Sunday, 10 May 2015

Blood Spatter Ananlysis

Careful scientific analysis of the blood spatter pattern on this Robert Kaufman fabric reveals that it would make a perfect swing skirt for Eloise.
Not easy to get a great picture without her here to model it, but it is a short, fully circular skirt made from the same pattern  (New Look 6313) that I used for Naomi's super-heroine skirt in this post.
Also a little kiss lock coin purse made from the offcuts, because, come the zombie apocalypse, my girl is going to need to accessorise.


I did a spot of beading this week too and made up this dreamcatcher necklace and earring set from a kit from Beads Direct. A bit blingier than my usual style, but kind of fun for summer I thought.


9 comments:

Linda said...

Love the bold fabric - I would love to be able to make clothes for myself.

Your beading is really pretty - love blue colours.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Nice skirt.
Turquoise jewellery always makes me think of Summer.

Preeti said...

Nice skirt!! You can use hanger with clothes line clips to attach the skirt if you want to display vertically.
Your jewellery is beautiful!! You are very talented:)

Rachaeldaisy said...

LOL, a blood splatter skirt and purse. I've never seen that fabric around. Your necklace and earings are so beautiful.

Rachael G said...

What fantastic fabric, Lovely jewellery

Hazel said...

Lovely jewellery! Hey Christine you won my giveaway and I need your address hun. xx

Rachael Farmer said...

Oooooo that's gorgeous CSI stylee fabric that is! Or Dexter - very Dexter! I totally love what you've done with it :) Very pretty jewellery as well and who doesn't love a bit of bling? xxx

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

A lovely skirt and purse. Beautiful jewellery making as well.

Julie said...

Eloise is going to looks super in the skirt.