>This is the size small adult shirt. I have made actually two of these, one for me and one for the store. This is a pull-over top. This shirt is the same as the skirt in that it is not lined to give you ease in matching your clothes for the day; just wear a camisole or tank top of your choice in color. I think it has a soft feminine touch with jeans or a skirt. When paired with the matching crocheted skirt, it has a real nice 1950’s starlet look.
28 Feb 2008 8 Comments
I also made a shirt, and I have just enough hexes to make another shirt and skirt for the store. The second set is only half made at the moment.
On a side note for those who are on Ravelry, you can find me here.
26 Feb 2008 11 Comments
in job wanted
>So things have happened recently in our lives that require me to find a job. If any of my readers know of something I can do from home I would be so grateful. I love being a full time Mom but I am not sure that is possible any more.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
23 Feb 2008 5 Comments
- 100% cotton
- hand crocheted
- 10 double sided satin ribbon bows with bead embellishments
- 2 antique mop buttons (mop = mother of pearl)
- OOAK (one of a kind)
18 Feb 2008 1 Comment
>I hope you are all enjoying this day with your kids since they are all out of school in most of the USA. Me, I am hanging curtains and making curtains; nothing fancy, just trying to cover up some really big windows in my family room. It has been like living in a fish bowl for the last 6 months, and I just can’t take it too much longer.
18 Feb 2008 Leave a comment
1. the start of three dresses? or just shirts, 2. on tree, 3. hung on tree, 4. front with out buttons but after star, 5. poinsettia / The journey, 6. kid airplane ornament, 7. more blooms, 8. butterfly pillow,
9. suzyhomemakers mini quilt is done, 10. This block is made by clare, 11. 1st finished butterfly for curtain, 12. 3rd butterfly on curtain, 13. lt and dk pink tatting, 14. hex granny squares, 15. antique tatting, 16. more antique tatting,