Check my Instagram to see how I drew this on a piece of cotton fabric. My oldest daughter Caylin drew this breakfast illustration. Fabric Markers from Arteza Read More →
I am so excited to show you my new Spring pincushions! They are all 12 different illustrations and available for download at SewingIllustration.com Fabric and notions: Guernsey collection from Moda. Available at Fat Quarter Shop and Green Fairy Quilts Aurifil 50wt dark thread Cotton ribbons: Daily like Canada Read More →
“Mom, your roses are upside down!” That’s the first comment I heard about my Rose Bouquet runner. Did you feel the same?
Lecien: 1000Color Collection, L’s Mordern 2015 Spring, Retro 30’s Aurifil: Dark brown 40wt, Ivory 12wt Warm quilt batting DMC embroidery thread Sewing machine: Brother with Applique foot Read More →
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6 designs of Pintable Pattern Download: SewingIllustration.com How to make : Read More →
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Hello my crafty friends. It has been a while and I missed my blog.
It took me two whole days to embroider 4 years old Claire’s drawing on linen. I am sitting in the middle of messy house with back and neck pain now.
I wish I had one.
Do you have a little artist like my Claire? She is 4 years old and her drawing amazes me. I have been saving all my three girls’ drawings and paintings since they grabbed a pencil. When I am run out of ideas, their art inspire me. Today, I want to share my kid’s art tea mat idea with you. *finished size is 5inch x 5inch. 1.Cut 3 white linen, allow 0.5inch seams. Copy your kid’s drawing with erasable pen. (Use window. ^^) 2.By hand or sewing machine, stitch the drawing. 3.Put remain 2 pieces of linen on top of 2. 4.Sew all theRead More →
Beautiful Sunday here! I finally finished my “CAMERA BAG” last night. I made only the body long ago when I was so into drawing cameras with my sewing machine. (I still love camera image though) An unfinished project was neglected and forgotten. It was used as a handmade card storage. What a waste for the beautiful sewing illustration!