Remember that resourceful little shelving unit Luke made in the winter? After all the seedlings left their warm window nook to brave the elements out of doors, I inherited the shelf which has now become the centerpiece of my new-and-improved sewing corner! I shudder to think about how this space was organized a few short weeks ago. Just think boxes. Stack and stacks of boxes that I had to sift through any time I tried to sew. But now! I can see the fabric!
And just in time too, I'd say, because I have had a bunch of great new projects on my to-make list, and the improved space makes it so much more manageable!
|Special thanks to my bearded roommate for modeling (so graciously) this large, adorable, large bonnet!|
But we got it sorted out and now that little girl will celebrate her very first birthday in a autumnal bonnet (with a better fit) and matching onesie.skirt! I think this type of design might show up in the shop some time soon. Especially once I get my hands on the serger that my mother is passing along. Which reminds me, do any of you know how to use a serger??
cousin-in-law, Lacey who recently has become a certified doula! These are going out as gifts to the little ones and their parents. Virginia folks, you should look her up!
gift for my nieces, and Wren got one too. I'm glad another little one will get to tote around all her most beloved treasures on her back.