Gold Ottoman — Part 1

I’ve decided I need to use up my stash. I also have a ton of scraps that I can’t bring myself to throw out so I’m going to use them for stuffing. For what? For an ottoman type seat like the drawing you see above. Yeah, I know my photoshop drawing skills leave something to…

Batman and Scooby?

When did Batman call in Scooby Doo and Shaggy as backup? I don’t remember that part of either cartoon . . . Was at a fabric store yesterday and found this fabric. It’s fleece. Perfect for decorating your kid’s room and making them the subject of ridicule at school when they swear to all the…

Another Buttercup Bag

I like the way this one came out even more! This time I used a home dec weight fabric for the base of the bag and corduroy for the sides and handles. The stiffness is much more to my liking. I also stitched the lining to the outside beneath the snaps to make it stronger…

Emmeline Apron

A while back I had posted about wanting to make the Emmeline Apron. I mean, a while back. Got the fabric and everything. But time passed . . . And I found new fabric. Now I wanted to make it out of cupcake fabric (see above). So I bought some of that. I was now…

Farmer’s Market Bag

Another successful bag. The design for this bag went through several iterations, but finally turned out. It’s rather simple and easy to make. Here’s just a picture for now. I might post the pattern later. It holds a surprisingly large amount and it has a very wide shoulder strap so it’s actually quite comfortable even…

Buttercup Bag Part 3 – Wrap up

So, I have now finished the Buttercup Bag. As I mentioned in the first post, Rae from Made by Rae is super for giving us this pattern and I definitely plan on making it again. There were a couple bumps. It also took a while since I was taking pictures the whole time so that…