So my camera isnt working, im not surprised, as i took it to the beach last week, and like the kind loving mother that i am handed it to my 9 year old, to click away merilly.
Not until i turned and looked that I saw to my horrow, 2 hands covered in SAND........ I looked at him , I looked at my camera and just shook my head. Well at least he had fun for 5 minutes.
We closed the the lens and packed it away, after shaking all the sand out.
When some new fabric arrived earlier this week, I excitedly got my camera out and YES, it had sand in it. I had totally forgotten we had taken it to the beach and the sandy hands incident.
So it is now at Teds being de-sanded so I can use it again.
So again whilst this is happening, i thought Id add some special offers for the Easter holiday, seeing as though i cannot take any new pics of my nice new quilting fabrics until next week hopefully!!!
I shall have a special each day, with the previous being put back to its original price. So be quick because they will change quickly.
Heres todays. happy shopping........
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We used to live on the Warwickshire/Northamptonshire border in the UK, which is where this pew was from originally, a little church in a village where we lived, were making more room and selling off surplus pews.
We paid around $400 for it 6 years ago, it weights a tonne, and suited our little cottage. It has loads of character. And in the right house or setting would look fab. A couple of coats of varnish and some pretty cushions would make all the difference!!
It even has a couple of hooks in the back to hang a kneeling cushion, and a shelf to keep your prayer book.
Easter bags, party bags, play bags, little book bags, they can be called anything, but I like to call them party bags, as they are just large enough to hold some yummy lollies, and few goodies. The bag in itself is a gift.
These are also environmentally friendly, as can be used time and time again, by the little party goer.
Each bag is hand made in a gorgeous polka dot cotton fabric and cupcake grossgrain handles, fully overlocked on the inside and double stitched for strength.
These were a special order for a customer and thought they turned out so well, that id share with you all.
An absolute riot of colour from Amy Butler Laminated Cotton/Oilcloth, just arrived yesterday, it was a long time coming. I think they went around the world a couple of times extra, anyway it was worth the wait. Im so having trouble deciding which one I love best.
This is the Trumpet Flower from the LOVE Collection, in the Emerald green Colourway, the yellow and purple work so well together making this a stunning design, looks good on my dining table too...