My photo troubles are getting worse. These photos are by far the most miserable I have taken in a while. No matter what I do in the photo editing department they are still dismal. This weekend we are camera shopping. For me its like buying a new bra. Who wants to spend that much money on a piece of equipment? My husband has been pushing for a DSLR for years but I hate to lug it around and deal with the lenses. I am more of a point and shoot kind of girl but the quality is clearly poor. With all of this in mind please bear with these poor photos.
I am working my way through these darling patterns of Elizabeth's. Picturing a small white feather tree in my studio full of felt ornaments. This is the Bavarian Set...
Spanish couple adorned with vintage trim and doll button earrings.
Polar bear fits I tell you...I must have re-stitched him three times and still I think he could be better...Either way this is the Eskimo couple.
Thought you might like to see how I keep my patterns. By sliding the instructions, pieces and a photo into a clear three ring sleeve I can pull it out and be ready to work any time. Most of the time I will cut my felt pieces and slide it in the sleeve along with matching thread for clutter control.
All of these are kept in an enormous 5 inch binder that was on one of my kiddos school supply list but never used. I quickly made use of it. All of these patterns are available on Elizabeth's website. Truly a generous creative soul.
Meri these are for you...a sweet busy boy in his coveralls.
This set is definitely newer...hence the vinyl toy tools.
I must head out and harvest the money off my dry tree so that I can afford a camera...ha! One year my mom decorated the Christmas tree in one dollar bills. It was cute. Lots of research will be happening so that I pick the right one...wish me luck!