This beautiful lace capelet was created from a pattern I found online and tweaked a bit.
I brought the dress with me to the store to select the lace, and was surprised to find a green that matched so well.
(I’d assumed I’d be going with a light pink)
I’ve been wanting to do something fun with these fabric flowers I’ve been making, and my friend’s bun-in-the-oven was the perfect excuse to make these adorable little baby headbands.
This adorable little flower was made by cutting out fabric circles, folding them in quarters and gluing the point to a smaller felt circle bottom!
It’s all ready to be made into a ring or necklace!
A friend of mine asked me to make a stocking for her nephew’s first Christmas. Quentin really loves their cat, so Bogey made a special appearance on his stocking!
This skirt was made from a pattern using heavy black fabric with dark purple accents. A moss green heavy silk flows
from the pleats. I altered the pattern to make it high waisted.
Made out of a man’s tie, this little pouch has a business card sized pocket in the front!
This dress was made from a pattern. It’s a light blue thin jersey, and the most difficult fabric (after silk charmeuse)
I’ve dealt with so far! The belt can be swapped for a lace belt one to dress it up.
This skirt was made from a pattern. It’s a combination of hot pink liner and a canvas fabric.
This dress was made from a pattern. It’s a combination of liner and a lace embellished textured poly.
This dress was made from a pattern. It also has the coolest fabric I’ve ever seen, and is very comfortable!