I have always had a bit of a penchant for dots. Dots of any kind. If ever I think I might be too “grown up” for them all I have to do is look at what Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garcons does and my passion reignites. A twist on the classic, a pocket somewhere unexpected, a seam showing, something that would usually be on the inside exposed. Subtle, different. So, with only a small piece of dotty fabric at my disposal, (and not true dots at that), all I could do was make myself a classic tote. Nothing particularly novel here. If you look closely the grain is going in the opposite direction at the top - the design here dictated by the limited amount of fabric.
When I am not busy sewing down at our island retreat, I love spending time in my organic edible garden or in the kitchen.