Monday, July 26, 2010

As I promised, I'm sharing these.

Humbly, hands sewed these..

I use recycle papers for tracing/guide.

Mister Baby's pillows and their brand new cases by mommy :)

Halter Top


Cut the sleeves and a bit portion at the bottom for the ribbon.


I got the tutorial for the halter top here.


And the antique workstation..


Semi-electric because of that little black pedal


janjan said...

wow! i wish i can do that! so creative... and i love the halter top! it rocks!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow! That was awesome!

You made me miss my dressmaking lessons in SOM hahaha! I don't know if i can still operate a sewing machine. But really, you made me wanna be crafty too!

i'm no miss said...

@Jan - Thanks jan. Those pillow cases were really e-f-f-o-r-t. I hurdled through the faulty machine because I wanted my first sewing project be that for mister baby.

The halter top barely needed sewing at all. You could even do it without sewing!

@Mitch - Where have you been? Glad you're back now.

Oh, I'm pretty sure you could still do it. We were thought in grade school also (Grade 6) but I remembered nothing hahaha! The machine is pretty user-friendly, even though it's ages old..:)

Anonymous said...

My internet connection made me invisible for a week. You never know how many times i called Smartbro! Hahaha! I'd been dying to read posts but i can't because i have a weak connection. It's just starting to get stable now so i am grabbing the opportunity to catch up.

Well i hope so its been 11 years since i've touched a sewing machine. We were taught to operate the Hi-speed sewing machines too! Really scary to use though hahaha!

Ratz said...

Oh my god An.. they are really good.. you got great talent Lady.... loved the halter top.. just so cool.. keep the good work up :-D

Emily Jane said...

Wow, you're so talented! Very cool! :)

Gnetch said...

Those. Were. Effing. Awesome!!!!

Sewing has always been my frustration, you know?! I have never tried it. I think, at my age, it's too late to learn! What??? :D

The Daring Domesticate said...

Awesome job on the sewing projects! I also like how you use an antique machine!

I also wanted to drop by and let you know that I nominated you for an award! Check out my blog to get the award.

Alexandra Crocodile said...

I'm rather impressed! I didn't know you were so handy:)

FeliciaE said...

Love the tank!

Hope on over to my blog,I am giving you an award!

Meg said...

love the halter top....u hav got amazing skills...super cool