I’d like to believe I’m not as fickle as it might seem, not a total butterfly, but perhaps my boredom/discouragement threshold is low. So currently, I’m enthused by dyeing silk Shibori style. I still sew, but I haven’t woven in a while. I’d taken a workshop with Iteeha in January last year in tie and […]
In which I write about my first successful copy of a commercial readymade dress.
With an elegant palette of colours and attention to detail, Saira’s quilts and quilted products are a joy to behold and to own.
I first met Rohinni Juneja (The Artisan Corina) when a quilting friend brought her home for her to see my looms. Thankfully she’d been forewarned that I’m eccentric, and we hit it off quite well. Her aesthetic is so different from my own (non-existent) one, as you’ll see from the images of her work that […]
My daughter has gone up from class 2 to class 3, and today was her first day in class 3. I’m still in the phase of wanting to make stuff for her occasions and she’s still in the phase of being happy with what I make. This time’s challenge was to make her a bag […]
Ha! So I saw some dumpling pouches somewhere recently. And I felt the irresistible urge to make one again. I’d made this (a couple of them, I rarely make things singly) a while ago, using the same tutorial. I think I either made the smaller version that time, or I printed the template out at […]
I was playing around with a scheduling app a few days ago, inspired by a weeklong spring clean by Makelight. I’m sorry to report I didn’t finish following up on that but maybe at some point I will. Those of you who read my blog by visiting it might notice a strangeness. I tried to […]
Well not really, because my hands are on my phone. But yes. I don’t have my loom with me while waiting at a class. So I thought I’d blog instead. What, another stall setup? You’ll ask. Not exactly. It was an audition for an upcoming event. This would be the biggest bestest event ever if […]
Reviewing what is one of my favourite patterns
I’m easily bored and need to be entertained, like a child. New techniques, therefore, draw me in like moths to a flame. The most recent one I learnt is this one, for making chenille fabric. I had seen this earlier as well, but Debbie Shore released a video a few weeks ago that brought it […]