Friday, June 10, 2011

Studio insights and Helpful Bloggers!

Thanks to all of you wonderful, helpful bloggers, like Studio Waterstone , and numerous others, I can finally sew in a zipper! (with the lining) After 30 some years of sewing, you'd think that would be a piece of cake by now! Anyway, I have been having fun making clutches lately. The size works out so well with some of the smaller fabric and leather upholstery samples I have collected .
These is a sampling of the clutches I have made lately (some of them for sale in my Etsy store )

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So, Thank you, Thank you!!!! for all of your generosity and great tutorials  that made these possible!

9 comments:

Kath said...

Wow I learned to do a ziiper in 7th grade, made the Homec teacher made. But I knew how to sew and that's what I wanted to learn, other wise I found the class Boring.

I'm glad you're enjoying yourself.

debi said...

Ok, I know How to sew in zippers, but not with the lining AND I don't like to do it! LOL! I still remember my home ec dress! Aline, raglan sleeve, green with blue dots and a back zipper! Cute!!

Annette said...

I can do zippers, but I don't like doing them. I'd much rather do button holes! The clutches are gorgeous!!!

found and sewn said...

love your new work xxx

Lisa said...

Great Bags! Love the details on the southwestern wristlet ♥

Ana PatrĂ­cia said...

What super cute clutches! I'm glad you enjoyed the wedding photos! It was a wonderful trip!

Chez'Flea said...

Hi Debi,

Oh that baby is cute!!! Loved seeing you. Lotsoflove

Hair Bows Wonderworld said...

Oh, those clutches are so cute!

Lori @ Studio Waterstone said...

WooHoo Great job! That little flower pouch is GORGEOUS!