Somehow another month has rolled around which means I get to have some stitchy fun – like I need an excuse – with this month’s Block Of The Month. Come see what I have been snipping and stitching when you have a mo.Read More »
For this months sewing project I decided to keep it simple so that I can practice at taking my time and not rushing/bumbling my way through. I also made the decision to change things up and go a bit old school.Read More »
You may recall that back in January – which seems so long ago now – I started out a mission to do a quilt block a month using the Scan N Cut. Well, I did get something quilty made this month but it wasn’t exactly “on plan”.
Come take a look …Read More »
Today marks the end of Januarys adventure creating a decorative patchwork quilt block from the pre-designed blocks found in the Scan N Cut machine. Grab a brew and I will update you…Read More »
Fancy a quick catch up on my BOTM adventure…?Read More »
As part of the efforts to bring more of my sewing adventures to this blog today sees the start of a series of posts that will stretch the entirety of this year and it begins with me revealing my bottom…Read More »
To Face Mask, or Not To Face Mask – Is It Really A Question? Since this whole virus lark kicked off there has been much natter about ways to protect oneself and oft the topic of face masks crop up. So, I thought I’d put on my rational filter and go check some info out […]
Today I would like to share a tale of serendipity and chance that will be leading to a new series of blog posts, eventually.
It’s quite a long journey so you may like to grab a brew before you dive in.Read More »
So, in November last year, I stumbled across an awesome product that folks with electronic cutting machines, and perhaps others, are going to LOVE – especially if you want to make wallets or handbags.
I, therefore, set to work testing it with a simple project that I made in Canvas Workspace, cut on my Scan N Cut, hand stitched together and am pleased to be able to share those results …Read More »
Hi All :)
Sometime ago I gave you a rough overview on how to make a simple tote bag. Before this I was on TV promoting sewing machines and a booklet that I had created to show how to make five different handbag styles.
I have decided to offer up the digital print-at-home version of that booklet for sale via the shop for £2
Fabric Friday hasn’t been around for a while but I’m pleased to say that I’ve literally been doing nothing else but see for two days … progress at last!!
I therefore thought that it would be nice to remind you (and me) of projects that I need to finish and those that I am about to embark upon.Read More »
Hello and welcome to another Fabric Friday. This week I thought that I would try something different and see if anyone would like to take part in a sort of a sew-along with me.
I recently purchased a jelly roll and thought that I would create a simple foundation paper piecing pattern that we can all have a go at – and hopefully I will be able to share my finished piece, along side yours in a future Fabric Friday post.
So what is this? I’m talking of Winter as we are going through some of the hottest days of summer?!
Well, it’s not quite as mad as it seems.
Hello again, and welcome to another Fabric Friday! :)
Now, you were probably expecting me to be showing you the finished project from last week’s post however, on time honoured tradition, I appear to have been distracted by another technique, lol!
This week I have been having another go with foundation paper piecing.Read More »
After completing the recent run of Fabric Friday Fat Quarter Fun blog posts I left you with a picture of some of the leftover fabrics.
This week, instead of buying more fabric, I decided to give a new project a go using that leftover stash.