Last night I played along with all the others as part of Friday Night Sew In with Wendy.
I continued to decorate my bargain buy aprons. I'm having lots of fun doing this and luckily I do enjoy making colonial knots as there are lots on each apron.
Maxie decided to photo bomb the top left picture.
I was very happy to find perfect buttons to finish off this decorated tea towel.
With the festive season approaching lots of us will be travelling around visiting friends and families. If you are flying with a young child I thought this would make a gorgeous gift.
This Airplane Tray Activity Centre was designed by super clever Trina from Will Sew for Shoes and I think it is a brilliant idea. It is shared HERE on Sew Mama Sew. Enormous thanks to Trina for sharing it with us.
A couple of weeks ago a bought a few little pieces of art from Michelle Palmer. I adore her work. All these pieces are destined to become gifts although I may have to keep the littlest bear for me - he has stolen my heart.
I'll be having fun tonight sewing along with my bloggy friends as part of Friday Night Sew In. Pop over and visit Wendy at Sugarlane Quilts and you can join in too.
...to have such wonderful friends. Look at this really beautiful pincushion which was a present from my dear friend Christine of MacDonald's Patch. The colours Christine has chosen are so beautiful... and see the little hexies on the pink fabric, Christine certainly knows what I love.
Today I attended my hand piecing group at Sewn and Quilted, such a lovely group of ladies, we had a wonderful time. While I was I was there I spotted this little Tilda sample which I thought I'd share so all my Tilda loving friends could see it too.
and how cute is this tiny Tilda dolly.
Today's link is to a fabulous resource and a great gift idea.
This wonderful Makeup Brush Holder was featured on the Elna site HERE. If you check out the links in the left sidebar you will find lots and lots of lovely free projects. This design and tutorial were made by super clever Erin of Sew Bon who designs for them. There are more fabulous projects on her blog too. I haven't been to my loved NOTYQ Guild for a couple of months as I've been too sick to go but I'm heading off there today to catch up with my friends and I know I'll have a lot of fun.
I love Tilda fabric and I'm using it to surround my Rosalie Quinlan stitcheries.
I buy my Tilda fabric at Sewn and Quilted where Carol has a fabulous large selection and it is a dollar or two cheaper than I've seen it anywhere else. Yes, she sells online too. I love Tilda so much it is my current kitchen tablecloth.
I had a wonderful time with the Mill Rosie Friends on Saturday. There was so much fun and laughing, and eating and gift giving. Who would have thought laughing could be so tiring...Anne was asleep on the way home and I slept all day Sunday...well worth feeling a little bit tired for so much fun. I took over 50 photos but I won't share them all now or you will be very tired too. Here is a shot of everyone...
...except Sue who was our photographer.
Shez was so funny, and her alter ego, Naughty Santa was there too.
And it was lovely to have our dear friend and super Swap Mama, Cheryll visit us from NSW. I am so lucky to be part of this group of wonderful women. Can't wait to get together again next year.
Here is a LINK to a wonderful free pattern very generously shared by Amy Butler.