I'm starting to lose track of the days. The weeks are flying by and some days I have nothing interesting but work going on. Life needs to slow down a bit. But here we are,
Started some new recycled bags. Something went wrong with the black fabric and the stripes ended up being too small to fit on the floral. Still figuring out what to do about it.
Today was my first day of Refashioning Class. I made my way into New York and found the school, and eventually found my class. Taking this class makes me miss college but it also reminds me how far I've come in the short period since graduating. I would love to take more classes and really love taking only what interests me.
Finished a few of the recycled clutches. Actually, they aren't finished because they need twist lock closures, but I ran out.
These six fabrics are my favorites. The prints and colors in this collection are so stunning and I've been saving them for about 2 years now. I can't hold on to them anymore so I'm making new wrist-lets out of them.
These next few pictures are really boring. I've starting working on the farm on Fridays since I haven't been scheduled in Hoboken. We were starting a new online project and needed product photos so this is one of the photos I took.
This is what we primarily sell on the farm. Naturally raised meats.
Drew and I went out for dinner at the Madison. It was on the other side of town but it was a nice night to walk. Food was good, not great and service (our waitress) was worse than the food. I don't think I'd go back unless I had a real reason to. (Although the mudslide I ordered was delicious)
Every spare moment I got was spent sewing my costume.
My first project for refashion class. This was a boyfriend cardi and a floral blouse from H&M. I love how it turned out.
Getting my accessories ready for Halloween. Glitter heels and glitter tights.
Happy Halloween! Rainbow Fish!
Out-take from a photo session on the farm. We had customer appreciation day today and had a great turnout!
Drew and I had our semi-regular Sunday date night. We went out for subs and they wrote "His and Hers" on the bags. I thought it was so cute!