|These are the lovely ladies I finished today, ready to post tomorrow!!|
|This fabric is so heart-achingly beautiful. It feels so soft and is perfectly faded. Luckily there is enough left over|
for me to make one for myself if I have the skirt a bit shorter...
|This dress is a perfect example that sometimes you don't need the prettiest fabric to make a pretty dress...|
|A new project...|
|Inspiration from here|
I had an awesomely productive day, finishing heaps of dresses - THANK BLOODY GOODNESS!!!! I am right on my 8 week wait time. Luckily, I have just completed the last of the orders from the Frankie rush, I still have a lot of orders to finish, but from here on it should be an easier load to manage.
What a ride!! It has meant lots of late night sewing sessions, a messy house, 3 million cups of tea and too many ginger bikkies. Thanks all so much for your patience, encouragement and support!! What a dream come true it is to be able to work from home doing what I love!!
In other news I have already started another quilt. High on the success of my first attempt at a large quilt, and excited to use my new fat quarters from the swap, I stayed up late on Monday night and half finished a new quilt top. I will share some photos of that tomorrow.
Yes well - I know that I have a lot of projects on the go. That's just how I roll. I'm sure that there is a saying out there about fingers and pies that would be relevant to me...
Any tips on Rag rugs?? Please share - this is my first attempt and I am open to advice.
I hope so much that you are well and happy - wherever you are...