I did a little redesign, that counts as crafting, right? I think the bright colors are a little more me, not that I’m particularly bright but I’m certainly loud and I demand lots of attention. The header is a segment of this picture, my first attempt at teaching myself to treble crochet and some snazzy buttons. I’m rather in love with that absurd shade of citron.
Since fiddling with colors took up much of my morning (along with laying around in bed and checking my e-mail), I thought I’d post some older pictures. These were my first professionally done pictures, I got them in trade at Craft Attack. These were shot by Danielle Anthony who, in addition to being talented, is a total pleasure to work with.
I think I made a post about these way back in October of last year and I neglected to ever post pictures! I intended to sell them at Craft Attack, but they didn’t move very well. (Although I did get rid of one in trade.) Each one measures about 5″ by 7″ (9″ by 7″ when opened). They are lined with a contrasting fabric. Matching the fabrics and finding buttons to go was totally my favorite part.
I am absolutely in love with the birdy fabric on the fourth pouch. The pattern runs along the bias, which I adsolutely adore, and the birdies are so wee and lovely. It got lined with a red and white polka dot.
The first pouch was part of a fat quarter trade, an adorable floral. The fourth pouch is a vintage pillowcase from Goodwill and the fifth is from a set of napkins that were on sale at Walmart. I’m considering making a little curtain for the kitchen window from the fabric on the last pouch.
The black and white one is lined with a teeny dancing skeleton print, I think it’s one of my favorites of the batch.
The fourth one is made from a towel from the dollar store. I think it was there because the little jars on it say “sill” rather than “dill”, but I loved the colors and the absolutely horrified expression on the little fishes.