It’s finally winter break which means I can go back to my regular routine of drawing, crafting, and sewing! If you’re wondering where I’ve been for the past several months…well school just got stressful as usual. I didn’t realize when I first started the semester, but all my classes were project based so I’ve just been constantly working on one project after another. Today I’m going to share just one of the garments I’ve finished this past fall.
Continue reading “Project Log: Sewing a Blazer”
Cups are one of the most basic objects you could fold in origami. In total, there are about 5 steps. Any child could make it in 10 seconds! They’re useful for popcorn, granola, even water (though I don’t recommend it). Here I channeled this easy craft into a DIY minimalistic clutch perfect for any occasion. Continue reading “DIY Origami Clutch”
I remember a couple years back, I was cleaning my room and found one of those black, plastic chokers that was once trendy and loved. I chucked it into the trash thinking it would never be stylish again, and here we are several years later! Chokers are back, filling every 90s girl with nostalgia. Here I have designed a little twist to the choker we once knew and loved.
I designed three methods of creating this choker, ranging from easy to complex. Continue reading “DIY Leather Choker (3 methods)”