The past week was terrible. Exhausted everyday. These fabric arrived on Thursday and they lightened up my week. Can't wait to have some quiet time to sew.
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Here comes the finished product. I used my Easter embroidery/applique pattern to make an Easter wall hanging cum mug rug/ pot holder. I used Japanese Lecien and Atsuko Matsuyama fabric with some other american fabric here. They are simply GORGEOUS! Looking at it makes me feel calm and comfortable.
Check out my etsy shop if you wanna take it home.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Valentine's Day is only 2 days from now but I already thinking about Easter. Why? Because we have public holidays during Easter!! Everyday when I take the subway to work, I think about my retirement plan hahahah! YES, I'm only 30-year-old and I already thinking about retirement. Life's hard and we really need some fantasy and dream to keep us moving on. Guess this is why i'm quite into cute, kawaii and fantasy style.
So here comes my Easter bunny applique pattern. All classic Easter elements are here: bunny, chick and colourful Easter eggs! I'm now thinking to make a mug rug cum wall hanging with this.
Just listed the pattern in my etsy shop.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
After making the hanging pouch for TV remote control, I continue making a phone pouch using the deer applique pattern I made some time ago. Phone pouch is easy to make and I can think of many different styles for it.
The applique is sewed on a japanese floral fabric, so I think it must go well with linen. For the other side, I used my favourite fabric recently, the Atsuko Matsuyama apple fabric. It turns out very Japanese^^
Just listed in my etsy shop.
Friday, February 3, 2012
If you remember, I made some phone pouches for friends last Christmas. I did not have enough time to make one for a friend, who is also my colleague, so I decided to make her phone pouch later. She told me she did not want a phone pouch but a hanging pouch to keep her TV remote control at home, so here it is! I used the lovely Atsuko Matsuyama little apple linen fabric to make the pouch. It looks so CUTE!!