Anyone who works with fabric has lots of scrap material left over and you probably hate to see any of it go to waste. This project is a great way to use up your boxes of scrap material. Julie Oh of Hydroxide will be helping you to make these triangle point shaped trivets with pieces of fabric. But these triangle forms are so much more versatile than just trivets. You can make a seat cushion using the same idea, or decorate a headband or dress, heck even make a rug! So don't throw out your left over pieces of materials and instead turn them into one of a kind gifts for your family or friends.
Julie Oh, who will be leading you in this project, as a child, watched her mother sew and taught herself on lots of different machines in her mother's sewing factory. Julie and her husband bought a business where she worked as a tailor full time so she has been sewing professionally since 2001. It wasn't until 2006, when she nearly sold out at a street fair that she really pursued designing and producing her own items. All the while studying to be a doctor and entering the Peace Corps, (now doesn't that just make you feel like an under-achieving crafter!)
The name of her Etsy shop, Hydroxide, comes from her science background. Julie sells her own designs of handbags and children's clothing and accessories on Etsy and is slowly getting back to sewing and designing again after two beautiful children. Julie's designs for Hydroxide are each unique one of a kind creations. Hydroxide is an outlet for stress and gives Julie peace and satisfaction as she shares her many talents with the world, and now, with you, at Craft Social on Saturday, March 26.
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