I didn't just have conjunctivitis, I also had a sinus infection. It took me DOWN. Also, it's made a lot of detail work I could be doing impossible. When I tilt my head down to focus on what my hands are doing I feel all the weight of the crap in my sinuses and it … Continue reading Stuffed Animal Renewal.
Rehab: While cleaning up my craft room (as part of a Mom/Craftmas is coming I’m also tackling “to do” unfinished work. This might be my inability to avoid distraction or it might legit be reducing my clutter/ getting things prepared so that craft work can begin whenever I’m ready. Dal surgery: A baggie Dal I … Continue reading Replacing broken knee joint
My Sadness has tiny little feet. She falls over easily. 100¥ shop time! I bought cork coasters, a set of adhesive felt squares and (not shown) a wooden dowel. I then glued two coasters together and drilled a hole slightly narrower than the wooden dowel. You could easily cut a hole with an X-acto razor. … Continue reading Sadness stands
I'm taking my Sunday to make a free tutorial. Why am I working for free? I've benefited from SO many online free tutorials that I'd like to give back. Please don't hesitate to give me feedback on what needs to be tweeked...or show me pictures if you use this. Disclaimer: No one wants to read … Continue reading Moana Wrap Dress Tutorial
Now we're going to make an obi sash for the yukata. 22cm x 12cm fabric for bow 3cm x 6cm fabric for bow center 32cm x 15cm fabric for body. Fuseable batting 28cm x 5.5cm. Obi Body With a 2cm margin on the sides and a 4.5cm margin from the top and bottom, fuse batting … Continue reading Obi Sash Tutorial.
Ok, here's my second take on making the yukata/kimono. First version is here. I smoothed out the curve on the first pattern I made. I also made the area where the front joins the back (a the shoulders) a little smaller by shaving .5cm off it. I should have added a centimeter to the bottom … Continue reading Doll Kimono: take two!
I hesitate to call this a tutorial because I'm still figuring out ways to make this. This is a a loose guide as to what I'm doing at best. Disclaimer: I just realized that in most of the yellow yukata pictures in here I have the right side folded over the left. I should have … Continue reading A very very loose play by play: Kimono