Wow, it’s been an entire month since I last blogged! I’ve been busy with some pretty big projects that I’ll be ready to share sometime soon.
More recently, I’ve been making stuffed ring stackers.
This rainbow stacker toy is great for those terribly difficult gender-unknown baby showers. Or maybe those are just difficult for me.
I *love* picking out prints and putting them in rainbow order! This is a fabulous project to do with stashed fabric.
This stacker has been in the shop for a while, go have a look.
I could not resist trying the insanely cute Gnomeville print from Michael Miller in my Play Dress pattern, and I’m so glad I did! I love gnomes, so, so much.
We tried something new for pictures today, a white backdrop hanging outside. It’s clear to me now that I need to make sure the whole thing is either shaded or lit, not with spots of light like these. Silly tree, with its iffy shading abilities.
Lyra did great, though, so I’m declaring these photos keepers.
This dress is in the shop!
After sketching this skirt design, I couldn’t decide if I wanted to make one for me or for Lyra.
Lyra wins this time.
The skirt is in the shop.
I’ve been making web-pages for the inner-nets!
A few days ago the new website for Imagination Kids Toys was launched. Go see! Here’s a little peek:
Aren’t those hedgies adorable? I love them. Go and check out the blog, too, there is pie!
I’ve put together a makeshift page covering my design services, you can see it here.
Lookie! A hippie skirt!
I love it. It’s so big and pretty.
The prints are so random. I keep finding a new favorite patch.
I’ll be able to make just a couple more in custom sizes that look pretty much just like this one, with similar prints and colors. Here’s the listing.