Sunday, June 13, 2010
whith yarn in my bedroom !I folow a cookbook called BILLS OPEN KITCHEN!
I have a baby sister!I love her she lahfs!
Friday, June 11, 2010
The same goes for sewing, for the most part, which is why I leave most of the designing to my right-brained artistic partner. She has the vision, makes it into a pattern, and then I follow it. It's always worked well.
This year, though, I found myself determined to make some dresses on my own. I couldn't jump completely out of my comfort zone, so I followed (sometimes quite closely) a few different inspirations.
The dress just spoke to me, so I made my own version, fresh for Spring:
She rocked a shift dress like no other, but I thought I'd try my hand at a couple of girl-sized
numbers. No pattern, just a picture of a pattern (baby steps).
This one turned out quite Twiggy-ish if I do say so myself.
These first two will be available this Summer at our booth at the St. Helena Farmer's Market.
I upcycled a ruffly dress I picked up at a thrift store and...
Now Mazzy has her own shift dress to rock at a certain highly anticipated wedding we're attending in September. Plus, I made a new limited edition of our Traveling Dress, which is available now in our shop!!
The itch has been officially scratched.