I've just had a week and a half off and apart from a visit to Ikea, where my credit card took a battering, I've been sewing..... how unusual!!! I've created 8 new slip covers for the chunky (200 page) A6 Visual Journals and Notebooks. And collaborated on one with my sister.... or rather she designed the cover and I put it together.
Here's what I've created
This was the first one it carried on from the last series of covers that I created and uses the inset pleated panels front and back. I call this one Belt Up # 2
I followed on with this one, inset panel and belt closure using a 100% Cotton Canvas. I found the wooden buttons in my botton collection. This one is Belt Up #3
This one again has the inset pleated panel and a pretty satin ribbon to keep it all together.
Next I had a play with a denim offcut, a cute printed cotton fabric and some buttons and created the Buttons and Bubbles cover.
Then I played with insetting strips of the fabric and again incorporated buttons. This one is known as the Buttons and Bubbles cover #2
The last cover had me thinking about panels and contrasts. This one incorporates the inset panel pintucked blue denim in a contrasting black denim.
This one features the fabric from the "Dotty Pouch" along with a mid blue denim. It's the same front and back. It reminds me of an old novel.
And finally the first slip cover designed for iheartcharlie by my sister, Catherine
Hopefully this is the first of many
This cover features, black hemp denim along with german wool felt from B&M Felt. This one is a definite favourite and aside from the amazing colour choice and the cute button, part of it's beauty is in it's slightly deconstructed appearance.
Here's the first Tote bag that was inspired by these