The question on everyone's lips..... I love ric rac and sell it in all colours and sizes, my fav would have to be the linen ric rac. Have never known how you measure the width of the different ric racs until now.
Great to use when doing embroidery, simply run through your printer, press onto your background fabric and start stitching.
Then simply remove by submerging in warm water, agitate for 2 - 3 minutes and rinse thoroughly.
Yesterday I had some lovely ladies spend the day at Mrs Martin's for a Saturday Sewing Circle. It went brilliantly, they are going to sneak in another one before Christmas, so seems they enjoyed the day as well.
I cooked a pretty mean chocolate dessert even if l do say so myself.
Who have just completed the first year of the Cottage Garden Thread Club, some of you have just completed your first round, l have emailed and FB those who l can to see if they want to continue. If l haven't been in touch and you do want to continue can you please let me know.
Always wanted to do one and so have finally made a start on my cream (and l use that term loosely) and red hexie quilt. Still a long way to go but am loving what l have done so far. I am using 1" hexies.
I've just popped some info in the Classes Album on the right hand side of the blog. I am looking for volunteers to donate some time on November 7th, we will be preparing sanitary hygiene kits on the day.
There will be lots of help on the day of the workshop so that we make what we are making correctly. If you can spare some time l would love to hear from you.
Help us tackle the goal of making sure every woman and girl can have their own washable, effective feminine solution.
March, April, May Calendar I am away from Saturday April 15th until Monday May 8th. going on a road trip with seven other ladies from Chicago to Nashville. Along the way there will be a quilt shop or 2 and 4 days at the Paducah Quilt Market. I will be posting my adventures on the blog and Facebook.
The shop will be closed during that time.