Hi guys! I haven't been here in a while, but I do check all the wonderful stuff being created by all you crafty people. I have been busy, creating patterns, participating in Craft shows. My main Gig is Soft Mocs. They are beautiful slippers with crochet wool uppers and non slip leather bottoms. Sheepskin insoles provide ultimate warmth and comfort (I'm in Canada and It get's cold!) I do all the cutting, punching leather, shaping the sole and crochet work. It's quite a process!
I have been working on some baby toys and softies for some mom 2 mom sales. Here are some of my completed projects from the line I call "inspired by nature" I had a lot of fun working with bamboo, hemp, and organic cotton (Image heavy!!)
good from far, but far from good. I'm happy with most of this hoodie, but the mistakes scream at me when i wear it. I love the pockets, cuffs, zipper. I don't like how the hood went in. Over all, i'm happy with it,
wow, i feel real dumb, but i tried this "really simple" technique, and failed misserably. The arms holes ended up ginormous, and came down way to far (you could see boobies!) I'm sure all of you will have some advice, and suggestions
I'm really into t shirt recons, and when i was at le village (value village) yesterday, i found this shrit that has sooooooo much potential. It is actually a really ugly cut, but the color and stripes are great. It is red and black small stripes, really Emily the strangeish, but it is a turtle neck, and i would never wear it the way it is. so heres the info regular type stretch knit fabric. long sleves and a turtle neck. super rad stripes any ideas? I thought it might make cool sleves in a t shirt recon,