Just when you think you’ve seen them all, I’m making even more of them. :) I’m not really sorry. I made three custom Caravan Totes with Liberty of London and a crazy soft faux leather. All of them have hand stitched details on the leather portions. Those imperfect little stitches were time consuming, and my fingers […]

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A few months back, a friend of mine, Melissa from Oh, How Sweet, and I decided we should do a private mini quilt swap. Private swaps are fun because you likely know the person fairly well, and that in itself can help avoid the utter disappointment that large group swaps sometimes bring. Plus, its way […]

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Sometimes I get the best custom requests. I love custom work in general. The process of choosing patterns and fabrics and colors, and getting to know my client’s perspective is really very rewarding. This particular client wanted a duffel style bag. She wanted me to use some of her Liberty because she didn’t know what […]

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  • Enid

    Beautiful bag and fabric choice. Will there be a step by step tutorial? ThanksReplyCancel

    • I hadn’t thought of that, but perhaps I can put one together soon. I can certainly show how to put in zippers. ReplyCancel

  • Enid

    I need a tutorial in how to sew with metal teeth zippers!ReplyCancel

  • This turned out gorgeous!ReplyCancel

I do really well pinching pennies until its time for my sponsor shops to get a good restock. Jones & Vandermeer has a kryptonite-like effect on me. In the best possible way, of course. :) Here’s a sampling of the latest additions.  They got in a bunch of madras style Liberty prints that are downright […]

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I’ve continued to add to Layla’s wardrobe in the past couple of weeks. Her latest dress is the Oliver + S Library Dress made with Anna Maria Horner’s Loominous and a Dowry print.  Layla was so excited about this one. Its a new dress to us- not just a bigger size of an old favorite- […]

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  • gorgeous! kinda reminds me of those regal kimonos i saw in kyoto years back!ReplyCancel