Thursday, April 5, 2012

Slate & Lagoon

Back to sewing. 

Some piping and top-stitching, and one mammoth button.

I'm doing a strap experiment. See? Tubular! 

I'm not sure if I like the print or not. It's a bit floral and feminine. I might have to tone it down with embroidery. And more piping.

P.S. Clean forgot that I'm supposed to share about that piñata. Only just remembered. Where did I put the photos? Gotta find those photos. 

P.P.S. Realized that reading Quantum Physics reminds me a lot of this modern sewing movement going on now. Who would've thought it? I must write about this soon. 


  1. Yo también he probado con estas asas tubulares y me gustan... pero no sé si son realmente cómodas.

  2. can't wait to read about the quantom things...

    is the big button called as mammoth?? hehehe...what a surprise...

  3. hmmm... the print is a little feminine but there's not very much of it - I think it'll work!

    Very interested to read your thoughts on Quantum Physics & the modern sewing movement.... must go Google Quantum Physics...

  4. Well, I loved the prints! and I thought you made quite a tasteful matching with the piping color and the buttons. But it may be a good idea to use the wrong side of the fabric at some point in order to "tone down" the floral as well.
    I'd love to see how your project finishes :D

  5. Love that you plan to tone down the femininity with embroidery!

    Very curious about the Quantum Physics sewing relationship...

  6. LiEr, you inspired me to read some physics-y stuff again. I got Mr. Tompkins out of the library (they didn't have Alice in Quantumland!!) and I'm going to give it a shot. It's been about 7 years since my last QM course, so we'll see how it goes!

    P.S. I can't wait to hear about your QM<-->sewing thoughts!


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