My small guest room refresh started with choosing a bright and comforting wall colour called: Blue Hydrangea. Using Behr Ultra colour from The Home Depot we only needed two… Read more Guest Bedroom Re-fresh →
This design was not my own- I developed a technique that I read about in a couture sewing manual that spoke to the replication of garments. The replication of garments is often done when you have a piece of clothing that fits well and has a great original design, but unfortunately due to time, (and loving it so much) the clothing becomes worn, torn, or the material goes out of style. For this dress (seen above- Sun dress for the young animal lover), I took apart an old dress piece… Read more Sun dress for the young animal lover →
I worked on this piece a few weeks ago when I was inspired by something I had seen in a vintage shop. I sourced all of my own materials; but the design was not my own. My favourite part of this piece would have to be the lace fringe that hangs down to provide a “1920’s lingere flapper girl” style”. I only wish I could have made this in a size large enough to wear for myself!
Welcoming Spring! My spring creations are coming into full form. My main project d’obsession has been a kimono-inspired robe made from silk, wool and my usual dependable Guuterman thread. I… Read more Kimono Inspired robe made from imported wool and silk from Japan →
I have always known that silk is one of my preferred mediums for design. The texture, weight, and structure of silk fabrics ignites my passion like few others. Japanese Silk… Read more Japanese Silk Draping →