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Friday, 9 December 2016

Sew Cute Patterns

Sew Cute Patterns brings your creativity to life with cute and easy sewing patterns. Create your own stuffed animals, rag dolls, and other plush toys to fill your play room with toys that are so cute!  Click to shop patterns!

stuffed animal patterns
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Monday, 5 December 2016

Plushie Patterns!

Have you ever wanted to make your own stuffed animal but thought it would be too hard?  Shop Sew Cute Patterns for cute and easy patterns!  Click here to shop!

Thursday, 1 December 2016

Enter our giveaway!

Enter our teddy bear & pattern giveaway!

Enter our giveaway for a chance to win a free custom teddy bear and any two free plushie patterns! One winner chosen everyday from December 1st - 4th!
To enter:

  • Add a comment on Facebook or like or Facebook page! Go to Facebook!
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  • Purchase any pattern and get 30 extra chances to win! Shop!
Winners will receive a handmade 10" teddy bear and will get to choose the fabric! Fabric will be chosen from Joann's huge selection of cute flannel fabric patterns.
Winners will also get their choice of two plushie sewing patterns from Sew Cute Patterns. Patterns will be delivered via email in a PDF file which you can download and print.
Winner will be announced by email.
Must be 18 to enter.
Shipping address of the teddy bear must be within the US.
Good luck and happy stitching!

Handmade Poodle Toy

Several years ago i sold a sewing pattern to one of my regular buyers to create a poodle dog, the toy dog was given to the ladies aunt for Christmas.

Friday, 25 November 2016

The Knitting & Stitching Show, Harrogate 2016

I went to the Knitting & Stitching Show in Harrogate yesterday. Here are some of the wonderful artworks on view.
Christina Ellcock's work inspired by the coast. 

One of nine of Sally Skaife's oyster pictures. 
 These pieces were made by member of the unFOLD group of textile artists. 
Debbie Lyddon, Liminal Objects: Sea Purses 4, 2016 (linen, wire, saltwater).
Cushion cover by Annie Eastwood, 1923.

Unfinished miniature hexagonal patchwork with beading.
Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn have a huge exhibition space filled with their art works, books, DVDs and their sketchbooks and samples.
Sketchbook pages and samples

 Bracket Fungi Sample by Jan Beaney

 Sue Stone's "Do You Remember Me?" 63 self portraits, one for each year of the artist's life.

An exhibition space filled with textile art on the theme of nature.
 Annette Collinge, Petworth I and II

 Janet Edmonds', Browns Place

 Diana Springall, Cornus Aurea in Winter at Leeds Castle
Another major feature of The Show is the huge variety of stands selling everything textile-related: yarns, threads, tools, antique textiles, books. I really could have spent a fortune on beautiful supplies 'just-in-case', but managed to limit myself to some sashiko thread and needles and a piece of Japanese fabric in dark indigo, from Japan Crafts, four books from Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn, plus a bag of colourful thread ends from Oliver Twists.