Hubby and I took a walk last weekend around our neighborhood…these are some things we saw.
Do you ever play tourist in your own town? Having a camera in my hand helps me see the streets I’ve seen a million times, in a new way.
We went to breakfast at The 5-Point. Fried cheese curds with honey, people.
Then we went back home and picked up our…
This summer has been unusually glorious in Seattle. We’ve had maybe a total of five rainy days, the rest being gorgeous and sunny and warm.
Taken in moderation, those rainy days are extremely pleasant.
It’s gray and misty outside like we live near the ocean, and I make tea.
There’s a ritual.
Put the kettle on to boil, and put the teabag in the teapot.
Once it boils, brew the tea.
The problems started right away. The Martha iron-on template, I realized, was meant for small girls’ t-shirts, not a grown-ass woman who wants to dress like a girl. So I cut the pieces apart and experimented and manipulated them until they looked the way they ought.
Much trickery was required.
I got the first few pieces on (left collar, right collar, first piece of placket), when I…
Hi, everybody.Today I hope to share some helpful tips with you for how to model the lovely garments you make. If you’ve spent a lot of time making your own apparel, it’s a shame not to show it off in its best light, by modelling it on a real person. Your garment deserves better than to be photographed on that dress form–even if it is a really cute dress form. Show your garment in its element.