This is a fun little outfit I made for my aunt, who’s starting a photography business.
It included a hat, 3 diaper covers, a baby necktie, baby bowtie, and baby suspenders.
Thanks! I like to wear it over a simple, dark long-sleeved top or dress.
This statement collar/scarf fastens with a button and is reversible. Fun!
On-puppy pics are up!
Well this little chihuahua is owned by 2 gay men, so he’s got to be well-dressed, of course!
I made this for a friend and his little chihuahua. It was quite simple! I lined the inside with fleece, and there is a buttonhole so that a harness/leash can be used with it as well. I’m making my …
This project was incredibly easy, and almost completely seamless!
I used a rib knit (commonly used for cuffs/collars, sold as a tube of fabric, essentially). I serged the bottom hem, and the to…
This footstool was originally leopard print, and kind of worn down and saggy in the middle. Scrap decorator fabric, some cotton batting and a staple gun have classed it up significantly. Cost: abou…
Burnt Sienna Clutch with salvaged leather and original leopard-print liner from a once-hideous skirt. Trash turns to class.
This lovely cocktail hat was made using a buckram frame, with a subtle patterned brown woven fabric hand sewn to the frame. A vintage straw show buckle has been hand-stitched to the hat for effect….
This lovely cocktail hat was made using a buckram frame, with black pinstripe fabric hand sewn to the frame. Vintage millinery leaves in a beautiful bold blue hue have been hand-stitched to the hat…
This lovely cocktail hat was made using a buckram frame, with black multi-colored striped suiting fabric hand sewn to the frame. A single feather has been hand-stitched to the hat for effect. The l…
A round cocktail hat, with green silk, fishnet overlay, and vintage millinery leaves.
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