Most of what I made this past week:
Wet Bag and coordinating Changing Pad for a custom new-Mom order.
Close Up of the Changing Pad
Custom Order: 2 wallets, grocery bag, snack bags, a knitting needle case and I threw in some reusable Swiffer pads (the brown paw prints; I like to keep my best customers happy and coming back for more!)
Close up of the Swiffer Pad. This isn't something I sell, more like something I made for myself that a friend requested for herself after seeing mine.
There were a few things I worked on that I can't show just yet, but trust me that I will eventually. I'm prepping for an upcoming craft show in May which is ever so time consuming, but I don't have a lot of finished product to show yet. Design work is messy midstream. Ugly, even, especially since I use my least expensive or most expendable fabric while I play and figure things out. I'll wait to show the finished pretties.
It's 70 degrees and sunny outside--time to abandon the computer and go dig in the garden!
As co-owner of Stitchery in Portsmouth, RI, I teach sewing classes to children and adults. Welcome to my blog Dancing Threads RI.