Monthly Archives: February 2011
I found a piece of oilcloth in the discount bin in IKEA. I was not sure if it’d be big enough to cover our kitchen table, but surprisingly it was just big enough. It is a bit wrinkly though. This … Continue reading
I had a lot of sewing projects planned for before Christmas. Unfortunately, due to problems with my Husqvarna Sapphire 830, I had to put them on hold. I managed to finish a few of them this week though. I made … Continue reading
One of the most unusual tools I used during the bag/belt making course in London was a tripod meant for mending shoes. Apparently it used to be a common household item in the past, but now it is hard to … Continue reading
The first time I learned about the Liberty fabrics was through the purlbee blog. I liked them, so last time I was in London I decided to go to the Liberty store and see if I can find some scraps … Continue reading
My husband was very sweet and updated my header! It looks a lot nicer now.
Another project of the weekend – a lunch bag. It was inspired by this project, but done with reversed colors – red lines and a blue margin. I made it for my husband. He is a luthier and he is … Continue reading