I’ve been hard at work, on a new collection of necklaces made with hand-formed polymer clay beads.
Between the amazing candy colors of the clay and the wide variety of leather cord colors, it’s been a lot of fun to create these.
I’ll definitely be adding to this collection, as Spring marches on.
It’s no surprise, if you know me, that I have a huge collection of vintage fabric. Fabrics that I’ve purchased, fabrics that I’ve been gifted, fabrics that I inherited from my grandmother– even fabric that I’ve inherited from other people’s grandmothers (true story.)
I’ve recently resolved to dig into this stash, bust out the scissors and get to stitching.
So, this weekend, I made a few pillow covers. They’re made with this a-ma-zing vintage textile that I bought from Mikasa, Su Casa on Etsy, and backed with Robert Kaufman’s Essex yarn dye linen fabric. And, I must say, they are the perfect refresh for Spring.
Just what I needed!
I intend to keep going with this project– going through my stash, and finally making good use of it. Follow along on Instagram with the tag, #stashstashsew!