It will probably be used more than any other project I ever made. It is small, fits in a purse or backpack, and when closed, the contents cannot be identified. It is the Destashification Mystery Project and takes less than … Continue reading
The Arizona Desert in the summer is hot, but the AC is not. Most buildings are air conditioned to a surprisingly cool temperature, although even 80 degrees is chilly after being in 110+ degrees. To ward off the summer indoor … Continue reading
The Mystery Project remains a mystery. Perhaps a picture of the interior will help identify this very useful and discrete item.
Simple to make. Excellent use of fabric from The Scrap Stash. It is approximately 3″ by 5″…..and is very useful. Any guesses?
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The fabric flower embellishments include a coral rose, shown on the left side of this photo. They are simply a strip of fabric slightly gathered and rolled up. 1. Start with a strip of fabric approximately 3″ wide by 12″ … Continue reading
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Embellishment Detail Fabric flowers are simple to make embellishments for anything from T-shirts to clutches. A few leaves scattered among the flowers adds that extra touch to the embellishments. The leaves on the Rose Top were made from the scraps … Continue reading
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The Fabric Flowers on the Rose Top received numerous comments when I wore it out last night, so I thought I would try my first tutorial on how to make them. All of the flowers except the coral roses are … Continue reading
Fabric Roses can be so beautiful. While searching through The Stash I found some small pieces of dark rose colored silks. One was a sheer and one was a duipioni. Neither was large enough to make a top individually, but … Continue reading
Graduation was 2,000 miles away. I needed something to carry The Stash Couture Wardrobe across the US. I had already engineered and completed the Carry-On, but the dresses and skirts would need a dress-sized garment bag. I had some pieces … Continue reading
I have always loved Marcy Tilton’s Vogue Skirt Pattern (Vogue 8561). The pattern must have been in The Stash since it was first printed. I just could not find the perfect fabric. There is one fabric that I will break … Continue reading