I made a new dice bag for my Vampire: the Masquerade game. I think it’s appropriately themed, don’t you?
I started sewing when I was a small child, making clothes for my barbies. I’ve not gotten much better since then, but it’s still fun!
I bought Anna Graham’s Handmade Style book, and the first thing I made was the Rainbow Clutch! This one is for someone else, but I am totally going to make one for myself soon.
Today, I am sharing a couple quick, tiny sewing projects that I worked on this past weekend. There’s a Pixie Basket, and an Amy’s Pretty Pockets pouch.
Simply making one Elizabeth inspired bag wasn’t enough for me, so I whipped up another! This one is great for running errands and keeping my hands free.
This Go Anywhere bag was cursed from the get-go, and everything kept going wrong! It had to sit in time-out for a while, but eventually I picked it back up and finished it. It’s so cute that I’m glad I did get it done!
Ever since I spied a gorgeous Elizabeth barrel bag out in the world made by the amazingly talented Diedelbug, I have been wanting to make something that featured the Tula Pink queen. I finally took the plunge and fussy-cut some pieces for an Envelope Clutch, and it turned out AWESOME!