Tuesday, June 14, 2011

In the Studio -- Tutorials : :

So far this week, I have spent most of my sewing time creating two new very detailed sewing tutorials. It has certainly given me a new appreciation for how much work goes into these, but honestly I have enjoyed the process!

First, here's a little peek at my "Heart Felt Pillow Cover." This is a reverse applique project combining felt and fabric that I just finished for the next issue of Fat Quarterly. I'll be sure to share all the details as soon as I can!
Project for Fat Quarterly

And, here's my "Fabric Lover's Apron" I promised! Still a work in progress at the moment, but so very close to being finished! All that's left are the waist straps and typing up the instructions and I.AM.DONE! This photos makes me think a Loulouthi cafe curtain would be super cute!
Loulouth Apron Tutorial
If all goes well, my apron tutorial should be ready for action tomorrow! Get your fabrics ready and be sure to stop back!!!

9 comments:

ElfRenee said...

Oooh, so pretty!

Tricia @ SweeterThanSweets said...

Can't wait to see the tutorials! They are a lot of work but we readers love them! =)

Catherine said...

I'm ready, I'm ready!

I appreciate all of the work you're doing getting the tutorials ready. Can't wait to make the apron!

ana said...

ooo. can't wait. i want to make it for my sister - she's quite the baker.

Amanda said...

Fun tutorials! I love the reverse applique - can't wait to see :)

Stoney Creek Mercantile said...

The felt pillow is so cute! I have that bird print fabric as well, I love it! Thanks for the hard work on the tutorials!

thestoryofkat said...

Gosh you've been busy, this is so comprehensive and I love the band with the tie and gathered waist! Also, congrats on your pattern in Fat Quarterly, that is so cool!

Rachel Hauser said...

Congrats on the Fat Quarterly project! I love your reverse applique on felt concept and with the embroidery tracings like that, it's even better. I'm starting to wish I had a subscription!

Anna said...

verrry pretty! the felt project looks so cool!