Not crafting in a straight line

Earth Day Inchies Swap-Chin up Liz

So this weekend found me in Eastern Washington over the other side of the Cascades in the warm Walla Walla sun.

Perfect weekend for crafting, relaxing and eating amazing home-cooked food.I created two summer dresses for the young lady of the house.Free-knitted up my naughty supplies from Pike while the household slept in on Saturday morning into a small purse.The ¬†inspiration can from the magazine I purchased on Thursday “Haute Handbags”.

We played with vintage crocheted dollies to make clutch bags.A nice way to remember a great Grandma.

Then I used all my dress making skills to create a a linen summer print tote and a couple of grocery bags.I left the house with one cut out next to the sewing machine for our host.Apologies to the rest of the household that all the crafting bins had been out and explored !

1 thought on “Not crafting in a straight line

  1. Anna Maddox

    Hi Debbie,

    We recently met at St. Margarets Thrift Store when you bought a couple of stained glass lamps. The very next day, a customer donated three plastic bins of glass and ceramic lids of all colors, shapes and sizes. I thought you might want them or maybe know someone who could use them in an art installation project. Please send me an email and let me know. It was lovely talking with you the other day. Cheers!

    Anna

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