I have barely given a thought to Christmas other than order copious quantities of food and drink – the fizzy wine has arrived…
Just ONE person is getting a home made present from me this year (*handing in my designer-maker union card, whilst relatives breathe a sigh of relief*). I made this little coin purse as a surprise gift for a friend:
I love this Echino fabric so much, and was delighted to discover I have a fair bit left (the rewards of delving around in my fabric stash mountain), because it doesn’t seem to be so easy to get hold of any more.
I am now busy writing a tutorial for Fat Quarterly, which will naturally involve Liberty fabric and the finished item will look something like this:
This little pincushion is made up of four tiny log cabins stitched together – a great way to use the tiniest of scraps! I am selling this over on Facebook if you fancy a little Christmas gift for yourself (free Liberty Lawn scrap pack included… if that helps?).
I have a little piece of shop news from my Liberty emporium on Folksy… as a Christmas gift to my lovely customers, any orders made between now and December 25th will be automatically entered into a draw to win a bundle of 12 Liberty lawn mini-singles of their choice and a copy of The Liberty Book of Home Sewing. I am also offering gift vouchers, for needlewomen/men who like to choose their own Christmas presents! I can send these by email, for you to print off, right up to the 24th December (just in case…).