I will just go ahead and open my shop now even though I am still not contented with the quantity of my items. Sure, I had four free days and you’d be correct to assume that I spent my days productively. I was but in a different way. We have a pristine bathroom and a less-cluttered kitchen as proofs.
I also have a new altar above my sewing area. And yes, an altar is essential if you want to live a crafty life. Mine has a stuffed Totoro, an oil lamp (gift from Joyi), Rubber Duckie sitting on a bowl of lady bug pins, Jack’s Stones in a heart-shaped container, and a Starbucks shot-mug. I am not a fan of Starbucks; this simply represents my undying love for coffee.
I did sew a couple of large totes. I also addressed the overdue orders of my sister’s officemates. And I know I shouldn’t have but I also made a bag for me. This brown bag has accompanied me to Carbon and back. This has witnessed the plight of the carriage horses. This has even helped me utter a little prayer for the animals. It has paw prints and it can’t help being a bit green.
All right, on with the meager merchandise.
Here are thumbnail pics of the shoulder bags:
Lone small tote:
The pictures are a bit dark. The only time that the sun came out to play was when I took pictures of the Pink Squared tote and my own brown bag.
I will be adding products to my humble shop as days pass.
Thanks for looking!