Do you ever get to the point where you feel fed up with something you are making? It's not how you thought it would be?
Like my attempt to re-fashion an old M & S skirt into a Breakfast at Tiffanys Dress - yes an overly ambitious idea but if you have seen this amazing clip on You Tube - Breakfast at Tiffanys Dress by Zephyr Graham Paris Custom Made - she just makes it look so easy. You can see her in action here:
So I've decided to just post a few unrelated inspiring things to take my mind off my inability to finish the Beignet and the Audrey re-fashion.
One of my best friend's - Lucy Miller's gorgeous knitwear (you can find her at Cockpit Studio - Holborn)
The full moon taken through my generous colleague Thalis's telescope for my daughter's homework - I had to stay up until 2am to get this shot but I think it's an amazing full moon.
Roses and geraniums
This is a wall made from old computer keys at the James Hotel in New York - it's wierdly beautiful and a great example of recycling as art.
Yes I know that none of these relate to sewing but I just needed to take my mind off the things that aren't working. Any suggestions on how to get going on a project that has hit a wall? ,