / HERE

Dia 6 
Hemlock Tee (Grainline Studio) AQUI / HERE

Dia 7
M is for Moto Joggers #1 (Thred Faction) AQUI / HERE

Dia 8
Blusa molde BurdaStyle 12/2015 AQUI / HERE BurdaStyle 12/2015 shirt


Quanto aos miúdos...
As for the kids... 

Dia 1 (Ela) / Day 1 (She) 
Gabriella Winter Coat (Bella Sunshine Designs) AQUI / HERE

Dia 2 (Ela) / Day 2 (She)
Spring Showers Jacket (E&E Patterns) AQUI / HERE

Dia 3 (Ele) / Day 3 (He)
Rowan Tee (Titchy Threads) AQUI / HERE

Dia 4 (Ela)  / Day 4 (She)
Luis & Joana Hoodie (Suco by Susana) AQUI / HERE
Sunday Joggers (Suco by Susana) em breve será publicado mais no blog / will be posted on the blog soon

Dia 5 (Ambos) / Day 5 (Both)
Basic Leggings (Serger Pepper) AQUI / HERE 
Sunday Joggers (Suco by Susana) em breve será publicado mais no blog / will be posted on the blog soon

Dia 6 (Ela) / Day 6 (She)
Saia inspirada na Minnie, nunca publicada no blog / Minnie inspired skirt, never posted on the blog

Dia 7 (Ele) / Day 7 (He)
Calças Rocking da Ottobre 1/2015 AQUI * na foto do meu resumo, onde estamos ambos na praia / on my wrap up photo, where the two of us show

Dia 8 (Ele) / Day 8 (He) 
Leggings recicladas AQUI / HERE /refashioned leggings

Espero continuar a portar-me tão bem durante o resto do mês. E vocês por ai? Também estão a participar? É a  primeira vez? Não é? Contem-me tudo!

I hope I keep going this good for the rest of the month. What about you? Are you playing along as well? Is it your first time? Is it not? Tell me all about it!

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