Monday, October 11, 2010

Sewing Sewing Sewing

After a full on weekend feautring 1 x 9 foot Christmas tree, 1500 fairy lights and 100's of red and gold baubles the Christmas Tree is up at the shop and looking beautiful. I will take some pics tommorrow when I go to work . Ab and I went down and flicked the switch last night and it looks great all lit up and filling the window of the shop with sparkling little lights

Today I have had a day at home .......shop is shut on Mondays......so I set to finishing a couple of ideas that I have been playing with for the last couple of weeks and I feel like I have had a very productive day.
The patterns for these two designs will be available in the shop or at


later in the week

Oh Christmas Tree is a great weekend project, quick and easy little table runner with its own centre piece of 3 Chenile Christmas Trees.....they are so easy you will want to make more



When this range of fabrics featuring all your Stitch intructions......just like the stitch guides in the mags I just had to make I'm itch'n to be stitch'n. It is an folder cover which had heaps of pockets for your pigma pens, unpickers, scissors etc along with a cute little pins and needles pouch and rings for those beautiful cottage garden threads we all love to use. There are pockets for the packaged embroidery threads and is is made to fit a A4 ring binder so you can also add plastic pouches for your other embroidery threads and even plastic sleeves containing your stitcherys



I hope you all enjoy my lastes offerings and you are all having lots of fun with your stitching.
I did take lots of pics at the Port Broughton Rainbow Quilters Quilt Exhibition last weekend but unfortunatley I have miss palced the cord to my camera but I will post those pics as soon as I lay my hands on it
well best get on with typing up these patterns
til next time
happy stitch'n
hugs
Robyn  x

1 comments:

oregonpatchworks said...

Great creativity of yours i really appreciate it....That was really nice.....!!!

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