I’ve finished a couple of gorgeous new scarves and a cute bag, have a look!
Hey everyone, I’d like to clear out a few bags from the shop so for the next week or so I’ll be doing a buy 2 get 1 free sale in my shop. Here’s how it works:
You put 3 items in your cart and checkout with all 3. I will refund the item with the lowest sale price along with shipping for that item. Simple! This is good for any item in the shop now, bags or patterns.
Not only is everything included in the buy 2 get 1 free sale, my regular sized box bags have all been marked down to $20 for the sale.
Thanks for looking!
I got this fantastic Tardis fabric from Spoonflower a few days ago at the request of a customer. Look how pretty it is on the floral swirl background!
I’ve been obsessed with making soft toys for the last few weeks. I made 2 gorgeous hippos and have already been able to gift one to it’s new home. It was hard to send it away, I will need to make one for myself eventually.
And I made a giant slug for another small friend!
So much toy crafting going on! I barely had time to finish this gorgeous woven scarf. It’s made in Bugga and the color is “Painted Damsel”.
And finally, I made this bag several weeks ago. I love the fabric, wish I could source more of the tattoo flash twill.
I’ve been spinning like mad lately. Here is one of 3 skeins I’m working on for a sweater. It’s worsted/aran undyed merino, about 500 yards.
And about 500 yards of some Southern Cross Fibers polwarth/cashmere/silk. I will be using this in a sweater for D.
And a scarf I wove for my friend Elisa. It’s made of cashmere Gothsocks in the color “He’s A Mean One” with some black skinny bugga thrown in to stretch the yardage.
I’ve been working on some more woven pouches and a larger bag for the shop as well.
And some socks I started yesterday. The pattern is Marlene, aren’t they gorgeous? The yarn is bugga in Ruby Tailed Wasp.
Hope you’re having a crafty, relaxing weekend!
I’ve just made these beautiful pouches from my own handwoven fabric.
And a couple of new bags in the shop as well, I had fun with some contrasting color stripes on the outside. I love what it adds to the already gorgeous fabrics.