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A Momma's Inspiration

I am drawn to pattern. I should be since I spent at least half of my childhood in a sewing room or a fabric store. Of course I never complained. Okay maybe a little.. or a lot. But now that I am older I love fab may even hoard it a wee bit. For a while now I have wanted to figure out how to blend it with my current line. It has always been a fleeting thought and I never took the time to sit down and play with it. But with my mom passing away a few months ago I have this overwhelming urge to surround myself with everything and anything that reminds me of her. She was a master seamstress and the person I owe all my craftiness to.  Each time I pull out my scissors and hear the cutting of fabric I think of her. Seeing a pile of fabric scraps and strings on my studio floor gives me a happy heart.
Combining fabric and my other obsession right now, 1950’s fashion and craft I came up with some new pieces that I hope you love as much as I do. I love the idea of combining my painted pieces with the fabric. To me it symbolizes this history of craft in my family.
Thank you mom, for filling my childhood with the sound of sewing machines, smells of starch and for all the hours of hunting for a lost needle. I promise to never complain about it again and to give my daughter as many as of the same memories as possible. 


  1. They are just as beautiful as you are! As is this sweet post :)

  2. Beautiful! Love the fabrics you are incorporating, looks great! And a lovely story as well, hope it brings you happiness and peace :)

  3. Such a beautiful tribute to your mom. These pieces are wonderful - I absolutely love the fabric with the metal!! Gonna have to add to my collection of your work :)

  4. What gorgeous combinations! This is brilliant, and I think they're going to do really well. Momma would be so proud. ♥

  5. Thank you all so much! It was very therapeutic and did wonders for my soul.

  6. Your work and blog are both lovely. Keep up the good work!