liked the first one so much i decided to make another! this time, i made a much more colourful version using various dyed fabrics against a plain canvas backdrop. super pleased with the result!
as the days grow warmer and school draws to a close, i felt like it was time to update my wardrobe with some summer pieces! i've been meaning to use my scraps from a thrifted dress that i turned into a top for something, because the fabric is so lovely. i'm really into the color [...]
been eyeing this pattern for a while by indigobird because i love the simple silhouette and canvas for customization. i had contemplated drafting my own similar bag, but i decided to buy the pattern to support artists i admire and because i was a bit pressed for time, as i'm leaving for a month-long trip [...]
welcome to my first official sewing pattern! i love quick projects that are very gratifying to make, and i think this little coin pouch fits that perfectly - sew a few lines, add a snap, and it's finished! i also love that this pouch looks more complicated than it actually is, so it is perfect [...]
indigo. i love this fabric so much, not just the colour and designs, but the adventure it took to create them. indigo dyeing is no joke, requiring hard-to-source chemicals (until i discovered dharma trading co.), time, experimentation, the perfect pH, that elusive green bath colour, stinking up the chemistry classroom, dozens of rubber gloves, and [...]
i found the cutest mug at maido over spring break, and i immediately thought of my friend M whose birthday was this past week. of course, i had to make a drawstring bag to wrap it in too! inspired by svetlana sotak, i created a "quilt as you go" block for the first time ever [...]