Day 7 – Tightening the belt! (A3, B2, C1)

 

Thought I needed a tightening up! So I made a belt. I call it X1 – where the X will represent accessories in this mathematical design project.

That of course will add numerous of new combination possibilities, but I think we’ll choose to ignore that, and stick to the original plan; 30 garments, in three categories, giving 1.000 style combinations. Read more

Day 6 – Doing denim. (A1, B2, C1)

 

I always wanted to make things kind of right. You know, the proper way – effective, resilient and good – even starting from an early age. But back then, it could be difficult to find proper info on how to make things that was just slightly out of the ordinary, growing up in a small Swedish village back in the good old 1970’s. Today, you’d think that finding such information would have become much easier with all the info floating around. But no. Not really. Read more

Day 5 – Adding blue. (A2, B2, C1)

 

Deadlines! Having a slight fever. A bit tired. Lagging behind. Feeling a little blue… what to do?

Maybe if I add one of the other ingredients, the cake will bake much better? If I head over in one of the other categories I could possibly save myself some time due to the combination possibilities? Let’s try that! Read more

Day 4 – Why change? (A4, B1, C1)

 

Sometimes you just want to wear something totally relaxed. Something that looks and feel like that old washed-out t-shirts from back in the days. Right? But maybe just a tad neater, for work or evening meetings? Ta-da! Enter A4! The latest addition to the Thousand Days Of Hope And Glory project! The relaxed t-shirt! Read more

Day 3 – Going deep. (A3, B1, C1)

 

Today the V-neck version of a black t-shirt was added to our Thousand Days Of Hope And Glory project. It’s item no. 5 and it’s named A3. But the choise of neckline’s style isn’t the only thing to be considered when opting for a personalized fit. Let’s dig deep into some of the things to look at and choose between! Read more