Thank you for all your kind comments on my little wintery project for RJR! They mean so much to me!
Well, I have been super busy getting my new items finished for the shoppe. I will be moving my shoppe back over to Etsy because of some technical issues that I am having with Storenvy. They still haven't been resolved and it has been a rather frustrating and disappointing experience. I have really enjoyed my shoppe being over there these last two years, so it's kinda a bummer! You can find my new shoppe link over on my sidebar and above where it says "shop".
I will be reopening my shoppe with new pretties this coming Tuesday, February 10th at 11 a.m. PST! These are just a few of the new items that will be listed!
You can see some more sneak peaks over on my IG account! Thank you so much for visiting with me!
I just finished this sweet project that I made for the lovely folks over at RJR Fabrics with one of there new lines coming soon this June called White Christmas by Patrick Lose.
I really love the cute snowmen and winter scene prints in this line, so I thought this sweet vintage snowmen family from a Workbasket magazine was perfect to stitch up! I decided on a embroidered patchwork pillow in redwork and of course crocheted scallops to finish off the pillow!
I went with a simple patchwork baby size quilt, as I wanted to highlight the snowmen and winter farm scenes. I hand quilted it to give it that vintage look, which I love!
This would look sweet in a child's room for Christmas time!
I love the aqua and red in this line!
And a couple closeups of the snowmen and winter scenes! Aren't they sweet!
This was a fun project to make with these vintage inspired Christmas line! Thank you to RJR Fabrics for letting me play with this new line!
Now, it is back to hearts and sweet Valentine pretties for the shoppe!
Hope that you are doing wonderfully and having a fabulous start to the new year! I have been busy working away on some special projects and new pretties for the shoppe.
A new item that I have been working on are these sweet vintage inspired dresden hot pads/trivets. I went with the old way of hand stitching a circle piece of batting and fabric on the back and a blanket stitch around the center. I am really happy with how they turned out!
A sweet vintage feed sack in the middle adds a sweet touch to them! They were fun to make and the striped one I tried out for fun, but loved how it turned out. Might have to make a pink one, too!
I also made a pretty dresden pillow cover that will be in the shoppe soon, too! Doilies are always my favorite to add to the center to add a vintage touch!
This sweet Royal Copley doe and fawn vase is a lovely new addition to my home that I just love! Added some vintage plastic roses in it for now until spring. I am also working on a vintage stitching of a doe and fawn in this same pose, that I hope to be finishing soon to share.
I look forward to sharing some more projects with you and will be having a shoppe update in early February. Thank you for stopping by and visiting with me!
Merry Christmas! Hope that you have been enjoying this holiday season and are ready for Christmas! So, I was determined the last week to start/finish a special project that I had purchased last year, and I am happy to say that last night I completed my first vintage Bucilla Santa Mail Bag just in time for Christmas! Wow, these kits are a lot of work, but so worth every stitch, sequin, and bead in the end. I have to say that I'm so in love with this Santa! And, I think that he just might have to find a permanent spot in my sewing room so I can see him all year long. Now, to relax and recharge for the new year.
Wishing you and yours a most joyous and blessed Christmas! Thank
you for all your love and support this year. You have
truly blessed me and brightened my year! May you enjoy the holiday season and see you in 2015! xo
the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of
great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a
Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord..."Glory to God in
the highest and on earth peace to men on whom his favor rest." Luke
How are you doing? It has been such a busy month for me with my shoppe, and I am so grateful and appreciative of my amazing and sweet customers for all their love and support of my handmade business this year. They have blessed me so!! My shoppe is now closed for the holiday season and will be reopening in the new year. I am looking forward to relaxing and recharging for the year ahead. I still have some gifts to finish up and projects to work on for myself, so my hands are never quite resting. ;)
Well, Christmas has come a little early for me this year!! I am happy to be the new owner of my first Singer Featherweight sewing machine given to me by my lovely mother. My great grandmother gave it to her, and now she has passed it on to me which I am so excited about!
I looked up the serial number to find out what year it was made, and it was "born" on June 26, 1947. I guess they all have birthdays which is fun to know!
The detailing on the face plate and gold pin-stripping all over adds such a beautiful and special touch! They really are such amazing little machines!
So, I am completely in love with it and can't wait to oil it and start sewing away! I am beyond thrilled to have this family heirloom to treasure now.
Hope that you are doing wonderfully and enjoying the holiday season! Thank you for stopping by and visiting with me! Wishing you a most lovely week and Merry Christmas!