Sara Hennessey is a young woman from St. Louis who makes illustrations and embroideries full of life and optimism. I have decided to show you the embroideries, but you can see all this artist’s work at her shop on Etsy.
I often see covered buttons that seem to me so nice that I could use them as ornament for itself. So Lydia, from DreamPatch, gives us some ideas to make it.
Some time ago an expert dressmaker told me that the best patterns are those from Burda. That’s why this book is on the first positions of my list. At the moment it’s published in English and can be purchased in paper or e-book (half price).
I love legwarmers, I think they are very flattering. Do you remember the 80s? What a nostalgia! I still remember those I wore when I was a school girl, blue and orange stripped. Now you must go skiing or be a dancer to wear them. These are by Seaside Knitting.
A small project for the weekend: this simple doll for babies. You can find the tutorial, with the pattern to download in PDF, at Chez Beeper Bebe.
Marta, the teacher from Reciclando en la Escuela, proposes a fun craft for children by recycling CD boxes.
The designer Joe Manus makes a very special furniture, playing with wood shapes and colors. This bed is spectacular, though he makes also “more “usual” pieces.
The great photographer Brigitte Lacombe, specialised in portraying actors behind the cameras, shows some unpublished photographies of Meryl Streep made in the last 31 years that reflect her great character and versatility as actress. Beautiful.