orange

2012: May 7

Everything gets labeled when you have school-aged children.

Pen

I carefully scraped off the logo of the promotional pen the husband brought home, leaving only the arrow. It's still kind of a crappy pen. But it's orange.

Orangey napkins

Ready for everyday use. Read more about me at www.lovelihood.com

Orangey napkins

The napkins, at home on the table. Read more about me at www.lovelihood.com

Orangey napkins

One of a month's worth of cloth napkins, made from an Ikea duvet cover. Read more about me at www.lovelihood.com

Making of the napkins with rolled hem foot

Step 3: Stitch along slowly, keeping the edge of the fabric curled into the foot. Back stitch at the end. Read more about me at www.lovelihood.com

Making of the napkins with rolled hem foot

Step two: Stitch and backstitch along the top of the finger pressed edge for about a half inch, stopping with the needle down. Raise presser foot and slip the rest of the pre-creased hem into the curl of the rolled hem foot. (I like to think of it as a happy little wave. Read more about me at www.lovelihood.com