I tend to forget about many of the small sewing projects I have made over the years. Most of them are one of a kind, made for friends and family for specific occasions. I enjoy thinking about the end user as I merrily create in my quiet studio. Her is my production schedule for this month.
3 Tote bags Made from upholstery and drapery samples, made in 2 weekends with Lorna for my friend Elaine who donated fabric,
one I made for Audrey, and one, was mostly made by Lorna, for herself.
2 sachets Made from drapery sample fabric and lavender from by garden for my niece Licia
6 bean bags with rice and lavender for Licia's kids, Savannah and Charlie
1 skirt for Audrey, with buttons up the front, made from a favorite shirt belonging to my 'now to skinny for it' husband Joel.
The white linen, with little red and blue boats on it.
1 shop apron Made from a pair of Jeans for Joel from his old pair of size 42 levis that no longer fit. Yea Joel!
11 warmers Made from a new green fleece blanket, filled with rice and lavender ( one minute in the microwave) I modified a
pattern from my sister to make a strap handle on each end of a 2 foot long by 6 inch wide pillow that feels and smells
wonderful wrapped on the back of the neck. It also serves as a door or window snake to keep out drafts on windy
12 warmers Made from tiger print fleece, to be filled with rice.
16 t-shirts Royal blue purchased t-shirts, modified with superman logos, and iron on letters to form the name of the student on
14 capes Red silky superman capes with blue satin ribbon ties for our classroom.