Posts Tagged “sewing”
Another sewing project of mine. I’ve gotten good use out of this handbag I made this past fall. The original pattern had an open top with a magnetic snap. I adjusted it to add the zipper. I quite like both the look and functionality of this!
My kid really wanted to be Kate Bishop for Halloween last year, so here’s the costume I whipped up for her. I was pretty proud of this one, to be honest. I haven’t done much clothes / costume sewing. On the right is the reference picture I used to design the costume. Reference picture…
Here are a couple of sewing projects of mine – a wallet and some card cases. These came out quite well. If I had more time to devote, I would actually consider making these to sell at craft shows. What do you think?
Here’s another oldie but goodie: a tonberry costume my daughter wore to the Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy concert in December 2012. To this day, she still wears that cap as her cold-weather hat. It’s gotten quite worn, but is actually in remarkably good shape. Here are some more views of the costume.
My first quilting project ever! This was one of my first projects on the new Brother Simplicity SB3129 sewing machine I gifted to myself in spring 2015.