Posts Tagged ‘mardi gras’
I spent a wonderful two days in New Orleans at the beginning of June. It was a very spontaneous trip, and I can’t believe how much fun and visiting I crammed in!
Even though I haven’t lived there since 2009, I still call everyone on Wilson Drive my neighbors. The lady across the street is Sharon, ...Read more.
I’ve been making more beaded fabric necklaces to give away at Burning Man. They’re easy, recycled, colorful, and handmade!
It’s part playa prep, part procrastination from other work. Two birds with one stone!
In case I don’t see you to give you one of these, find out how to make your own!
I’m not into steampunk at all but I am into the fabulous and absurd, so pink and ruby epaulettes are right up my alley.
They look pretty damn good on my silver blazer, and would also kick ass at Burning Man and beyond.
The bar pin keeps them from shifting around and is comfortable to ...Read more.
Here’s the promised tutorial for making fabric necklaces!
These necklaces are an easy project that don’t require much skill. The only sewing required is one long, straight seam. This project is also great for using up a scrap of a special fabric that you don’t want to toss out. It can be done ...Read more.
I’ve been making these fabric-wrapped necklaces for about a year now. They’re nice to have on the table at art markets, and a great way to use up strips of pretty fabrics.
These are all made from silks, and the two-tone necklaces are made from chiffon. I use different beads inside them, but they’re mostly ...Read more.
Although I designed this coat for those chilly playa nights at Burning Man, it just so happens to be cold in our hemisphere right now. How convenient!
If staying warm is your goal, this is the coat for the job! This fabulous textured rainbow shell is a heavy-duty upholstery fabric. I ...Read more.