Just something I made.

Here is where I will be posting all the fun sewing and crafting items I’ve made.  This will be a history of my work and progress, as well as a place to see what is available for sale on my  Etsy store DBA

Farmlet Originals

I am excited to share with you here.  Please click the link above to be magically transported.  😀

Lynda

PLEASE NOTEAll items that are for sale will be clearly marked, and when no longer available will be marked as SOLD.

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For sale:  Blue Bird

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Bound pockets are lined, quilted, and were fussy cut to match the skirt print exactly.

For sale:  Tulip

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One padded and lined pocket with blanket stitched detail.  Pocket and stem are appliqued onto skirt.

For sale:  Mediterranean Beach

Umbrellas2 recycled from a favorite Nordstrom’s skirt!  Grossman ribbon detail at hemline.

For sale:  French Postcards

FrenchPost1Hand and machine sewn with vintage linen detail and carved shell buttons on the pockets.  SOLD.

~ A Special Order ~

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Julie’s apron: Hand and machine stitched in 100% cotton, with glass beading on pocket bindings and central design at hem.   SOLD  (Well, gifted actually.)  😉

My original post on this apron is HERE

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11 thoughts on “Just something I made.

  1. FlaHam says:

    Lynda, Your a friend of Julie, so by extension that makes you a friend of mine. The apron is lovely, and from seeing Julie’s comments she is in love with it to. Like Julie if I received a gift like this, it woiuld be displayed and not used. My Mom made quilts, I have several around the home, and my kid has a few. We live in FL and don’t have a lot of use for a Quilt, but once those 1 night a year cold snaps come thru it sure comes in handy. Take care, — Bill

  2. janechese says:

    It is a beautiful apron, always remember my mother wearing them and they are so handy- I do have a couple. I read Julie’s blogs and think this is such a warm gesture for you to gift her with this.

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