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I’ve been hard at work building kits for you! The kits support the Hexagon Circle Wall Hanging project on page 42 of Hexagons Made Easy. The kit is versatile and priced right. (Art Gallery Fabrics Poetica line, Kit Fabrics pictured above)
Here’s the original quilt project from the book:
The kit provides you with enough fabric to make this wall hanging design for only $18 + shipping.
The kit includes a little over 3 yards of fabric cut into:
- Background (1 yard)
- Backing (1 yard)
- Binding (1/2 yard)
- 28 Hexagons (Used as ...
You can take the girl out of America, but you can't take America out of the girl. Today is Black Friday at home...one of my favorite days of the year. I loved celebrating Thanksgiving for the family catch ups, naps on the living room floor with my cousins and football on the television. But on Black Friday I got to hit the shops with my mom, aunts and grandmother. A day out with the ladies. My aunts could really sniff out a bargain and my Gram was a great sport hitting up the malls. I think Mom tolerated ...read more
Just a few small bits and bobs to tell you about...mostly fabric happiness from the shop.
First, we have a winner for the Minimalista giveaway. The creative Rebecca (seriously...check out her blog!) will find this pretty bundle in her post box.
She was lucky number 90 of 179 entrants:
To pick up a bit of Minimalista for yourself, just hop over here.
Second, and still on the Minimalista theme, I cut and packaged up my LV charms for Rachael's LV charm swap at the Floral Suitcase. I used Confetti Watermellon as my fabric of choice. Love the ... read more
Last week was 100% focused on preparing for this past weekend's Food & Craft Gift Fair. Thankfully my Minimalista order from Art Gallery Fabrics arrived just in time to be included on the FSQ shelves for all of Galway to see. It was a smashing hit!
While I was preparing FQ bundles for the festival, I set one aside to giveaway to those of you who were not able to pop by. I can't keep all of the fabric goodness to myself, can I?
To enter, leave one comment below telling me which is your favorite print or your ... read more
Here are some of ... read more
I finally got around to adding some items to my Etsy shop last night.
Some new BIG bibs are available – my son turns two in a couple of weeks and he is still enjoying his Star Wars BIG bib. These are very large and cover the entire front of your baby / toddlers shirt to the waist. I backed these with either a thick terry cloth or soft Minky fabric.
I also decided to sell my ...read more
Last week I wasn't motivated to blog. It took a while to recover from our Electric Picnic adventures (unpacking and sleeping and all) and I picked up a (totally rockin') souvenir head cold. Anyway, life is back on track and I have missed you guys! Here's the news...
|Myself and Molly at the opening of the shop. Molly was more interested in|
her new friends at Madra to our left.
This past weekend I spent Saturday (7th Sept) with the shop at the Clarinbridge Market Day. Once a year they transform their town square into a market highlighting ... read more
I stumbled across this wonderful button shop in the rocks area of Sydney yesterday.
So many buttons and such cool ones!
Mia Hamilton's amazing entry in the Headland Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition on Waiheke Isaland.
UK Crafts Council Exhibition.
Fancy trying to beat the world record?
Chrildrens party idea.
Happy creating - Fiona marie x
1. mima + moo - french kitting ball
2. Auckland West - tree decoration
3. UK Crafts Council - exhibition hoops
4. Absurd World Records - person
5. Beneath the Rowan Tree - Candy Cane Poniesread more
After visiting The Make Cafe for the very first time last Saturday during the Bloggers Connecting conference I couldn't wait to get back there this weekend with my daughter and a have another look around.
I am definitely in my element when the 3 C's collide - Craft, Coffee & Cake.
So much beautiful fabric to choose from. In the end I picked up a crossword print, without the letters, seeing the potential for a bit of fun picking words to stitch and display in a hoop. That's shcool holiday project #1. We also bought a lovely little stamp ...read more