I have so many things I’m working on right now, and so many pieces of fabric/yarn that I have plans for!
This dress is made out of a whole bunch of fat quarters as well as some suiting fabric for the skirt. It’s one of my pieces that is closest to being complete – all that needs to be done is the hems and all of the hand sewing. My plan for this dress had been to finish it in time for a school dance, but I ended up with only three days to make the entire dress, two of those being school days!
I found these projects in a bag in my closet. I don’t think these will ever be finished, and will probably be frogged soon. The cowl is knit, and the doll is crochet, and resembles the fairies from Humanity Has Declined (creepy!).These are pieces of fabric that I have plans for/don’t know what to do with. The fabulous Phineas and Ferb fabric will be made into a dress inspired by a comic book dress I saw online.
The two fabric swatches on the right are from the website Spoonflower. I received both of those swatches during two separate free swatch promotions hosted by Spoonflower. The swatch on the far right is a silky faille swatch of the fabric Chibi Great Ones. I’m not a big fan of how the fabric feels, but I love the adorable Lovecraft based design! I might have to buy more! The fabric swatch right next to it is my own design, Polka Dot Cats! My swatch is printed on Organic Cotton Knit, and I’m really happy with how it came out. I made some small adjustments, and now it’s up for sale as fabric and gift wrap in my Spoonflower Shop!
I’m not sure what to make out of these two swatches, but I think that they would make cute pockets on a skirt or a sweatshirt. However, I do want to buy more of my design and make either a pleated skirt or a dress.
These aren’t all of my works in progress, but these are the ones I don’t think I’ll be finishing very soon. I have a few finished objects that I hope I can get pictures of soon, but there aren’t many good places to take pictures in my house (note the above pictures being taken in front of a door) and there’s so