Love Sewing Mag Issue 15 Towelling Beach Robes
So hard to be quiet and cool about being featured in my fave sewing magazine? I just had to mention it, pin it and tweet it to the whole world. You see a project I recently designed, two towelling beach robes. is now published in Love Sewing Magazine issue 15.
Behind the scenes some facts about these Simply recycled Towelling Beach robes . . .
These cosy towelling beach robes were designed and photographed way back in the depths of winter; hence the photography being a little too dark for my liking.
To to style the images in a seasonal summery style, I needed beach props, however, I could not find a bucket and spade anywhere at that time of year. I had to buy one, the bucket is now hanging on the line as my peg bag and the spade is a pooper-scooper (hmm nice details, eh?)
The pocket on the child’s version is not as crooked as it looks in the pic!
We have lots of these towelling beach robesrobes I have been sewing them for years, I dye old towels when they have faded, I can’t bear to throw them out. If the towel is too old to use, we rip them up into rags or use them to bathe the dogs.
The other half simply lives in his. After his post work shower, he will be found sipping a beer in the garden wearing his favourite towelling beach robe. His favourite one is falling apart but I cannot get it off him to cut it up for rags.
I needed to style the images in a seasonal summery style, however, I could not find a bucket and spade anywhere at that time of year. I had to buy one, the bucket is now hanging on the line as my peg bag and the spade is a pooper-scooper (hmm nice details, eh?)lazy daisy Jones
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