With London in mind yesterday, I created this super simple and demure bag. I used some incredibly geographically inaccurate Passport fabric from, featuring famous London landmarks and accented with gorgeous black Essex Linen. The pattern is the Evelyn Tote from Swoon. I’m not crazy about how the straps came out, I really didn’t like the… Continue reading London Calling
This is my first Abstract Tote from Little Moo Desisgns I am so in love with this bag. Inspired by Josh Mario John, I used this red grunge plaid print in Lightweight Cotton Twill as the base and accented with the black ‘wood’ print and a custom beard print that I uploaded just for this… Continue reading Spizoiky
I wanted to share with you some pictures of my finished Bonnie Bucket bag from Swoon. I call this bag Ahab because of this swarthy tattooed captain here. I mad ea couple of changes to the bag as I went. Instead of the welt pocket, I created this contracting contrast trim for the front zipper… Continue reading Ahab
EmKie Designs released a new pattern this week, The Plant Pot. You can either purchase it from her Etsy shop, or get it free for signing up for her newsletter. I made sure to purchase it to continue to support amazing indie designers. I was really busy yesterday, but after dinner I sat and cut… Continue reading The Plant Pot
I am SO proud to announce that my zipper hack tutorial is featured today on Spoonflower’s blog! I used an Everyday Tote project from Sprout Patterns to make this bright diaper/toddler bag!
✂ I woke up this morning planning on updating the ‘Projects’ section of my blog and ended up on Pinterest scrolling through endless pictures of India and London instead. Needless to say, I hope to manage to get it done this week sometime! 😫 ✂ I finished up my 🐙 bag last week. I used… Continue reading Monday Musings
For the first project to tackle on my new machine, I chose Ellen’s Esplanade bag from Chris W. Designs. It’s an Easy Street pattern, which I assume means it’s not very complicated, but that’s what I wanted, considering! It was my first time working with my Juki and I admit, there will be a learning… Continue reading Splendid!