I am so proud of my Alice Alice. I used the Wonderland line from Rifle Paper Co and the Alice Tote pattern from Swoon. I also used my amazing templates from Tops & Bobbins to perfectly align the little Alice. The accent is all denim cork from Sew Sweetness. Advertisements
Although I subscribe to the Bag of the Month club, I didn’t make many (or any?) of the bags this year. Except one. This is the Lousie Barrel Bag from Swoon. It was the least complicated and least… how do I want to say this… the least something. I used my fave Grunge Triangles from… Continue reading Oh, Holo There!
Yesterday I finished up my Lantana Tote Bag from Blue Calla and today I took it to the pool! I used the Flamingo Fever print on Spoonflower by Willow Lane Textiles. I had it printed on my fav Lightweight Cotton Twill. I wasn’t sure what pattern I wanted to use for this, but I just… Continue reading Flamingo Fever
My wifi has been down since last weekend, so this is very late! For Father’s Day my husband and I collaborated in creating this amazing shirt. He drew and designed the fabric and we printed it out on some Cotton Poplin over at Spoonflower. I used Kwik Sew pattern 3422 and sat and fussy cut… Continue reading Shark Bite!
I saw the Clarendon Crossbody Wallet come across my Instagram feed a few times and every single time I stopped and thought to myself…. I love that, but it looks so complicated. I bought the pattern and printed it out and sat there looking at it for a while and finally, one night, steeled myself. … Continue reading Clarendon Crossbody Wallet
I’m so behind. I finished these shorts last month. The Coachella Shorts pattern is from Striped Swallow Designs, which I found on Etsy. I used this gorgeous bright dragon print fabric from Spoonflower and some random purple pom trim. I think they’re a litttttle too big, but they are ridiculously comfortable.
Using the acrylic templates from Tops and Bobbins I made this small Everyday Tote from Bagstock, reduced by 85%. I adjusted it some, leaving off the zipper and instead using a swivel clasp and ring to keep the bag shut. I wanted to be able to get in and out of it easily. I used… Continue reading Wonder Woman