This season we explored the stories which lay behind our images， thoughts and emotions.
The Sheridan Design Team travelled to Tasmania， our most southern tippillow sham pattern， to look deeper into the rich history and heritage of our brand. This included the home of our founder， Claudio Alcorso， located on the site of iconic gallery Mona.personalized gifts for dad
We spent our time taking in the natural landscape， capturing the essence of the unique light， the rich hues and textural oddities which inspired our illustration， painting and photography.
I hope you enjoy the collection and the stories which are intertwined within it.
Jo Jaggs General Manager of Design， Sheridan
I went to look for fabric to make pillows from and was not happy with anything that I found. (You know how you get an idea in your head, then can’t find what you want). ? Then I remembered a tote bag my daughter bought a couple of years ago. It was this really great sunbleached canvas. ?I thought that maybe I could recreate the same look with colored canvas.
Today’s contributor is Terra?from Mama Says Sew.?All posts written by Terra?for Make It and Love It can be found HERE.?
Bit of a backstory before we begin. I enjoy up-cycling and making my own clothes when I have time, but I've had plenty of mishaps in making my own pattern pieces and ending up with garments not fitting right or not having the shape or cut I originally had in mind. Draping is a technique that is used to solve this problem which involves making pattern pieces with scrap fabric laid onto a dress form. However, buying a pre-made dress form was a bit difficult and quite expensive, so in order to save a bit of money, I decided to make my own.