one of the little details that excites me the most about vintage style is the prevalence of embroidery. it’s so personal, so crafty, so kitschy–it’s just somehow exactly the kind of vintage touch that can lend an unexpected elegance to a garment. my heart melts a little bit every time i see a 40′s or [...]
So it involves a needle, thread, and fabric. Not quite sewing I know, but work has kept me separated from my sewing machine. Hand embroidery is something I could do at work so I worked on these panels. I finished in roughly 5 days. They are kitchen proverbs I found online that had an old-fashioned [...]
I always purchase sunglasses at discount stores, so they never come with a case. I combined my new-found love of embroidery with my love of repurposing things to come up with this bright, vintage-inspired sunglasses case. Check out my blog, Just Five Minutes More, for details.
Some nights I am torn: my mind and my hands want to create something, but my body is just too tired to cut fabric and sit hunched over my sewing machine. Some nights I just want to hang out on the couch with my husband and watch our favorite tv shows… but make something at [...]
Hi! I show you here scans of my PAQUITA magazine from 1951 (mexican magazine), these patterns are for Spring dresses, if you like you can print them and do them, if you have trouble getting the images please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This Sunday are images from my 30s embroidery catalogs by Frederick Herrschner.
This Sunday. Frederick Herrschner Inc. from the summer of 1930.