Another handmade iPad Mini Sleeve creation made from all natural and partially upcycled materials of cotton, burlap, and wool tweed.
My iPad Mini got a new sleeve. It’s made from an old, upcycled men’s suit, a piece of burlap embroidered with Sashiko stitches, and leftover, floral fabric scraps.
andelieya’s latest sewing creations. (Building inventory for the farmers’ market in spring and for Etsy.)
I didn’t get to bed until almost one o’clock in the morning, because this idea of a needle book kept spinning in my mind. My mother had one, and I loved it. It’s… Continue reading
Handwoven wall-hanging. My first experiment with hand-weaving.
Tomorrow there will be a show at the Cone 10 Pottery Studios where the work of the professional studio potters’ students can be viewed. As I helped set up for the show, I… Continue reading
After mastering the smaller cotton pouches, I ventured out to make a medium size linen one. The pattern for this pouch is just slightly different. I like the fact that the end of… Continue reading
This weekend it was raining in Charleston, SC, and I took a vacation from my usual activities of photographing and drawing. Instead, I sewed some pouches. They are fun to make, and a… Continue reading
March 22, 2013 – March 30, 2013 Cone 10 Studios 1080 Morrison Dr Charleston, SC 29403 See my colored pencil work of leaves and beetles on display and peruse the gorgeous pottery of… Continue reading