I’m putting together a slideshow of some of the nifty projects we’re seeing made from Spoonflower fabric. Most of what I’ve assembled so far is from our (amazing) Flickr pool, so if you’ve posted a project photo there then I probably already have it. Likewise, if Kim has blogged one of your projects I already have that as well. But if you would like to share an as-yet-unposted project made from one of your own fabric designs, by all means email me a link or a photo I can use in the slideshow. Thanks!
Another busy weekend, but this time it was because of sickish kids. There’s been a whole lotta boogie-wiping going on here lately, and everyone three and under is cranky and sleepless. Isn’t it amazing how sick kids can bring everything to a near standstill? As it should be, I suppose.
I did manage to get a simple sewing project done, though.
Soulemama reminded me in a recent post that I, too, have these Japanese sewing books with tons of little girl clothing projects I’ve been meaning to get around to. I put them on hold awhile back because the weather was too cool to make them urgent. Today though? 90 degrees outside and this little tie shoulder top is perfect for my middle girl to stay cool in.