I started with donated fabric samples for outdoor fabric. These are pretty easy to come by if you are not terribly picky about having the current season’s patterns and styles.… Read more How to make custom outdoor Seat covers for FREE →
A luxury lounge for the wearer of new vestments! I made this in three days for a special gift. A true LBC original.
Still a work in progress, but that’s always better than congress. *rim shot What isn’t funny is how awesome this rug is going to look when I finish. I’ve heard a few skeptical comments about whether it will lie completely flat on the floor; but I think it will sort itself out as it gets wider by circumference.
ARGH! I wish I could write that this top was a success, but the neck is too wide! *storm cloud and walks away.
The creative process is one where sometimes you have to walk away from your work, do something else, and return later with fresh eyes. A friend recently told me this,… Read more The creative process. →
My take on a classic half apron with blue frilly edging. This one was tough, because the seams have a border on the opposite side made from a bright multi-coloured print. It took a lot of patience to get everything lined up. I’m getting better every day and learning new techniques- conversely, sewing helps me stay focused on my life. Each stitch that helps to form a straight line reassures me that the end product will be beautiful if I just keep the needle on the right path. I can… Read more New Machines with Old Dreams →