Thank you! It is really handy for all those exras. :)
A simple quilt design for a sewing machine cover. I used up leftover fabric from other projects to get this project done!
You can find out more information on this project from my blog, "Mistak…
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I created my own Hanbok for my photography thesis project. The photo thesis celebrates my Korean heritage that I grew up never knowing because of my adoption in America.
I created a two piece garment that helped create the "frame’ for my photographic imagery. The blouse is from a simple vintage pattern that called for a zipper in the back that I intentionally left…
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Thank you for your kind words. :D
Thanks. I definitely am. I’m looking into creating cyanotypes on the fabric instead of liquid e…
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I created three pieces using liquid emulsion as my graphic element. Liquid emulsion allows you to place photographic imagery on the fabric in a darkroom. In this case, I used old 35mm negatives t…
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I created my version on the Yin Yang Bag, based from a post on Design *Sponge.
You can find more details and a link to that tutorial on my blog, http://www.mistakesandmalarkey.blogspo…
What a wonderful pattern! Your niece is lucky to have such a talented Aunt. Great job!
Thanks lady, LOOVVE those shorts you made a while back. :)
Thank you, it is such a simple joy, honestly, anyone can give it a whirl. :D
These are awesome!
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This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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