25/10/2009

20/09/2009

2nd hand round-up - fabric and things





I especially Like the 'flapper girl' fabric, any suggestions as to what the hell to make with it though? Wood grain effect wallpaper on the other hand has a million applications.

18/09/2009

burda


Fame! That lady's got my blouse on hahahaha. And here is more from naughtylittlepony on burda!

16/08/2009


made by me except for the stripy bangles which are recycled plastic buy them here.



10/08/2009

08/08/2009

collections


New blogs to watch: LUCY CHEUNG and A Chymical Wedding. Also, hours of burning my eyes out staring at etsy has made me want this and this.

28/07/2009


..yeah, I can see that!

it's a brooch.

oh.

26/07/2009

incognito

I woke up this morning wanting to make jewellery that could really enhance / change my persona. Such a success was the result, that I thought; who could not want to make a beard and mustache necklace? So here's how!

Choose your style! Sketch it out life size, and fold down the middle, that way when you cut out one side, the other will match. Don't forget to include a 1cm seam allowance. Pin two layers of fabric and a sheet of wadding together, and use your template to mark the out line with chalk.

Cut out the pieces.Sew 1cm from the edge with the wadding on top.Your sewing machine might try to eat the wadding if you have it underneath, mine would.

Clip corners and cut notches in curves. Turn outside in...

...using a pin to pull the corners out fully. Sew up the gap.

If you have fancy stitches on your sewing machine, chose one to quilt the pieces, giving them added texture. Once they are sewn together, attach ribbon to the ends of the mustache.


Ta da! It's a necklace... ...and a cunning disguise.