Sunday, April 27, 2008

Photos ... to prove I've been busy!

Got the camera re-connected, so back in action!


Here is my version of the 'winkie' ...


How I normally wear my t-shirt




The attachment ...



The 'after shot'!

I feel far more secure wearing this! AND because it's attached to my bra, it doesn't flap or move ... when I bend, it bends ... and stays close to my chest. Certainly makes me feel much more comfortable and care-free as I'm not worrying about gaps or gapes, and no extra straps to drive me batty!

Here's the work I did for my friend ...



Embroidery in progress ...

I have a Janome 350E ... I'm still very much a beginner, but each time I use it I learn something more (even if it's what NOT to do!).



Here's half the pile ready for the threads to be clipped.

And, last but not least ...


The Blonde Mop's golf shoe bag.

He was quite chuffed with it, however proceeded to leave it home when he left for the game this morning, so had to play in his normal track shoes! Did have to laugh!

Well, as you can tell, I've had a busy weekend ... time for bed now ...

Nighty Nite ... Mrs R

5 comments:

Daughter of the King said...

Jennifer,
HEllo...
Nice to see you in blogland.
I love that thing that goes under tops.
Did you design that?
I am so interested.
I have also wanted to ask you, what kind of machine do you embroider with? Do you love it.
Well off to church and sunday school.
your sister in the Lord,
Deby

libby said...

I think your winkie turned out great. It's a great idea and I'd make one for myself if only I could sew :-).

Libby

Whimsy & Wonder said...

Deby, I added a link to the "winkie", they're available in USA from about US$15 ... very clever idea I reckons!

My embroidery machine is a Janome 350E, and at present, we are have a tentative relationship ... I approach with trepidation and it decides if it will work nicely or not! At least we both know where we stand!

Jen

J-ME said...

I love your "winkie" Jen. I may jsut have to try one. It looks great with your shirt.

Daughter of the King said...

Right now I am looking at a viking and a Pfaff, none embroidery.
You and Ginny are so talented and great seamstresses....
me...I muddle through but have been feeling the need to do some sewing, more than mending..I have some ideas for Christmas gifts and know IF I don't get started they will never get done.
Deby