Holiday Sewing

Happy New Year! Our family was lucky enough to have the free time this season to spend together (did a lot of playing) but I also did a lot of sewing over the holidays and wanted to share some pictures of the finished products made with core materials purchased on Etsy.
mom's bag
I made this purse for my Mom, modeled it after a vintage "weekender" bag. It seemed like it could be best used for toting around her quilting or crochet projects. The awesome 60's vintage print cotton was sourced from MoonParade . I highly recommend her to anyone who sews (or enjoys any kind of crafting) Reina ships very quickly, is super sweet, and always ties my packages together with some kind of amazing trim (which I always use later) as a ribbon.
dads nano case
I also made this Ipod Nano case for my Dad, I wanted it to look like an authentic, Chinese "little happy bundle" So, I found this hand stamped muslin ribbon at Kawaiigoodies. It was the first time I had purchased anything from this seller, but it arrived very quickly and was the perfect touch for this present. I'm embarrassed to write that I'm still working on presents for my sister and niece (and my brother's birthday which is right around the corner)
interview 2

This batch order for babybird set me back a bit. She bought up all the last pieces of my cashmere for our little bonnets....and now I'm movin' onto Spring:)


  1. im in love with that bag!

  2. I'm back!!! :D Ohhh... It feels so good to be back reading your blog and seeing Devon's darling face again. I hope I hadn't miss out too much?

    2010 must have been great for you but I hope 2011 would be even better. Happy new year!~~~~ :)

    Rheea & Nono

  3. i am dying over that bag!!! will you make me one for my camera! please oh pretty please!!!!

  4. I am totally adoring that bag. You did a great job, it really looks like an authentic vintage piece. And good for you, already thinking about spring!