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!
For the last couple of months, there had been a continuing tension issue with my Singer. It worked! But before I sewed anything, if I’d changed the thread or the stitch length, anything, I had to sew a length to get it right. And then the stitches started skipping on the bobbin side and no… Continue reading Upgrade!