Photo by Steven Meisel Design by Miu Miu
“Subjective reality refers to the reality inside your mind. It is the meaning you assign to things and events. All objects, dreams, ideas and “truths” are different for each person.”
Notice the brilliant design of these sunglasses.
Since becoming a mom, any time I have to do any sewing is practically impossible. When my eldest son’s daycare asked that all the kids show up in a Halloween costume on Friday, it was time for me to roll up my sleeves and dust off the ol’ sewing machine. I had some bright orange fabric, iron-on reflective tape and some denim belt loops et voilà!, a construction vest was born. For the pattern, I pretty much eyeballed it by tracing directly on the fabric, using one of Max’s sweatshirts as a base. Although this was a very simple item to make, my degree of difficulty was my impatient 3 1/2 month old son, Thomas. Just getting it done was a victory! Not going to lie, I’m quite happy with how it turned out visually, despite the quality of my sewing being a little crappy. Oh well. That’ll teach me to get lazy. It was nice to have a little project like this. A nice reminder of how much I love doing stuff like this. So, now, I have another little project lined up: making a pair of pull-on denim pants from my husband’s old pair of jeans. Stay tuned for my next blog post with the results!
That’s right. It happened. I have started a blog. A blog about design, to be specific.
So, whether you like fashion, interior design, architecture, typography, graphics, DIY, etc… Swing by here.