December 9

Dog Paw Protectors

K9Pawpals

As I continue my sewing journey into Product Development Design, my latest project has been working on “PawPals™”, dog paw protectors, for Marvin Jeske at K9Pawpals.

K9Pawpals
Image Copyright by Tacspan Tradelinks – Used by permission

“We are proud to provide high quality, effective paw protection boots that your pet will actually like to wear.” – Marv Jeske, Tacspan Tradelinks

Stay tuned in the new year, as we will be teaming up again for more projects for our “furry friends”.

October 19

The Skarf

2 - production


Kim & Michelle came to me with this project 10 months ago,  and I was able to work with them to make their vision a reality. Working under a non-disclosure agreement, and several prototypes later, I’m pleased  to let everyone know about this special project by Reign & Grey – The Skarf.

“Working with Angela has been a great experience. Her quality of work and attention to detail really helped us with the Skarf. Thank you for your commitment to us and our project.” – Kim & Michelle

To see how you can get involved & share their Kickstarter Campaign, click here: Kickstarter

Every scarf you see in the video was personally sewn by me – Angela

The Skarf Today:

We were determined to create a Scarf that was perfect. One that would stay put, was super easy to put on and take off and wouldn’t destroy your hair and makeup in the process. We spent a year developing the perfect prototype.  We think you will agree with us that we have done it!!

1 - kakhi & small clasp

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May 27

Rudder & Elevator Curtains

Rudder Curtain

Yes, you read right – elevator & rudder curtains. Not the kind that get put in elevator walls to prevent damage when furniture, etc. is being moved in and out of buildings, but “elevator curtains” that are fitted in the elevator and rudder areas of aircraft, specifically for Convair aircraft.

These jobs require me making a pattern from sometimes very old, very ripped samples that had previously been in airplanes, then making new ones – usually ten at a time -requiring 12 hours a piece.

Just wanting to showcase some of the more “interesting” work I’ve done. This is not likely something the average customer would require, but the client, Kelowna Flightcraft, is not the average customer. 🙂

Rudder Curtain
Rudder Curtain

 

Elevator Curtain
Elevator Curtain