Friday is my sewing day, and a friend recently asked me to make a wallet for her, inspired by this I made another today.
Think my old one is going and this will take its place:)
Enjoy your weekend.
For someone who claims to have NO stash of fabrics, I seem to have uncovered a huge pile of oilcloth which I’ve been hoarding for far too long;) So here’s the deal, I would love to share some of this oilcloth to any of my readers and the likes, who might fancy a go to sew with some of it. It does make up really pretty bags, cases, aprons and more – let your imagination run with it. I have a few tutorials on things I’ve made as well as some tips on how to sew with it. Best to use a teflon foot as it has a tendency to stick and can be detrimental to your sewing machine, but failing that, some masking tape stuck to the underside of your machine foot does the trick pretty well.
I’ve listed my oilcloth on etsy and will be selling it in bundles – have a look see if you are interested…
Thanks for stopping by.
Good morning, the weekend was so hectic and filled with things I barely had a minute to spare to sit down with Mr Random Generator and find a winner for my give away.
Thank you to everyone who entered and commented. It’s always fun to read your comments.
Without further ado the winner of these bags
goes to Alessandra Lace who said ‘I love yellow. thank you for this chance. hugs Alessandra’
Well done to you, I will email you shortly to get your postal details.
Thanks again to all of you and well come to any one who has now joined to follow my blog:)
Enjoy your seasons festivities.
Although I missed the SewMamaSew Giveaway, Michelle of the ‘Quilting Gallery’ will also be having a give away this month to celebrate its fifth birthday:) So coming up the 10th I will share my give away prizes.
I finished my oilcloth bag for Ms M too.
And the free motion on my stained glass door piece continues …
Linking with Nina Marie @ Creations Quilts, Art, Whatever…
Have a great weekend,
Months do have a habit of disappearing so quick – September was month of celebrating small projects for me –
Some Mo’ Blocks for Danielle.
A few Oilcloth Bags
An Oilcloth Tennis Racquet Cover
Linking with Lily’s Quilts Fresh Sewing Day
I chose a little project today – small one away having fun in her new school gave me the opportunity for some undivided attention to make this oilcloth bag.
It was fun to do and satisfying to finish in the time she was away.
Hope you are all having a good week.