Thursday, August 4, 2011

Where Bloggers Create: Part III ~ and Infinity Scarves, my Berry Fall Collection

With over 200 bloggers participating in the Tour of Studios,
it takes a bit of time to get around to everyone.
If you are like me, you still enjoy visiting the creative spaces of some very talented artists.
My dining room table is huge. With 3 leaves, I can seat 10 or 12 people.
here it is with just one leaf...and it stretches the full length of my cutting board...
that's 2 yards...that's 72 inches...
I love spreading out my fabrics to measure and cut here. 
It is the perfect height for me.
The last couple of days I have been creating Infinity Scarves.
These are sewn in a loop and can be worn a variety of ways.
This soft knit is wrapped twice...
Or three times to create a cowl neck.
Some of the bulkier knits add warmth around your neck and face for those chilly fall days...
and the lightweight prints will add a slash of color, for indoors or out.
Since we don't have a fabric store here,
I usually shop when visiting our daughters.
Plus, they have great taste and give good fashion advice as I make selections...
This print looks great with brown and gray.
Cranberry red and black...
Perfect for fall...

Have I mentioned how much I love Miss Sapphire?
Somehow, she can read my mind...
for example, when I want to pivot, she will stop with the needle down and the presser foot up...all automatically!

There, you can leave a comment and a chance to win something that was created right here.

To see more Where Bloggers Create participants,
You just may be inspired to 
give your own creative space a make-over!

Take care,
~Natalie

6 comments:

Shell said...

Loving the Fushia Missy! Happy Sewing~!

Hugs,
Shell

Tina Eudora said...

Yep I am one of ladies that loves to visit other artists creative spaces!
I love the way yours looks and the scarves are gorgeous. I will definitely make time this week to visit as many studios as I can!
Have a happy creative day...
Tina xo

Lori said...

beautiful scarves Natalie!!

Firecracker Kid said...

Ahh Natalie, those are very pretty scarves. It's good you have the younger generation to give you fashion advice... lol.
xoxo~Carol

Busy Bee Suz said...

It is so wonderful to have a LARGE space to create...and enjoy fellowship with family/friends too.
LOVE all your scarves; so pretty. I have never been one to wear a scarf unless it is super cold out.
Have a great weekend!

Danice said...

Hi Natalie! The scarves are beautiful :) 'Hope you are doing well :)