Monday, May 30, 2011
Suzuko Koseki and some Umbrella Prints my favorite Math print and some linen as well as wonderful BDU.
Keyka Lou. I really like her patterns. Very straight forward, as soon as you buy the pattern it pops up on your computer screen so you can sew that instant if you wish. The pattern pieces print off at the perfect size and there are step by step instructions. I am a visual learner...as are most folks, so it is really nice to have a picture back up the text. This is not a paid endorsement, as I have no sponsors. Just me sharing a delightful pattern designer.
So, you may know there there are many many gals out making bags from uniforms these days, right? I always like to see how they make their bags. Not to copy them by any means, just to see how they are done. Well, a friend had a bag at a birthday party yesterday and she was telling me about it. It was from a flight suit, so I wanted to see it. It was really cute. I have no clue who made it as she didn't have a business name, but she did a great job on the construction. She also had little crystals sprinkled about all over it. I have been asked in the past to do this and I frankly had no clue why anyone would want to have a bead-dazzled bag, but it looked pretty good, so now I see why that was requested. But what tickled me was how devoted she was to her bag maker. It was so cute.
OK, that is it until tomorrow. Come back with a pair of military pants (ones with cargo pockets).