Sunday, 15 December 2013

It's been a while

 I have been silly busy. There have been carol concerts, school fetes, a craft evening and a two Christmas parties and several birthday parties.
Some small projects were completed. The weather tissue holder for my Dad
 Makeup bag for friend E.
 Makeup bag for friend A. She has a thing for moustaches…. well this Riley blake fabric is just perfect.
Teacher presents were mug rugs this year. The children chose the fabrics. I am not sure I would have gone with the red Christmas tree. 

I have also done some sewing for a couple of commissions. I will post pictures of those when they are finished. 

Hope you are all having fab Sunday. 

Monday, 2 December 2013

Monday Making

I am making this little table topper for Christmas. Not sure we can get much more Christmassy than  stars and Pine trees.

Husband has a day of today and I promised to help move wood into the wood store. Hopefully more sewing soon.

Sunday, 1 December 2013

Sunday Sewing and small blog meet.

 I have been stupidly busy this week. There has been an Advent Assembly to attend, then the traffic on the A34 was so bad one day that I might as well not have bothered trying to go anywhere. (the diversions were the route I take to pick up the daughters). I volunteered to help at the Christmas Fayre, so that was three days of not seeing my beloved Pfaff.
 Today however I found my sewing machine. The daughters did their homework on the table I was sewing at. Not always the easiest way to sew. I used my cute Japanese fabrics to make some purses for a Craft evening I am attending.
 I love this super cute box corner pouch. You can get so much in them. I thought it would make a great little first aid pack.
 I think you need to be cold hearted to not love these little girls in Kimono.
 I just need to find a popper stud for the purse on the right.
Daughter 2 "needs" one of the kimono girl purses. I don't see her need as much as she does. But they are lovely.

I am linking to Lily's Small blog meet. Hope you all have a great first Advent Sunday.