Here's to the staple dress! I have one more planned, a LBD coming up soon!
Labels: Women: Dresses and Skirts
Not pictured are two small built in closets behind me that hold the rest of my fabric, my craft supplies, my patterns, and kid's craft supplies.
Sunnie. She does amazing watercolors with a folk-tale fantasy vibe. She has these and other prints that you can purchase in her shop. I have The Wolf and the Hare and The White Elk prints. I framed them in white to make them stand out. (I really wish my walls were white or some other color though.) She did not pay me to say this; my opinions are my own.
GRUNDTAL magnetic knife, and I store all my sharp tools out of the reach of small hands. I also hang my safety pins and large pins on the top of my thread rack. Besides hanging all my upcoming projects on the ALGOT stand, I have two crocheted bins that I store other tools out of the kid's way. Down under the serger are two open shelves. For now I'm storing my sewing box, buttons, some snaps, and a bin of elastic. The bottom shelf has to stay somewhat open because Henry uses it as his garage.
Labels: Home Decor
The book was great. There are lots and lots of different styles and different sizes. It's in English, and I love have one book with lots of patterns. I don't mind tracing a pattern and then using it. I liked how the patterns were set up because they are laid out so it would be easy to do different mash ups of the styles. There are some loose pieces and fitted pieces, so there's something for everyone. I would recommend the book for more intermediate sewers because not everything is spelled out in the instructions.made a coat for Henry. I still have five or more yards of it!
Labels: Women: Jackets and Coats
See the diaper cover tutorial after the break.
Labels: Baby Sewing Tutorials
Labels: Women: Shirts and Blouses