What I did this weekend...

I tried to get a lot of things done this weekend, but mainly I just wanted to clean and get rid of some old junk. I didn't do a crazy amount of thrifting; in fact I only found a pieces that I thought I would like to have. I'll show those later. I did, however, get some sewing done.
First off we have a sewing machine cover, and as you can guess it is made from sheets.

It's reversible

I also made some mini fabric-bound notebooks. I have a jar of scraps that I'm trying to use up, and this seemed like a good idea.

I took part in a Casual Summer Clutch swap on swap-bot. Here's the clutch for my partner:

I hope she likes it.

I made a dry erase board from a vintage sheet scrap and a clip frame.

And last week I started on some racerback tanks, and I finally finished one of them.

These are the shirts before I finished them. They have a vintage sheet yoke in the back.

This is the finished product

I love the way it feels. I think I'm going to start making all of my own racerback tanks. They are my summer must-have for working in the printshop among all the other summer events going on.

Well I do think that is what I've gotten finished this weekend. Oh yeah! I was also working on some necklace holders. Hopefully I'll have those up later this week if it ever has a clear enough day for me to paint.

And another small note: I have a BIG surprise coming up very soon so guys stay tuned! You won't wanna miss it!!

1 comment:

  1. wow you make really nice things! I am following you now trhough the swap from swap bot!

    gonna read more on your blog!

    greetz niki!


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