Just a few little totes that have made their way out of my studio these past weeks. These two above, for our mamas for Mother's Day. We feel so lucky that our babes know their grandparents so very well - three of them living just on the other side of town. And so spending a bit of time with each of them on Mother's Day was a very special and lovely part of our day.
Another Mother's Day giftie, to my little sister. Recently she asked me to show her how to embroider, and she was completely hooked in a matter of minutes. So sweet. So this was for her - some things of her own to get started with.
And this one, headed to another Mama who inspires me greatly. I think this vintage green floral print is my favorite fabric of the moment, and so just as this bag was finished up, I cut into the last piece to make one for myself. All that green - I love it. I realize now looking at these last two bags that I've been inspired by Lotta Jansdotter's Simple Sewing more than I realized.
Did anyone catch the PBS series Crafting in America last night? I was seriously wishing we had cable, or at least some bunny ears so I could see it. Jennifer at Craftsanity did her most recent interview with the director of the documentary - I was so inspired just listening to her talk about the process of making the series. I don't know if it will be rerun, but the DVD is available for purchase here.
Happy Thursday! (Short weeks are the best).