Monday, March 21, 2011

I see spots

I bow down to people who can sew...I mean REALLY sew. My mom can sew. My sister can sew. I have friends that sew. I, however, cannot sew. But I still have hope to learn one day. There are so many sewing projects that swirl in my head on any given day...alas, only to be pushed by the wayside. One person who really knows how to sew is Marie at Reebert. I love her new crayon travel books. Nice durable material and great colors. One thing I'm missing is that great Reebert tag. Or how about personalizing them?

Jag bugar mig för människor som kan sy...jag menar dem som är riktigt bra på att sy. Min mor kan sy. Min syster kan sy. Jag har vänner som syr. Men jag kan inte sy själv. Jag hoppas att jag en dag kan lära mig detta. Det finns så många projekt som snurrar i huvudet vissa dagar...tyvärr, bara för att hamna på hyllan. En person som verkligen vet hur man syr är Marie på Reebert. Jag älskar hennes nya kritväska. Tuffa och tåliga väskor med härliga färger. Det enda som saknas är den supersöta Reeberttaggen. Eller vad sägs om att göra den mer unik med barnets namn?

Until next time...
Tills nästa gång...



  1. Hi -

    Thanks for sending me a message about my Silhouette less art. I am not sure if you got my reply, but yes you may use a photo and link back - thanks for asking.

    When my girls were little they would have loved these little crayon/paper holders. So cute and and easy way to carry around. Perfect for when kids get bored and have to wait - cars, DRs offices etc.
    My best-Diane

  2. Hi Diane - thanks for the confirmation. I agree...the crayon packs are adorable. Looking forward to digging into your projects again. Thanks again! Michael


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