Monday, June 14, 2010

Catching Up on Crafts


For the past few months I've been feeling like there isn't much time for crafting. Sure, I've been able to do a short craft here or there for the blog but nothing to substantial. Over the weekend I finally got a chance to sit down and work on some projects I had bookmarked. It felt really good to just sew and make this seat-belt cover. I think I was going through a crafting withdrawal or something because when I finished this, it was like crafting euphoria. I was so pleased with it that I wanted to sew some more, and more, and more!

I found the tutorial for this seat belt cover on AfricanKeli. It's a really easy sewing project and can be made in about an hour or two. Well, provided there are no distractions, you know how that goes. ;)

11 comments:

tulpoeid said...

It's super cute! What kind of fabric did you use? (It doesn't look like flannel, as was the original post; in general I think this is an improvement on the original one.)

Angel said...

very cute! I love the Russian Doll fabric.

kawaii crafter said...

Tulpoeid,

I used cotton fabric that I got from www.modes4u.com.

Metronyx said...

Hey girl just wanna say I really like your blog, my seven year old just said "Wow she is really good mummy" when looking at your creations. Greetings from Sweden : D

ILikePaperCutting said...

kawaii

jo_annie said...

that fabric is super cute!

Deanna said...

Love it! And love that fabric!

chidori said...

I completely understand your feeling of craft euphoria. I've not only been AWOL from blogging, I haven't had time to actually craft!

Last night I made myself a ham for ironing sleeves because I've been needing one, and I was so excited when I was done that I ironed four buttondowns immediately. See what craft euphoria can do sometimes?

In any case, even little things bring pleasure, and I think your seatbelt cover is just adorable. I love that fabric.

ana @ iMadeItSo said...

adorable fabric you used! it's nice when you get your crafting groove back :)

Ayie said...

i like the pattern and if you can do that, why buy? right?

Lauren said...

My sister has that same car seat for her kid! I'll show her the seat belt cover, she'll love it!

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