I am thrilled with how successful the Sowebo Arts & Music Festival was on Sunday. It was a fantastic day with beautiful weather, wonderful people and a great mix of musicians and artists. I will definitely be going back next year. I sold two monster bras to some lovely ladies who are attending Starscape on June 4 and I hope they send me some pics of their outfits. My last monster bra will be on sale at a cool new shop in Hampden….details on that very soon!
But alas, all of this means that I need to be a monster bra making machine this week. I have a photo shoot scheduled on Sunday so I can list some new items on etsy and we absolutely MUST have monster bras. Wish me luck!
Say hello to Veronica, my new clutch! A go to for any special occasion! This little ditty holds a smart phone, lip gloss and even the emergency pair of flip flops! A must for every wedding I go to!
Made from silks, vintage fabrics, and quirky cotton prints. Just because you are going black tie, doesn’t mean you can’t carry a PBR bag. Right?!
Hello all! I know it has been a while! I have been super busy getting myself ready for all my spring and summer shows. I just ordered a huge assortment of delicious colored zippers from K&C Supplies for my new clutches!
Stop by the SoWeBo festival in Baltimore on May 29 to see my brand new bags!
This how-to caught my eye the other day in Craft Magazine. I could not wait to make some of my very own dino/dragon tails! So what better way to spend a Sunday afternoon? A little green tea, Law and Order reruns, and sewing!
This project was super quick and has easy to follow instructions. I used felt I had left over from a previous project, velcro bits, and a little bit of stuffing. I just simply love them. And I hope my little friends Zach and Saskia do as well!! I actually made the third tail with an adult size waistband. I have to admit……. I wore it around for a little while! It may be going right into my costume box.
Watching The Muppet Show is one of my fondest memories of childhood. I remember a ridiculous amount of giggling between my brother and I from the first moment of the theme song, to the last number.
This past weekend I was kicking back in a rented house with a really great group of friends. To my delight and surprise, I was woken up early Friday morning to the sounds of the show. I grabbed my blanket and a pillow and deposited my self on the sofa and watched HOURS of Kermit, Piggy, The Swedish Chef and all my old friends.
After my coffee kicked in and the ridiculous wave of nostalgia faded away, I remembered this great video post in Craft magazine.
So, I love making unusual baby quilts. Everytime I make one, its a new chance to push the limits of traditional baby design! Star Wars is an all time favorite, my baby Boba Fett is pictured below.
This spring/summer will be bringing a whole new batch of little ones. I have a few ideas rattling around in my head, but no new quilts have been made as of yet. I will be sure to post pictures as I sew them up!
I have been remiss in the past about photographing the gifts I make, but I did manage to dig up a few shots of older projects.
The Fighting Irish
But nothing, OH NOTHING, I have done has comes anywhere close piece of quilting beauty! I found this Rad Godzilla quilt in Craft magazine. LOVE,LOVE,LOVE!