It’s a humble thing a potholder, but sort of useful. I made my first on on a little loom with loops and went door to door selling them for a quarter. They sold like…hotcakes? potholders! Well I am still at it, now dyeing cloth or cutting up quilt tops that don’t work out, layering batting […]
Well here he is with his first internet modelling job, young (very young) Max Rotaru stepping out on the town in one of Cheriezee’s hand dyed onesies! And isn’t he stylish in all his baby hippie splendor??? It’s always swell to see my creations being used, even if he’ll only fit in them for about […]
Well here they are, tiny baby onesies and other cute garments scrunch dyed in jars. I can tell I was out of red and my fuscia (a primary) was sort of thick and a few will have to go back in they are just too too pale… whats going to cover all the barf that […]
I bought about 30 tiny onesies this morning at a garage sale for .25 each with a volume discount (of course)! and set to dyeing them. Here they are stuffed in their little cups after being soaked in a mixture of soda ash and water. 20 minutes later, stage 2! […]
You know they aren’t kidding when they say it’s a dogs life! And nobody does it better than the Binkster, dog with a thousand names. I am going to paint him later in a slightly more noble pose.
I spent the afternoon with Margaret Jankowski packing the new donated Bernina “bernette” sewing machines into large cartons for the shipper to take to the Mayan Families Project in Guatemala. Margaret did the heavy heave ho and I packed fabric and thread that were also donated. They head out on Saturday to make a lot […]