Did you think Wednesday Workshop was limited to Wednesdays? No way! I just returned home from a week in White Plains/ Westchester County, NY, and Summit, NJ -- lots and lots and lots of travel, and lots of work!!! I tried to include a day or two extra on this trip to venture into NYC, WHERE I HAVE NEVER EVER BEEN, but it wasn't meant to be. Do you know how it is when sometimes you feel like you are pushing so hard for something to happen, but nothing falls into place no matter what? That's how it was, so I figure NYC is meant for another trip. Garment District, I've still got my eye on you!
Did you follow the recent story about W Magazine's search for a new editorial director? While I was out of town, it seems they found one. Meanwhile, this past Sunday, Kyle visited Austin and commented on my bag, which I'd made and called my "W Bag version 1," as I designed it especially to accommodate the oversized dimensions of W Magazine without damaging the corners. Reminded me that I'd intended to share this pattern in case anyone else was looking for a brand new bag. It has been my go-to bag all fall and winter long! I will try it soon in a spring-appropriate fabric because the dimensions of the bag, for me, are just right. Big enough for lots of stuff, like a big W magazine and a light sweater and wallet and keys, but not Mary-Kate-and-Ashley-Olson-bag big. Maybe it will work for you, too? Click through for the pattern link and directions.
27 March 2010
15 March 2010
What's up, ladies??? I hope you're getting a nice change of season where you are. We are on spring break! Excitement and happiness and sunshine and lots of sugary sweets abound. My brain is squarely in spring and summer dress mode, and the weather has been so accommodating that I couldn't resist taking the plunge with the Colette Patterns' Macaron, which seemed the most "like me" stylistically of all the Colette offerings.