New Year! New Habit! this is my new mantra for the year. 2016 was a blast! Siri2Siri is growing (Alhamdulillah) and I am growing as a designer, as well as, a social media wizard. 🙂 Yay me! I know I have been absent from the blogsphere for a long time. No, I have not…… Continue reading New Year New Habits
This is the best throwback picture ever! This is a picture of one of my first dresses I offered on my Etsy shop. You may look at this picture and think, “What is the big deal? It’s just a dress!” but you see. This customer is my very first online customer. Not only…… Continue reading how awesome is this throwback. The perfect fit.
I hardly every do a DIY. I just don’t have the patience for it. Some people are awesome at redoing or resizing a dress or skirt they bought from the thrift store. For me, its a not so great experience. Personally, there are some DIY projects that are awesome and I think, “man I wish I…… Continue reading My first quick and easy DIY project
Another Siri2Siri Cardigan has left the building! YES! Wow, it is such an amazing feeling when people want your clothing. At times I reminisce about the beginning. I had a dream, an idea, a concept. I had no idea if anyone would “get” the idea or if they would even like it. But I…… Continue reading Another attractive cardy on it’s way out the door
I know you can relate to this tip. After you bought all this fabric what do you do with it now!? You store it in clear bins. Why clear? So you can see what the heck you have and so you will not go and buy the same piece of fabric, AGAIN! lol Yes it…… Continue reading Design Tip #8- Bins, Bins and more Bins
I am back with another tip! Thread, thread and more thread. It is everywhere! One year I purchased a lot (meaning a huge bin) of thread. At the time I thought it was a good a idea. Which it was, I did not have to buy thread for at least 5 years. Which is…… Continue reading Design Tip # 7- Thread, Thread and More Thread
So you are at the fabric store and you are looking for a piece of fabric you purchase before. You find a piece of fabric you “think” looks like the color you bought. You buy it only to get it home and realize it is not even close to the color! You cannot take the…… Continue reading Design Tip 6- Fabric, Fabric and More Fabric. What to do?