2018. 1. 15. Monday   2018. 1. 16. Tuesday   2018. 1. 17. Wednesday   2018. 1. 18. Thursday   2018. 1. 19. Friday   2018. 1. 20. Saturday   2018. 1. 21. Sunday      Read More →

Beautiful Polymer Clay buttons and pins are made by Suhobi Instagram @suhobiart Find my Needle Case pattern at my book Sew Illustrated. (co-authored by Kristin Esser) Fabric used: Dear Diary collection 100% Wool Felt from Taylored Expressions        Read More →

My new Roud Travel Bag pattern is available on my pattern shop here.   Fabric and notions used: Tild LemonTree Collection Soft and Stable from ByAnnie.com Aurifil 50wt cotton threads    Read More →

2017. 12. 25. Monday   2017. 12. 26. Tuesday   2017. 12. 27. Wednesday   2017. 12. 28. Thursday left: my drawing 6years ago right: my daughter Caylin’s Christmas gift   2017. 12. 29. Friday   2017. 12. 30. Saturday   2017. 12. 31. Sunday                      Read More →

Hello friends, I am happy to show you my new Boxy Sewing Bag! The pattern is available on my pattern shop, SewingIllustration.com.      Fabric and notions used: Tilda LemonTree Collection. Soft and Stable from By Annie Aurifil 50wt cotton threads zipper from By Annie    Read More →

2017. 12. 18. Monday   2017. 12. 19. Tuesday   2017. 12. 20. Wednesday   2017. 12. 21. Thursday   2017. 12. 22. Friday   2017. 12. 23. Saturday   2017. 12. 24. Sunday    Read More →

  Hello friends, I remember that day when I was sitting on my desk, waiting for Stephanie from Modern Sewciety to call me. I made a cup of tea next me and kept checking if there’s any noise from out side. It was quiet morning and I could only hear cars from the distance. The phone rang and I answered. Then all my worries and nervousness melt away. She has such calming voice and loving heart. I had so much fun chatting with Stephanie talking about all the fun things like sewing, designing, photography and even cooking! It’s good to have a girl friend andRead More →

I began for myself but as the steps added up, I started thinking of my mom. I don’t remember when was the last time I bought her a bag, a scarf or clothes… My mom always said that she didn’t need anything and I was silly enough to believe that. There are very few things I’ve given my mom in the past decade. I wish I knew that I would live abroad and I wouldn’t be able to meet her often. Now I am a mother of three girls and whenever my girls ask me what I want for Christmas, for birthday or for anniversary,Read More →

2017. 12. 11. Monday   2017. 12. 12. Tuesday   2017. 12. 13. Wednesday   2017. 12. 14. Thursday Handcrafted gift from Ivelina   2017. 12. 15. Friday   2017. 12. 16. Saturday   2017. 12. 17. Sunday        Read More →

Hello friends, I am so excited to share my new Stitched Felt block pouch! The instruction is as same as my Chubby Pouch. You can purchase my pouch pattern here.       When Claire asked me what chubby meant long ago, I said it meant cute. I still think everything chubby is cute. 🙂   Here’s a short video that shows how to use Sizzix Big Shot machine and Die.   After cutting the desired shapes, arrange them on the quilted pouch front. Using a fabric glue or a school glue stick, attach the cutout shapes in place.   Hand stitch each element using embroideryRead More →

2017. 12. 4. Monday Chloe’s desk 2017. 12. 5. Tuesday   2017. 12. 6. Wednesday   2017. 12. 7. Thursday   2017. 12. 8. Friday   2017. 12. 9. Saturday   2017. 12. 10. Sunday      Read More →

*Pincushion pattern available  here.   Hello friends, I had been given many nice Christmas gifts but there’s a particular gift that I can’t forget. It is a mini felt teddy bear handmade for me by my high school friend. At the time neither one of us really knew anything about sewing. Her first teddy bear wasn’t perfect, it had uneven stitches and crooked neck. However I was so thrilled to get such a special gift, and I loved it so much because of the time she spent making on little bear just for me! I have kept her little felt bear in a special drawer forRead More →

2017. 11. 27. Monday   2017. 11. 28. Tuesday   2017. 11. 29. Wednesday     2017. 11. 30. Thursday   2017. 12. 1. Friday   2017. 12. 2. Saturday   2017. 12.  3. Sunday        Read More →

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