Here is a shot of my fourth logcabin pouch in progress. ;)
The very first logcabin pouch that flew to my sister's in Japan.
Second one as a custom order that also flew to Japan.
And this third one that has recently left for Australia.
Logcabins are so much fun. There is something about a logcabin that is so interesting,
happy, and entertaining. I love working on it. I smile seeing my logabin
getting larger and fancier as I work through. Fun!
My favorite kinds of fabric changes often.
I was once really into traditional Japanese fabric and
collected a bunch but soon lost much interest in it,
(which I now really don't know what to do with besides keeping
in the stash in a drawer..) Once I was in love with some modern
designers' fabrics and again collected a lot. My point here is
that my current passion has been toward vintage fabrics!!!!
When I start liking something, I go as far as I can. Nonstop!
This beautiful vintage fabric is what I purchased from
Magpie Mary in her etsy shop. This awesome seller carries very
pretty vintage items for affordable prices. If you like this fabric
I just bought, go ahead and grab some for yourself , otherwise
I might go back and buy all up!
Here is one of my recent thrifted fabrics. I've been thrifting as usual
and making my thrifted goodies go out of control a little.
Isn't this pink fabric pretty though?! Not sure if it's vintage or what,
but this can make a nice bag, I bet.
When I caught a glimpse of this purse, I almost gasped. "Are you for real?
New Amy Butler's purse at this thrift store?!" As soon as I grabbed it,
someone walked by and told me that I was so lucky to find it.
No kidding! Even though I am usually not interested in purses at
secondhand stores (because I can make them), I could tell it was
such a great find and there was no question whatsoever I was getting it.
It will be for my middle sister. She loves girlie things like this;)
The last showoff here for today is this super duper cute paper!
The direction says it is to place in drawers because it's repellent
against bugs like ants, roaches, and silver fish.
I'd never heard any paper that could do that! Oh my!
I just thought this vintage design is so cute.
Time to introduce nice creations!!
Fabric Basket by …Pensieri…
Fabric Basket by Jodi
Camera Case by Elizabeth
Cute Cute Cute!! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful works!
Thanks for reading!
Saturday, July 12, 2008
Thanks for stopping by my blog! My name is Ayumi. I love sharing my crafty journal and other little anecdotes in my life here. I am a mother to a baby girl and a wife to my husband from Seattle. We live in a small apartment in Tokyo. I hope you enjoy being here :) Welcome♪
- a spoonful of sugar
- andrea creates
- angry chicken
- bee in my bonnet
- charise creates
- crafting with love
- crazy mom quilts
- cut to pieces
- dirty laundry
- during quiet time
- freda's hive
- handmaid liset
- happy zombie
- hello my name is heather
- hey porkchop!
- i heart linen
- i like orange
- jc handmade
- kup kup land
- lily's quilts
- melly and me
- messy jesse
- monkey beans
- nana company
- oh fransson
- old school acres
- one red robin
- one shabby chick
- patchwork notes
- pink chalk studio
- posie gets cozy
- print & pattern
- quilt it
- saidos da concha
- sew, mama, sew!
- stitched in color
- tallgrass prairie studio
- the plaid scottie
- wee wonderfuls
- where the orchids grow