Tag Archives: sewing

On towards reduce and reuse

In my ongoing quest to minimize my belongings (or should I say the things that own me), I continue to clear out things I have been stashing (hoarding).  My next project uses a stack of 1930’s reproduction fabric prints.  I … Continue reading

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Cloth and Embellished Fabric Cones

Miniature (5 inch by 5 inch) fabric cones embellished with pearls, beads, buttons, fibers, cheesecloth and cotton fabric. These two are headed for a swap at Cloth Paper Studio Yahoo Group. Continue reading

Posted in 2009 | Tagged | 3 Comments

Just Stitching

The beginning of a Fabric Cone. Here Fishy,Fishy….. and some floral needlepoint.

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Look what I found

I was going through some boxes looking for Aida cloth for my Cloth Doodles swap and at the bottom of the box I found this: This is a needlepoint pillow that I started over 25 years ago.  It is printed on 14 count canvas and … Continue reading

Posted in 2009 | Tagged | 2 Comments

Fun, Quick, Easy Market Totes

Take a look at these fabulous Market Totes that I made for an upcoming swap at Cloth Paper Studio.  I used Anna Maria Horner  fabrics from her Drawing Room line of upholstery weight cotton.  They are double sided so you can … Continue reading

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Handworked Dolls

Three handworked dolls for a swap on Cloth Paper Studio Yahoo group Continue reading

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Saturday Market Wallet

I so love this fabric that I keep finding different things to make with it.  Today I finished up a small wallet that I am calling my Saturday Market Wallet.  This is a tri-fold design, it folds into thirds.  This was … Continue reading

Posted in 2009 | Tagged , | 3 Comments