You may remember a couple of weeks ago I shared with you some economy blocks I had been working on. It was one of those projects I started with no end product in mind, I was just having fun with it. I knew I wanted a quick project and so a quilt was out of…… Continue reading Bluebirds on Roses Economy Block Cushion
I’m not normally quite so patriotic in fact you have to go back to my Great-Grandmother to find my Irish roots, however I simply could not resist this oh so cute pattern from my favourite cross stitch designers The Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery. I mean how could I not resist?? It has rainbows and kawaii clouds!…… Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
I have been having great fun testing Lou Orth’s new pattern the Square Love Quilt. This is a perfect pattern for some fussy cutting and highlighting your favourite fabrics. Unusually for me it didn’t actually take me that long to decide on my fabrics. I started by picking what fabric I wanted to feature and…… Continue reading Square Love Quilt
Mabel has just started ballet lessons, so of course I had to make her a little bag to put her shoes in! I bought this super cute Swan Lake fabric by Kokka months and months ago with the sole intention of it being used to make her a ballet bag, I was just never able…… Continue reading A Mini Ballet Bag
Now it’s November I feel I can finally start prepping the Christmas sewing. I actually started a couple of weeks ago but in true Saysie style I am only now just blogging about it! Every year I have so many plans to make so many things, whether that be gifts, decorations or tasty food. In…… Continue reading Christmas Sewing Prep
You may have heard recently that Etsy are changing the way they charge their sellers. If you haven’t let me explain… From the 16th of July all sellers will now be charged a 5% commission fee on all sales. This is an increase of 1.5%, not only that but Etsy will also be taking a…… Continue reading A little shop announcement..
Can you believe we are halfway through the year already!? It seems like only yesterday I was taking down the Christmas decorations! I may have fallen a little behind on my Into the Jungle cross stitch but I am pleased to say I’m now all caught up and ready to start July’s. How cute are…… Continue reading Into the Jungle SAL – Month 6