I have some knitting needles on my list.
How flattering! Thank you.
The basic image come off from the internet. I cannnot claim it.
Shirt no.4 in 2014 is going to be a cicada.
Alabama Chanin inspired reverse applique bug t-shirt.
I painted the edges with silver acrylic paint.
I turned a softie into a pencil case!
The original pattern came from Yamamura Gallery
More about the pencil case on this blog page…
I’ve always liked the twenties flapper look.
I’m new to quilting, and have only made small ones to donate to hospitals to give to newborns. B…
I’ve only stitched my son’s name onto his clothing. Not really embroidery.
I wish we had a spe…
I make bookmarks.
I fuse two fabrics together, then cut it into shapes like flowers or leaves. …
my recent craze started with wanting to make a purse.
a pencil case in the shape of a rhinoceros.
Yes, girls have all the fun. But boys do enjoy dressing nice too.
Blazer/sports jacket in medium gray corduroy. Lining is cotton spiderman fabric.
Dear son is so excited that he now has a ‘fancy’ jacket.
Setting in the sleeve was difficult, and I couldn’…
I’m always interested in boy’s clothing, going into the teens.
Rider Man is a Japanese hero (no, not super) from the 70’s.
I used acrylic paint for all colors. Including painting his rubber boots silver.
The helmet was papier-mch over his Karate helm…
It’s a ‘you won’t find what you want, but you never know what you’ll find’ type of place. fun fu…
my friend liked the batman apron so much, that I gave it another go with Spiderman.
I was concerned with the location of the face, so this one is longer, with Spiderman’s eyes at about the knees…
Thanks, I think a Sponge Bob fabric would have been fun to make too.
Thanks. They were regular fabrics from a bolt, sold by the panel (not yardage). From a store ca…
pattern is Simplicity 5581
very simple, no shoulder yoke, so not serious, breezy shirts.
It’s from “That $1.99 Fabric Store” in Auburn, MA.
I know, my thought was, if you made the fabric to over lap enough at the back and h…
thanks! I made it for a batman fan. hope she likes it too.
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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Short jackets like this zebra print bomber by Anniemollison are a must for spring.
The latest pattern bundle features nine vintage reissues from the 50s and 60s.
Pick one of 5 patterns for a new kind of sew along
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