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Spring Sewing

I've decided to close the post with the pix of my auto accident. Here's what I was doing the day it happened and where I'm trying to get back to: Nothing like a new season to inspire sewing. I've packed away the tweeds and dark, heavy fabrics and suddenly I'm all about sewing again! And, going back to Project Runway again, I decided to make this tote a bit over the top, with a huge rose and overscaled tied strap. Inspired by the couture look that Christian and Chris did. Not for everyday of course, but for a special occasion. In my mind it works. I stand by my work (lol!).
Liv poses in a today's creation - due to the cold weather, I decided a nice white turtle neck and a a new white cardigan with a skirt would be more practical. Cause we know how practical I am, lol! She's 4 and loves to twirl so her skirt had to be full. We're both pretty pleased with the results.

Comments

Dana said…
I know every time you make one I say the same thing... This one is my favorite!! But it's true each one truly is better than the last! More More!!
Pinkie Denise said…
Hello Kelly,
Thanks for the visit to my blog...
I love your tote, all my favorite creamy soft colors...it is gorgeous!
I just want to tell you that I too have a broken dish stash of china for
a wall! Everytime I see that picture it makes me think of the movie American Quilt with Winnona Ryder and
for sanity they are making a collage on the wall....Thanks for sharing and
being a sparkle to my Monday. Looking forward to many more visits
Pinkie Denise
Hi, Kelly- Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for stopping by the other day. Lovely bags here-- the detailing really makes them special. I'm not much of a sewer to be honest, though I LOVE to see what others can do. Take care and thanks again. -Jenn

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