Our Ronneby print in midnight blues…. now as a tea towel! Listed in BOTH shops. Shoulder bags on the way shortly…
And we are live! Check out our new website at lilleputtstudio.com!
Now not only do we now have an online shop, but you can browse our products by product type, AND by collection!
It’s taken me a few days to discover Apple’s new hiding spot in the studio.
Ps. See the new fabric? Our kitchen utensils on turquoise…. I’m thinking aprons.
I’ve been a bit stressed lately about some big decisions (and opportunities) on the horizon for us, and for some reason, planing wood is the only thing keeping me calm. So I am refinishing my vintage ironing board. Looking forward to another evening of this.
Any wood workers out there?
Three variations on our chickadee bag, almost done!
Decisions, decisions! Working up the next chickadee bag, but not sure I’m convinced of the black (canvas base and leather handle; the gray print is the lining fabric). A dark gray base seemed too subdued. While I have no anxiety dealing with color, I’m realizing I avoid black outside of the black/white combo!
Yay or nay, input appreciated! In the meantime… I might just go for it.
Spent a couple days out of the studio, and stumbled on this project while trying to find the Farmer’s Market in Bath. A fun group of folks in a long-term project, working to reconstruct The Virginia; the first ship built in North America by the Popham colonists at Fort St George in 1607-1608 (13 years before the Pilgrims). They were enthusiastic and eager to share. Having been a furniture design major, I’ve been missing working with wood, and the smell of fresh cut white oak, and the huge beams of wood every where only reinforced that.
It’s an ambitious project, especially since they don’t have any blueprints to work with, just mathematical formulas. I’ll be eager to pop in again and see their progress.
You can learn more about the project at mfship.org.
Wow, how easily we forget where we started!
Working on overhauling the website (with it’s own online shop???) when I found this flash back: rewiring the Pfaff and setting up lilleputt in the tiny little room that inspired the name.
Another photo from JClements Photography, if off duty at the time.