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All this needs now, is a little bit of ribbon, to weave through the eyelet design. Tried to find a dusty, cornflower blue, but there was nothing even close. So, pale blue it is. This is the same design as this one. Can’t seem to get more than one of these in the shop. They are so lightweight, they work with car seats and strollers, and pretty enough to work well for baby pictures and christenings.
As soon as the ribbon gets here, this blanket will be ready for pictures and then it’s all ready to head to a new home.
Not quite enough to make shortcake with yet…… The plants are starting to bloom, the bed is filling in and I’m even remembering to water!
Our little patch is not large enough to really DO anything with the berries but pick & enjoy!
Tastes like summer!
I have had this piece of fabric for a long time. I pulled it out of my ‘stash’ months ago and kept moving it around the studio. I knew what I wanted to make, I just needed to wait for a bit of time and a clear cutting table to lay it out.
I have a thing for roses…..as well as ruffles and when they are combined, I am quite happy! This scarf is a repeat of one I had in my shop last year, same design, different fabric. Roses tho! This was the week and here is the new scarf.
This design has a multiple personality, as this works really well as a scarf….obviously, but also works as a shawl due to the larger size. A great addition to your travel wardrobe, acting as a wrap for cooler evenings. If you’re headed to the beach, this works as a swimsuit cover up too, just tie around your hips and you’re all set!
The fabric is lightweight and silky, so it also will work as a dramatic tie on a summer hat. Because of the ruffles running the length of the piece, this will work as a head wrap, sort of turban style too.
I have additional pictures posted here, along with the dimensions and complete description.
Taking breaks from the sewing room to spend some time in the garden. Continuing to put in seeds for salad greens. Holding the line with the slug population…..hoping to keep them from the veggie garden.
Watering already, as Seattle has someone elses weather. It is sunny & hot here, which is not typical. We usually get that kind of weather after July 4th.