Category Archives: Custom Order

Today isn’t quite the last day of 2014, but for whatever reason, it all seems so very ominous to me. December has been a rather quiet month on the blog, so I suppose I feel the need to write something profound or elegant here to wrap things up. Not that I have a clue what […]

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  • That first patchwork bag is too cute, that went pretty fast! The faux leather you use in your bags is so crisp and polished in the pictures. It’s a material I’ve thought about working with in the past but haven’t taken the plunge. I’d also love to knwo more about your little bit of a quilt along as I’m launching my newest project that is a directory of quilt alongs. Get in touch so I can add you to it! Cheers!ReplyCancel

  • The workmanship on the bags is incredible…so precise and filled with the most thoughtful details!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kaitlin Madson

    I am the incredibly proud new owner of that gorgeous floral bag. I LOVE it!! I have been looking around your blog, and I am so excited to have an adorable new blog to follow!ReplyCancel

    • Yay! Your mother-in-law was so excited to gift it to you! I’m so glad you like it. :)ReplyCancel

Its been quiet here lately, but I’ve been busy with my machine. I made several Liberty + faux leather bags and did a little sale on Instagram. While I forgot to take pictures of most of the custom bags prior to sending them to their new homes, I did manage to get some of the […]

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  • Lynne Tilley

    love your bags, especially the metal zippersReplyCancel

  • you found the faux leather!!!! these are so awesome.ReplyCancel

So I’m totally not the blogger to use Instagram for my blog, but I’m making an exception today since that’s pretty much the only way I’ve been able to take pictures lately. This holiday season is crazy busy! First up, I want to show you the completed stack of Liberty bags I made for Boca […]

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I’ve been working on my new Liberty bags nonstop. I find that when I work on a large batch of bags continually, its easy to lose steam. So I switched up my very hectic sewing schedule for the week, and made Layla another Paper Fan Dress. Talk about a quick and easy pattern! Its just […]

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  • I just found your blog through your Tree Skirt tutorial and I am so happy and inspired.
    What a fantastic blog you have here and amazing creations.ReplyCancel

  • What an adorable dress! I love the ribbon at the waist. Looks like she’s got a little space to grow into it, too, which is always good!ReplyCancel

    • Thank you! She does have some space, so hopefully she can stop growing so fast and stay in it for a little while!ReplyCancel

  • Needlewoman2

    Thank you so much for blogging this creation. I downloaded the fan dress too – have lots of little girls in mind, and i’m thrilled to know it’s easy to make. Love the colours. Sympathise with no purchasing power – me too!! But it does make push one to be a lot more creative with one’s stash, and reduce the bulging boxes.

    Well done; really love the family reunion blouse. I have that pattern for older sizes, and it’s great to know that embarking on it won’t involve too much angst.ReplyCancel

I’ve had these fabrics sitting on my shelf for quite a while now. I purchased them to make new bags for Boca Grande Outfitters, but I’ve been waiting for inspiration to strike. Not being one to dive into something without a plan, I’ve thought and thought about what I want these fabrics to become. That’s […]

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  • Jamie

    These are adorable! Love, love them! They will be a hit!ReplyCancel

  • Laura

    Hi! I have 2 questions for you! Did you make the clutch on this page? If so, who makes the fabric? 2nd question: do you have any of the liberty lytton fabric left?ReplyCancel