I’m not going to lie I am pleased that things are getting back to normal – routine wise. I never been a “fly by the seat of your pants” sort of person, I like to know what I’m doing and when to do it. The school holidays always throw that off balance and each day…… Continue reading Let’s Go Monday!
You can tell summer is well and truly here because there has not been much sewing getting done. However I haven’t been completely inactive, I try and squeeze some sewing time anywhere I can, even if it’s a just a few minutes while breakfast is being eaten so I do have a couple of little…… Continue reading July Round-Up
Riley Blake Designs have an upcoming range that I am super excited about. Dorothy’s Journey fabric is by Jill Howarth who has already designed some super cute lines, including Red Riding, Once Upon a Rhyme, Neverland and Goldilocks. She also illustrates the sweetest children books! I think you can gather I am rather a huge…… Continue reading Dorothy’s Journey Fabric
I have been a fan of Elea Lutz’s fabric ever since her first line, so I am super excited to be stocking her newest line the oh so beautiful “Bluebirds on Roses”. Designed for Penny Rose Fabrics this fabric is possibly her sweetest one yet. Featuring tiny birds, pretty florals and sweet kittys. Shop the…… Continue reading Bluebirds on Roses
At the beginning of the year I made the resolution to buy less fabric and start using up more of my stash. How do you think that went?? 😆 I certainly started off with good intentions with lots of plans on how I would use up my stash (the Mandolin Quilt for example), except like…… Continue reading Confessions of a fabric addict…
At the start of 2018 I made the resolution to go on a “Fabric diet”, it didn’t necessarily mean I couldn’t buy any fabric but I definitely had to rein in my spending and use up my over-growing stash. I wasn’t completely unrealistic I knew there would be certain fabrics I would need to help…… Continue reading Fabric diet fail..
I’ve been admiring this bag for sometime over on Instagram and had been debating whether to make one, I always put it off as they look so tricky to make. It just so happened a week after I had clicked out of the Craftsy pattern page for it that a sew along popped up on my…… Continue reading Sew Together Bag