I forgot to show you these dresses I sewed a few weeks ago. My intention was for them to be a match for the Everyday Baby sweater prototypes. I thought my niece could wear them together as full outfits.
There are many ways to view the wonder of planet Earth: jaw-dropping videos from outer space, scenic “Earth Porn,” gritty “ruin porn” (we love porn). But this video by Rhode Island School of Design student Conner Griffith is something new.
We are delighted to introduce you to the Feline Follies Club! You saw the dog club in the previous post so please allow me to unveil the cat club! I commissioned Rebecca Wood several years ago to create these animal ornaments exclusively for us.
Many of you are intrigued by the upcoming Needlepoint Enhancement Forum but you have questions. Here are some of the more common ones with the details. When does the class begin and how long does it last?
After finishing my cowl neck hack for Kymy’s Dolman Top last Friday, the wheels were spinning in my head for this perfect outfit to wear into fall. I’ve been wanting to make my floral stripe KnitFix fabric into a Capsule Skirt ever since I finished...
This morning I sat and finished the 12th of twelve blocks for the Quilting Snowladies quilt. Yahoo! The first block was started on February 13, 2013, and so it's been more than two years in the making so far.
First of all, I seem to have this thing with taking photos of stuff tilted to the right!? I guess straight on can be boring sometimes. Second of all, the new Friends of Applique Cafe Facebook Group is going great!
This is just the coolest canvas ever. The one and only Eleanor Grosch designed this florida alligator. I love her style. It's perfect for stitches. Every detail is boiled down to the minimum number of shapes necessary to tell the story.
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