Or are you about ready to gouge your eyes out by now? These are for the boys. The one on the left goes with Aidan’s orange vest, and the one on the right goes with Eamonn’s blue vest. They’re both made in my usual way, with flannel backing, polymer clay buttons, and a few patches […]Read More: Think you can stand looking at a few more scarves?
I’m making scarves for the boys. They’re going to be the two columns on the left, made to match their blue and orange vests. The other three will go in my etsy shop. I had to make coordinating buttons, of course… Here’s another series of scarves I’ll be working on. The one on the left […]Read More: Scarves and Buttons
The boys and I braved 50-degree temperatures, squeaky car brakes and raging PMS for a quick trip to Wal-Mart today. I was in need of baby blue thread, and Neil not being home, I couldn’t just run out on my own. Waiting until Monday was out of the question because I really wanted all three […]Read More: Poor little misfit scarf
See? Told ya my Swamp color scheme and the Bleeker Street fabric belonged together! It practically looks like I custom-mixed those clay colors to match, doesn’t it? I think this combination is just yummy. And what is interesting to note is that there is no actual aqua in the Swamp scheme. The light blue and […]Read More: Matchy-matchy
It took me the better part of the afternoon, but I made my first scarf today. I pieced together some coordinating fabrics for the front and used a solid-color flannel for the back. I also got to try out a technique that I had tested yesterday on scraps – polymer clay appliqué onto fabric. I […]Read More: Granny’s scarf – I think.