Thank you to all of you who gave me really
nice advice on our wedding plans through
comments and e-mails! It's so nice to hear
the stories about others' weddings since we
pretty much had little clue on anything related
to a wedding. We still haven't set up dates
for a wedding or ceremony, but we know that
we'll definitely get married within this year,
and hopefully have a wedding ceremony within
a few years. Your advice will for sure help
us plan for a good wedding! Thank you so much!!
Today I'd like to show you a couple of
projects I worked on for a custom order from
a girl that I became a very good friend with.
This fabric basket turned out so pretty!
Just like many of you who couldn't help
producing a bunch of fabric baskets (thank you
by the way!), I really do love making fabric
baskets based on this tutorial.
I see why it's so addictive. This fabric
basket is so quick and easy to make, and
it's super practical. I can think of a use
for it for pretty much anywhere; crafty space,
living room, bathroom, kitchen, and bedroom.
And it makes a really good handmade gift!
I really need several more baskets for my
place, but every time I make a nice fabric
basket, the first thing that comes to mind is
"Yay! Let's have somebody else have it since
it's so pretty!" So only not-so-pretty ones
end up being actually mine. Is this something
that occurs to you too, I assume? ;)
These are three pairs of logcabin coasters
that I really enjoyed making. I think a logcabin
is such a fun pattern especially when it's so
small like this.
I love these! I gotta make some of these for me too :D
And here is a patchwork zipper pouch. I love how
this one turned out too! I've been drawn to a
combination of vintage fabric, Japanese fabric,
my silk-screened fabric and linen. Lots of fun.
I forgot to take pictures of lining of this pouch,
but I used really cute Japanese kitchen fabric.
Makes me smile to look at inside and I hope it
will bring a smile to my friend too ;)
By the way, thank you so much for those of you
who snatched my silk-screened fabrics! I just
listed some more in my shop in case any of you
have missed out the chance to get these.
Oh and thank you for the pink pincushion love!
I'm definitely going to make more for my shop
and will let you know once I list them too!
Thanks for taking your time to stop by!