Thursday, November 18, 2010

Cookie's casserole cover and more!

Cookie's attractive and clever design for a casserole cover is what we all plan to make for a gift soon. Maybe even one for me, who aspires to be like the selfish seamstress. Who else can really appreciate my work? I do love the fabric she chose, as well as that embroidery with a capital *C* in the middle. It's just charming. Thanks so much, Cookie.

Karen has an addiction to dyeing silk scarves. And what beautiful scarves she serves up - who wouldn't be addicted? Now who said there is a thin line between hobby and addiction?

And here is Martha's failed attempt to enter the ASG Atlanta president's challenge this year. We had to make something with fabric costing under $10 from a sponsor. This wool is from Gail K and is under $10, but not the silk B&W checked taffeta. Darn.

Desi modeled this clever towel wrap for wet hair. What an interesting idea. I need one of these, especially in the winter when wet drippy hair is no fun! Great idea, Desi.

And, oh, Lucretia. Love your ribbon vest. What beautiful workmanship. Or is that workladyship. Either way, gorgeous!

Check out the TDF wool coat that Rena made for her daughter. It almost fits Rena and is adorable on her. Imagine how darling her daughter is in this coat. Love the bubble hem.

At left, Jan shows us another of her adorable sunny outfits for Ms. Delilah who must be the most stylist toddler ever. She is well loved by Jan, as well as Whip Stitch who inspires Jan.