A few times a year I travel home to London. Besides visiting family, I always gravitate to the same few destinations. The Victoria and Albert, The British Museum, Hyde Park, The Natural History Museum, Harrod’s Food Court, and Liberty of London. Although Liberty boasts and extraordinary Tudor facade, it was actually opened in 1875. It’s… Continue reading Liberty Of London
Since Mum has been in town, I’ve been harried and a little behind on posting. Here is a sneak peek of some finished bags I’ll blog about soon! I got a new photo backdrop, but as you can see? There are some OBVIOUS folds in that I’m still trying to smooth out.
I ran across the Convertible Tote pattern from Mrs. H. I wasn’t sure I liked it, to be honest. I’m not a fan of backpacks at all. But! My mom asked for one. I went through a couple patterns and decided that I really liked the techniques and construction of the Convertible and downloaded it… Continue reading Convertible
It’s been a pretty busy week! My allergies flaired up something awful and really slowed me down. I’ve been working on a collection of NCW Minis. I’ve actually got a collection of eight now that will be listed on my SewGratitude IG account. I need to finish them up with some rivets, which I’m waiting… Continue reading Buona Pasqua
This is the Hippo Hobo bag from EmkieDesigns. I love how it turned out! The fabric is by Micklyn from Spoonflower.
I finished the Classic Carryall Tote from Andrie Designs! Although I really like how it turned out, especially how well I did with the zipper, I can think of a couple things I’ll for sure do differently next time!
I’ve had the Lily Bag from Blue Calla Patterns on my ‘to do’ list for a long time. I finally decided to just make one! I have no idea why I stalled? I picked a really cool ‘knit’ print from Spoonflower by Chicken Boots and accented it with some purple cork. I modified the strap… Continue reading Lily!