Posts Tagged ‘#wristlet’
Bucket Review + Discount Code + Please Vote!
All kinds of busy behind the scenes this week. Thanks to Sonja from Blackstone Designs for her great review of my large Bucket and wristlet. She has a discount code for the SHOP available on her site. Please check it out. Shaggy Baggy is also being featured on Umba.com. Shaggy Baggy is one of the shops up for voting to…Read More
Making Scrap Fabric
Just a pile of trimmings: Carefully pieced together on some batting. Top-stitched over the raw edges (yes, some fraying will occur!) Finished as a fun zipper pouch.Read More
Nurturing my creative process Slow Sewing. Hand Sewing. Needle and thread. Quiet. Peaceful. Once a week I will carve out an hour or two. Mending, patching, embellishing. I want to slow things down a bit. Step away from the hectic assembly line that my sewing room can often become. Sort my scraps. Sort my buttons.…Read More
The Secret…to Shaggy Baggy Inspiration
Mixing color and prints is my primary inspiration for all my work. Totes’ and handbags’ primary purpose is function (storage) and organization. My unique mix of prints and colors make them stand out as practical, beautiful, daily accessories to serve in all seasons. Wristlets and zippers—splashes of color—on a neutral background (often linen or denim.) Unique,…Read More
A Button on Top!
I mostly work with remnants so I rarely have an idea of how a bag will look before I begin. A simple pile of colors and prints. A collection of fabric. I sort. Move the colors around. Layer various pieces together. Usually two different fabrics, sometimes more. I iron. The warmth of the steam. The…Read More