Hello! It’s been a while. On my kitchen table
today last night….
….some gorgeous fabric from Sew La La*, the pattern for a long coveted Washi Dress**, a roll of Swedish tracing paper*** and a 2 yard length of white cotton, to make a toile, found in a local charity shop for the princely sum of £1.50. Bargain!
I blogged about a brilliant project I was taking part in back in November and I’m sad to say I’ve not made much of all those plans. Last night we had our weekly virtual Sew-A-Long, hosted by Morwhenna on Facebook. It gave me the push I needed to gather everything together ready to get started.
I’ve showed you mine, are you going to share yours?
* I can highly recommend Sew La La for fast and friendly service. As well as a range of very reasonably priced cottons there is an array of haberdashery, including some wonderful patterned bias bindings and heart shaped Union Jack buttons. Oh my!
** Originally the pattern was only available as a download to print out at home and I didn’t fancy trying to put together a jigsaw of A4 paper with yards of sticky tape!
*** I eventually tracked down a UK supplier with the help of a kind lady on Twitter.