Without the doubt photography is the number one satisfying endeavor for me. Every time and always. Close on a second position is sewing – not only it is equally artistic, but it has the added bonus of handling beautiful fabric. But for this challenge I chose yet another, much more rare pursuit of mine – … More WPC / Satisfying Challenge
Both blankets are made from recycled cashmere sweaters. Both were Christmas gifts – the green/brown for my husband, the blue/grey for my son. They are the size of a twin mattress. Each one needed about 12 sweaters, but it all depends on their size. Naturally, men’s large will yield more fabric to work with than … More Cashmere Blankets / OWPC
This place really exists. The lake, the mountains, the blue boat. On our vacation in Ireland a couple of years ago we were driving along this lake. This was one of the scenic routes we have taken to see the Irish countryside. The weather was on the gloomy side – not surprising for Ireland really. … More Irish Boat Painting
I finished my third painting. This one will be framed 🙂
This refashion uses second hand jeans. Here is the link to the original site: http://sewingforutange.blogspot.com/2012/02/owl-bag-tutorial.html I used one pair of jeans for this project and added the fabric for the inside from my own collection.
Teal Bird was a gift for a friend and accordingly he already moved to his new home. While still with us, he was a joyful addition to the family.
Pink Lady Bird and Grey Gentleman Bird arrive. Since they are a couple, I also knitted them a double nest.
She was created last year and already found a home. But before she left, she was properly acquainted with Blue Bird.