I can’t quite believe we’re in December already! How on earth did that happen!? As scary as it is that it has flown by so quick it is also exciting. Living in house with a 4 year old certainly makes this time of year very special, and we’re enjoying the journey of making yearly traditions…… Continue reading November round-up
Today is my stop on the Pemberley fabric by Citrus and Mint Designs blog tour for Riley Blake Designs! Being a huge fan of Jane Austen and the adaptions of Pride and Prejudice (which Darcy is your favourite?? Colin Firth of course!) I was super excited when I first saw this collection and couldn’t wait…… Continue reading Pemberley Fabric – Clamshell Dilly Bag
I recently took part in a fun swap with fellow fans of fabric designer Sarah Jane. I am often reluctant to take part in swaps, I always worry that I don’t do enough “extras” and if the recipient will like what I have made. It is all very well making something that has been requested…… Continue reading Sarah Jane Fabric Swap
When Cinzia from Primose Fabrics asked me if I would like to collaborate with her again I immediately said yes! Based in Italy she collaborates with talented illustrators from all over the world to create unique and SUPER sweet organic fabric collections. You know one of those fabric shops where you want to buy literally…… Continue reading Clamshell Pouches a Collaboration with Primrose Fabrics
I know I didn’t blog all that much in May but I did still manage to get some sewing done. This is also a few days later than planned as the little Mabel has come down with Chicken Pox. You may notice a little theme with a certain EPP shape! My favourite, the Clamshell! I…… Continue reading May round-up
I read somewhere that it’s not healthy to apologise if you’ve not posted or blogged in a while, and I can see why they would say that, after all it’s not good to put unnecessary pressure on yourself and blogging should be a joy not a chore! However I am sorry, it’s not because I…… Continue reading Blogging block… So a little round-up instead!