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it would be fun to create something to sell. But really, I neverthought it would really happen – but it did. The process of creatinga purse pattern, picking out fabric, sewing things together and thenselling them is really something I love. And the part I love the mostis that each purse that I make is a one-of-a-kind.”
IMAGINE GNATS: “i’m rachael, the all-around crafty lady behind imagine gnats, a blog where you can read about my crafty adventures and an etsy shop where you can get in on the action. i make dolls, skirts, purses and bags, all of which are also available for custom order (my favorite thing to do). you’ll also find graphic prints, some featuring my original illustrations, accessories, and whatever else strikes my fancy.”
RUBY JEAN’S CLOSET: “Ruby Jean’s Closet is a collection of modern PDF sewing patterns with vintage appeal. They’re cute, and sweet and require only basic sewing skills. The patterns, conveniently sent to your email inbox, are crammed full of detailed pictures for every step. You’ll print the pattern pieces on your home computer and assemble them using our easy to follow diagram. That’s it — you’re ready to sew your heart out!!!”
and the fun patterns that are becoming available. Most of all I lovehaving a bag made of laminate, which is why I started making bags. Iwanted them for myself. From large totes to the smallest pocket bookclutch. At Casa Crafty you will find a unique gift for yourself orsomeone else in the most current patterns. And guess what? You canwipe them clean!! I also carry some yardage of laminated Echino. Geta yard and have fun crafting!”
RASPBERRY CREEK FABRIC: “Boy fabrics, cute ones are so hard to find! I’m am constantly on the look out for new ‘cute’ boy fabrics. I try to keep a balance of ‘old v new’ collections in my shop. We’ve all bought fabric, started a project, put the project away….two years later we finally decide to finish the project but find out we’re short on fabrics. I try to keep fabric in stock long enough, and carry a selection of ‘older’ prints, to remedy this problem. On the other hand, it is really fun to have the newest prints and fabric lines before anyone else does :) I try to balance this in my shop.
FASHION ART PROJECTS: ” At FashionArtProjects.com you’ll find inspiring fashion designs and instructional “how to” information for our Next Style™ brand of fashion crafting products available at Walmart. Mix and match our iron on appliqués, rhinestones and transfers to make clothing, home décor pieces and accessory items for you or a friend. Follow our blog to see the latest DIY fashion ideas and trends!”