You Never Can Tell

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Time to step it up.

Care Free Monday

Monday, September 24, 2012

Not in the mood for a manic Monday so how about a little Obladi Oblada to start the week off right.  

Obladi Oblada by The Beatles

Almost finished...

Sunday, September 23, 2012

While we've been busily teaching students how to sew, we've also been designing out first round of textiles. The full launch of our designs will take place in a mere two weeks. Below is a mini peek of our hard labor. What do you think?

PS. It's been quite a feet juggling a our creative duties but I have to admit, the madness is somewhat exciting for me.

Love Note

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Some kind of blue

Saturday, September 22, 2012

This is a photo taken by a friend of mine who is in Germany right now. It captures a corner of his living space and a view of a another photograph, depicting a forest somewhere in that country side. Above all else, even that beautiful landscape, I can't get enough of the blue in this photo.

If I had floors such a color I'd be walking in air every morning---and loving it.

Mopping @1pm

Saturday, September 22, 2012

It cleans the soul.

I Wont Sit Down.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

I could listen to this all day.

Greek Time!

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Today we are shipping out our first order of Greene & Sunset jewels to Oxford, MS. They're precious gold filled wrap bracelets, Greek inspired, with wooden hand-painted bead accents, all made by the Sew Moni team in Williamsburg.

Designing and crafting jewelry might seem left field when our first order of business is being seamstresses but honestly it's not. We've loved every minute of putting our creative minds to work in another capacity and found jewelry to be a perfect fit for us. (No pun intended)

With that, be on the lookout for more sparkles and shine from our team and till then, please support Lilly Pad and buy our designs from their store in Oxford. They'll love you and us much in return!


Broken Heart

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Have you ever had a broken heart? Did it hurt? Well, today my heart broke for numerous reasons and in an effort to cheer myself up, I decided to make hearts out of the textile patterns that we're about to launch for Sew Moni. The later might sound a bit strange but it really helped to be creative in a time when all I wanted to be was sad.

Which brings me to my next thought and words of encouragement for all other broken hearts: keep pushing, keep being spirited and don't forget that you are the best thing that ever happened. Take it from me, the world would be rather empty and heartless without YOU. xo Moni


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