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
In my last post I shared with you my recent finished quilt top. The problem I now face and in fact I face every time I finish a quilt is “How on earth do I quilt it!?” I love making quilts, of course I do, I wouldn’t make them otherwise. The whole process of falling…… Continue reading How do you quilt yours?
I know it’s cliche to say but I really can’t believe another year has passed. It seems only last week I was making my resolutions and plans for 2018. In this post I thought I’d take stock over the past year and share with you some of my favourite things, and my plans for the…… Continue reading 2018 A Review and Looking Forward
Dress your Christmas table in style with these super easy cutlery holders. I don’t know about you but each year I have every intention of making a wonderful display for our Christmas table. If you think about it, it really is the one occasion when you can go all out. There are table runners, placemats,…… Continue reading Easy Christmas Cutlery Holder
All of a sudden I have appeared to have lost my “Sew-Jo”. Whats Sew-Jo? Some of you may ask. Well imagine waking up and just not feeling like doing your favourite hobby. November was a particularly difficult month for more reason than one and so I’m wondering if that may have something to do…… Continue reading What do you do when you lose your “Sew-Jo”?
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
October was definitely a hold on to your hat type of month, i.e it was tough!! I am glad to see the end of October especially as I’m not particularly a fan of Halloween. Growing up in England in the 80’s/90’s we didn’t celebrate it, no one did. Out of all the years in…… Continue reading October Round-Up…