It rained all day today. I’m usually one of the people who feel a little down on gloomy looking days. I love the sun so much! But luckily today, I was busy in writing a Fabric Flower tutorial and experimenting on another tutorial. I can’t wait to finally have the photoshoot of my upcoming tutorials. I have to finish 5 of them by the end of this month so I can launch them this March. I’m so happy that design ideas have been flowing to me for the past 1 1/2 months. I really hope to keep the momentum for the rest of the year. Last year, I think I only released three tutorials. This year, I am committed to making 10 or more patterns.
Here’s a preview of my upcoming tutorials:
The Anna Sophia, named after the mother and daughter characters of my favorite local telenovela (soap opera) , 100 Days to Heaven. This is a no-sew tutorial and perfect in making bouquets.
The Mara from the Mara Clara Tutorial. Mara Clara is again one of my favorite telenovelas when I was growing up. It’s a story of two girls who were switched at birth (how original…but I still watched it anyway). Mara is the protagonist in this telenovelas who endured a million face slaps and did nothing but cry. Why is melodrama so addictive?
The Clara from the Mara Clara Tutorial. This tutorial is a little more elaborate and flamboyant than the Mara flower since it was named after Clara, the classic evil girl who loves to complicate things. I used a French Beaded Flower on top of the flower (The French Beaded Flower is not included in this tutorial).
I combined the Anna Sophia with the Clara Fabric Flower. Isn’t it pretty?
The Pretty Pleats Tutorial. This is the pattern I’m going to write next! I’m just finalizing the size charts for this pattern. This is what I have been experimenting all day.
The Rose Bud. This fabric flower is so easy to make! This is perfect in making wedding bouquets or as centers to other fabric flowers!
I hope I can finish all these tutorials before March. I’ll be going to Australia and visit my dear nephew and my dear sister for almost three months…from March to May.