Never say it too much : sun is dangerous for kids.
Parachute fabric (or nylon), tulle and little snap hooks.
Some funny forms (fish, star and boat) and portholes in wich I cut the nylon to let the wind going through.
The snap hooks are to fasten the screen to the umbrella’s ribs.
Some sand onto the bottom of the screen to fix it.
Due to nylon, once folded the screen weighs nothing and doesn’t take up space.
My son has a brittany name, however it’s my daughter who had the oilskin jacket’s kids.
Cord stop, hook and loop (velcro), button, shoelace, overall buckle, suspender clip, snap, side release buckle, belt buckle, toggle button, zippers… all I had in my drawers.
A bag very useful to take children to the beach and which is still useful when they (too much) grew.
The inside is a round bag.
The outside has many pockets and (with clever zippers) can get loose in order to make a changing mat.
It’s impossible for the children to reach the sink, but benches sold are really ugly.
Some wood, paint and a jigsaw.
As you can see, it’s not only to reach the sink !
I was stitching it when I had to go to the maternity hospital.
An english alphabet while I am french : I could have had dyslexic children.
My first large cross stitch work.
Hello everyone !
My first coming on the web (thank you my love !)
When my son was born, I took a part time job.
Since a long time I wanted to learn sewing, that was the time.
One work leading to another, I discovered other handcrafts (and I don’t want to stop).
Surfing on the web, I now want to contribute on ideas and technics exchanges.
Be indulgent, the firsts images are not good (I now have a digital camera).
Click on the post title to see it (and leave me a comment), click on the image to see it “full screen”.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you wish further detail, I share with great pleasure.
And forgive my approximate english…. (you can correct my language mistakes).