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Wednesday, August 24, 2022

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I'm James from SOLADO!

I'm glad to see your website online. I like the content of your website very much. I would like to ask if there is any opportunity for us to work together?


Our website:

There are several ways I can work together, please let me know which one you prefer:

1. Article publishing: You can write an 800-1000-word fashion clothing article for me and keep it on your website forever. After publishing, share it on your social media. For this, I will provide you with the title and keywords. , if you do not provide writing services, I can also provide an original article for you to publish permanently;

2. Link insertion: I can provide keywords to insert into your existing articles, of course, I will ensure that the keywords are relevant to your articles;

3. Banner ads: If your website also supports banner ads, I am also willing to cooperate with you. Of course, I hope the banner ads are permanently placed.

You can choose one of the cooperation methods to talk to me about the price, I have enough budget to cooperate with you, but the price will be quoted according to your website data, of course, I also look forward to negotiating a mutually satisfactory price with you, please let me know you Are you ready?

About SOLADO's brand concept:

SOLADO is an online fashion and socially driven brand inspired by you, where you can buy hundreds of affordable pieces to wear again and again. From dresses to denim to crop tops and more, you can get free shipping and student discounts on orders over $59. At SOLADO, our mission is to influence the future of fashion, enabling people to wear whatever TF they want without worrying about stereotypes or judgment. We strive to be a collaborative brand; learning, sharing and growing with our customers and the creators around us, putting them and their feedback at the heart of everything we do, designing and curating products we are proud of , SOLADO is for them, SOLADO is for everyone.

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Sunday, August 21, 2022

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Sunday, December 04, 2016

Quilt Petite Blog Hop: Scattered Stars magical mini quilt

When Sedef of Downgrapevinelane asked me to help out with her Quilt Petite Blog Hop, I was happy to agree. The idea of small cute projects  made me happy, because we all know I like immediate gratification. Her Quilt Petite book from Tuva Publishing did not disappoint! It was hard to choose a project but eventually I went with her paper-pieced Scattered Stars mini quilt.

I changed things up a bit, but included one large and one medium star which were both surprisingly simple even though I've only tried the paper-piecing technique a few times. I think these would make great coasters or mug rugs as well all on their own. I had already pulled some fabric choices for a mini quilt to hang in my daughter and son's shared bedroom, so this was perfect motivation to actually make the mini! (Sometimes life is just too busy to make fun things!)

I added multiple hand-embroidered details like the white on white words: dream, explore, imagine. (The border fabric is the Magic line from the amazingly talented Sarah Jane with Michael Miller Fabrics.) I also added metallic gold french knots all around the mini to mimic the gold in the fabric.

This mini quilt was a lot of fun to make, but a little difficult to photograph. Several of the details are much prettier in person! At least the stars look amazing, and really, those are all Sedef, so go grab your own copy of Quilt Petite and make something cute today! Also, If you're looking for inspiration or want to see all the projects from the book, check out the schedule for the blog hop AND all the amazing makers. The list is on Sedef's blog along with several pictures of the projects so far. There are so many amazing finishes!

Happy Sewing!

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Hello, Ollie Blog Tour: Swan Princess embroidery hoops

Hey guys! Today is my day to showcase the beautiful 'Hello, Ollie' fabrics by the lovely GoingHomeToRoost! Here's how she describes this soft and sweet line: Like the delicate trace left by a Swan’s dance on the water, this collection illustrates the image of spending an afternoon in the meadow by the lake. Named after Bonnie’s daughter, Ollie, sweetness is brought to life with dabbling swans, feathered fellows and garden blooms.

I was asked to create a few pieces for her fabric market booth to promote this beautiful line of organic fabrics so, of course, I put my own twist on things and somehow turned this into a hand-embroidery project. (If you're following me on Instagram you'll notice that I hardly sew anymore and only have the energy for hand work!) For my projects I decided on two size hoops, a 10" and an 8". I started with some swans, shimmery gold and perfectly matched embroidery threads.

I snipped up some tiny crowns using fabric and faux leather then attached to my hoop fabric with spray adhesive. Using a disappearing ink, I played around with different floral features. The wraps around the swan necks were my favorites, giving them a sense of play mixed with elegance. This was also my first time working with gold floss. Initially I was nervous about it, but it wasn't nearly as scary or stubborn as I had heard and even if it was, the end result would be worth a struggle.

If you've never tried your hand at embroidery, I highly recommend it! It's very soothing, rewarding and simple. Just follow some videos to learn basic stitches if you're a visual learner like me. I usually tell people to start on a favorite fabric, something you can match colors to and add detail work simply by 'coloring' the print. It's a very easy and fun way to learn. Here are some details from my two pieces:

For a more finished look, I wrapped my hoops with lace and bits of twine or coordinating fabric strips. A little bit of hot glue here and there (on the inside of your hoop) as you're wrapping will help keep everything in place. Don't forget to glue at the beginnings and ends of each part as well. Wrapping a hoop really adds an element of detail and makes your work look incredibly complete. Feathers here and there add a bit of whimsy as well. Basically, these hoops were all about the details for me. I wanted to take Bonnie's incredibly sweet print and just bring it to another 3D level.

And let's talk for a minute about the backs of those embroidery hoops. Don't just hand them to friends with all your threads hanging about for everyone to see! I trim my fabric in the back once i'm finished and everything is tightened. I use a thin layer of hot glue on the interior of the hoop back and press all the trimmed fabric to the inside. I use the wood hoop as a guide to cut out a piece of felt, stamp with a 'handmade' stamp and use some hot glue to attach that to the inside back hoop as well. Be careful to avoid any hot glue hitting your fabric work! You'll end up with a very professional looking piece of hoop art and you won't have to be ashamed of your backside!

I hope you guys have enjoyed these hoops and maybe I've given you enough information to go make your own! You really should look at ALL the gorgeous prints in the Hello, Ollie collection here. Bonnie's mother sells fabrics here, although I can't say I've never ordered from her. If she's anything half as nice as Bonnie, I'm sure it would be a great experience. A couple of my favorite (and frequently used) etsy fabric shops are: sewstitchinghappy and llamafabrics, both sweet women with amazing customer service, fast shipping and great selection.

Also, do me a favor and continue on the tour! Check out all the past and future makers here. We work hard to make something pretty and inspiring all the while trying our best to showcase the designers gorgeous fabrics. Bonnie from goinghometoroost posted an amazing free quilt pattern yesterday, and Lisa from mabeyshemadeit is up tomorrow!

Keep calm and craft on!
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