Problem is I don't think my yarn stash would fit in my car, cyndiq! I did take some
stuff with me to the house-minding...
Here are pictures of my offerings: The Geek Chic Shoppe
is now open!
5 of my "Pulp Greetings" cards
per pack, made from the covers of truly awful paperbacks. They come with envelopes and are blank to use for all occasions:
My big totes
. I can make them in a variety of fabrics. This is "Mexican Cowboy" fabric and a "Shabby Chic/ Country Living" version. I can also do Sesame Street and various colours and florals or an office version using suit fabric for the main part and ties for handles.
This is the Mini-Tote
. Good for evenings or going out with the girls to lunch. I can make it in a variety of fabrics, including some fancier evening-types and can use various trimmings (beaded fringe, ribbon, lace, braid). They are fully lined. Also available in Elmo version in red boucle (one only) and Sexy Frenchmaid version (one only) in black satin with white ruched lace and elasticated handles for "naughty" bounce.
Side view. See things don't fall out because they are narrower at the top.
And they really hold a lot! See?:
All of this was in the actual bag while the photo was taken.
Finally the jewellery:Asian earrings with chain and bead necklace
Or if you prefer a thread and ribbon bead necklace
on its own (they take longer):
I can make the thread version in greens, red opaque beads or pearls. The threads will be in similar toning colours and the ribbons will be strong or pastel colours.
The wrist cuffs/warmers or headband
. They can be plain knit stitch with a coloured intarsia design such as a heart, star or short word (geek, Love etc)
Or they can be one colour but in a lace patterned stitch. I have yarn in most colours of the rainbow.
This one is a prototype I did in rough green wool but it can be done in cotton (or any yarn) or made narrower if you prefer.
So there it is!