May 27, 2008

The Long Weekend is My Friend

Though I didn't get as much sewing done as I'd have liked, I was able to make a few things over the 3-day weekend. I've added a new shopper tote to iSew.

I put together a little quilted case for our new camera using all scraps & leftovers.

We went on a couple mini road trips. First to Healdsburg for a walk and a yummy breakfast. We visited a great shop called the Olive Leaf. There were so many great things to see in this place. Nick was hesitant to go in, but in the end I was waiting for him to leave. ;)

Nick spotted these vintage pages of a French child's schoolwork. Check out that penmanship!

Love the tins. I think I saw some like that in France.

We also took a drive down to Alameda, a small island across the bay from San Francisco. We just took a stroll and had some lunch. I found a great vintage feed sack and also got a few things at JoAnn's while we were out. It was a lovely day and I enjoyed just kicking around with Nick. Now I must get my pattern instructions finished so I can get it tested and into the shop!


Nutsy Coco said...

I love the fabric on your new tote!

Heidijayhawk said...

holy cow! what a weekend!

Christina said...

Sounds like a great weekend. I really like your new tote and the camera case is also cute!

Kelly said...

Your camera bag is awesome and so pretty! Great weekend for you.

Dinah said...

Your weekend sounds wonderful! And I love love love that feedsack on flikr!

p.s. I also meant to comment previously about your gorgeous wedding dress. You did a fantastic job!

Junie Moon said...

What pretty things you're making! I've been sketching out a plan for making a camera case this past week and seeing yours is inspiring me further. The case I want is huge to accommodate my extra lenses and assorted photography supplies. So, I'm still plugging away with the whole concept. I love all the things you found on your outing, those tins are adorable.

lulusparkles said...

i would really love a cute camera bag! i hope you are going to sell them in your shop! everything I see is too big or too small.