I've joined the Pay it Forward challenge over at Sarah's blog. I met Sarah recently at the Creative Women Workshop in Launceston. Her work is beautiful and I couldn't resist the temptation to receive something lovely made by her.
The rules are that the first three people to join the challenge on my blog will receive a gift handmade by me. I have 365 days to make and send your gift -hopefully it won't take me that long. You must then do a post on your blog inviting 3 more people to join in and receive a handmade gift from you. Hope that makes sense! Sounds like fun so leave a comment soon if you want to take part.
A much anticpated parcel arrived on Thursday and I am now the proud owner of my very own jelly roll.
It was on sale at the Fat Quarter Shop for $24 US dollars (do the maths!) and is the Allspice Tapestry range from Three Sisters. Until I decide what to make, it will be prominently on display on the hall cabinet.
I also got some Simplicity fabrics to make the bag and quilt Natalie from Cinderberry Stitches presented at the workshop in Launceston. Very yummy.
Today I found time to start the Blossom and Bloom bag. I love the pink floss on the spotty green fabric - although not the best photo!
I went a bit nuts with the pincushion decorations this week - including one not in the photo I'm up to 25! My sister has also caught the bug and is busy making her own little collection.
Getting late so bye for now.