Thursday, July 2, 2015

Summer Sewing

It has been very rainy for the past month.  I have to take advantage of dry moments for the garden or my walks.  In the mean time, I get in some sewing.

Last week, when I went to the card making party, I met my friend at a commuter parking lot and drove her the rest of the way.

She was very uncomfortable with the seat belt pressed into her shoulder.  I have noticed that the seat belts are irritating but I hadn't done anything about it.

Well, I felt bad that my friend was uncomfortable so I made some padded wraps for where the belts hit the shoulder.  Much better for driving in summertime clothes.



I also saw a simple shirt on Pinterest and whipped up one for myself.


Ready for a yoga class.


17 comments:

  1. You are one talented blogger!!

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  2. Ooh, I like that shirt. Well done and how thoughtful on the seat belt cushions.

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  3. Very nice of you to make those seat belt thingies.
    That blue color looks good on you.

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  4. Very talented is right! I love the shirt and the seat belt covers are a thoughtful touch.

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  5. I love the Pinterest ideas but I don't have the ability or crafting is that you have to follow through. Great job

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  6. I love the Pinterest ideas but I don't have the ability or crafting is that you have to follow through. Great job

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  7. What a creative idea! You're a great sewer, and I enjoy seeing your work!

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  8. Those shoulder pads are a great idea and how thoughtful of you! Love the shirt and the color!

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  9. The seat belt pads are a great idea. Cute shirt and the color is so pretty on you!

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  10. I like those pads. They look very well made. Nice job on the top as well.

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  11. A friend of mine made pads like those for her car's harness. You are so thoughtful to make them for your friend. I really like that shirt. It looks so comfortable. Have a terrific 4th!

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  12. I love those shoulder pads for the car. and that blue is stunning.nice shirt.

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  13. What a lovely idea! My brother in law broke his collar bone in a cycling accident...I may have to make him one!

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  14. You are so talented. What a cute shirt!

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  15. Hello Olga ... I've just come across from Gwens blog.
    A very good idea to make those shoulder pads for the car,and that blue top suits you - it's definitely your colour.

    All the best Jan

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  16. Love your blue top ---- very attractive color for you. You are a talented woman. My mom could sew anything and I bet you can too.

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