Tag Archives: Sewing
I love making tote bags. Normally once I try a pattern I’m all done with it. But not tote bags. They are just so customizable. And easy. And quick. Really, the recipe for sewing success for me: easy+customizable+quick=sewing I like. … Continue reading
Way back when (in September) I made Kat’s bag. The project had a nice flow. And it seemed like it would be one of those that could look totally different with different fabric. And wow, does it ever! This time … Continue reading
The holidays are coming, and with it comes that age-old question: Am I going to be that weird relative that gives handmade gifts? Every year I struggle with this question. And I still haven’t found the answer. I have erred … Continue reading
This past weekend I attended the International Quilt Market. I was there with a friend who just opened an online fabric store. The sights were impressive, of course. My eyes hurt by Sunday afternoon after looking at so many colors … Continue reading
Last year I knit Letty a pair of pants. I thought I made them big enough to make it 2 winters. Guess not.
Several years ago, before I sewed, a friend gave me lots of yards of red corduroy. She was cleaning out her fabric stash (why she had 4 yards of red corduroy only she can answer), but I was happy to … Continue reading
There is almost nothing my kids like more than a good costume. And holiday-sschmoliday, there’s no situation that can’t be improved by being in character. Mom’s gotta go to the grocery store? Sounds like a Batman kind of adventure. Library? … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking a lot about babies lately (not my own, thank goodness). And I’ve been thinking about bibs (I know, random). I never cared much for the bib with my own three babies. They never seemed to do the … Continue reading
What do you get a little girl turning 3 who loves Little People? (Especially when her mom doesn’t want any more Little People in the house?) A Little People bag, of course! Happy birthday Kat!