Here are the wonderful pictures that Susanna and Brent helped me with. It is the complete and official portfolio.
This is my first real tailoring project. A wool coat for Jake.
A wool shirt, pendelton-esque, made for Jason.
This was one one of my first sucesses, a canvas, wool lined coat. Note: I don't recommend lining coats with wool.
I love this skirt but I used a found fabric for the lining. I also didn't heat test it so the lining got charred. Oops.
I made this dress for my college graduation party
This is a design by Susanna who employed me to make it for her wedding rehearsal. It was also her beautiful choice of fabric. Its a subtly metalic silk.
This was my halloween costume a couple years ago. I was a Beckle canvas product.
This is a beautiful chocolate silk with antique lace. Its too light for a dress and too heavy for a slip so I mostly wear it around the house on hot nights.
Made from washers and satin ribbon
I made these for Hannah as a present. The white one is a bull head, not a bikini.
Knit mittens, obviously. Both are "Lamb's pride" worsted. I love that stuff.
These are slippers I made for my dad for christmas. They're a little heavy on the Crafting-For-Men thing but I like them. The soles are made from goat skin scraps from Langlitz leathers.
Re-useable grocery bags, also christmas presents.
This was one of the first things I designed for Beckle.
Modular origami rules!
These are made from folded muslin.
I made this quilt for Becca's son Gus, who was still unborn at the time.
This quilt was made by dying scraps in the same dye bath to create uniformity. I made it for my mother.
And you know, this is what I do at work.