Is it that time again?! Blimey, I can't believe I haven't blogged for a week..I'm a bit gutted because I wanted to be a more regular blogger than that...In fact, I'm generally a bit disappointed in the amount of sewing that's going on around here at the moment...despite lots of effort I have just about managed to keep on top of my Bee commitments (which by the way, I love - I'm learning so much from joining in with these sewing communities, plus my Bee members are a highly entertaining and lovely caring bunch!)
but I don't have a lot else to show! Which means another week has passed at the shop without me putting any new stock in there...grrrr..and I had grand ideas about approaching a couple of other places too...
So next week, I need a concerted effort to get all these ideas buzzing round in my head down onto fabric. I'll link up to the lovely gang over at Freshly Pieced (despite the lack of progress!) but won't do a full round up this week, instead here's the little bit of sewing I have managed to do!
Bee Europa block for Cara. It's a braid strip which is surprisingly easy to do, but such an effective result...I'm fascinated to see how these come together..
Project 51 - this is a secret project for an amazing person, and I am just a little piece of it, here are the blocks I've made and I can tell you now, the finished article is going to be BRILLIANT!
Oh, and to make myself feel better I had a little splurge at fabric rehab at the weekend, on colours I don't seem to have a lot of.... With their normal brilliant service, this little pile was received yesterday..(the two on the end are a little extra from my local sewing shop!)
Including the awesome Alexander Henry print on the right (Griffith leaf) which was on sale and inspired me to have a play with diamonds this morning (during morning nap!)...I'm thinking white sashing...what do you think?
Don't call me Betsy, only I don't have a "Go baby" to help with the cutting (sob!)