Monday, August 3, 2009

Making

A new fretwork bag from Thea & Sami's most wonderful fabric.  I adore this print so much.  The last bag I made with this fabric was given to a very dear friend for her 40th birthday.  Thea was so generous with her time when I ordered several metres of this fabric the other week.  It was printed super quick at a  time when she was busy moving studios.  Just beautiful!  


Little no sew envelopes from this pattern.  So much fun.  

Yummy bread rolls.  The recipe can be found here.  This recipe turns out so well.  I cooked some up yesterday for lunch when I had five children to feed.  It was the first time there was silence all day.  Warm, sweet straight out of the oven goodness.  I had mine with butter and strawberry jam.  Sorry no pics of the finished product as no one would wait long enough.  

I have also signed up to SoopSee.  I really like the idea of having my etsy shop, blog and bits and pieces together.  This is the link to Little Mary Moo's Place.  Shall see how it goes.  

4 comments:

Sandrine said...

Your friend must have been thrilled to receive your beautiful bag for her birthday!Your new combine site looks fabulous!Looks like a great idea...can not beleive it is free?

Hot Fudge said...

What a beautiful bag - and what a lucky friend. I am intrigued by your reference to SoopSee, which I had never heard of, so I look forward to hearing how it all goes.

Faith Hope and a whole lotta Love said...

I LOVE that bag!!! :) The no sew envelope sounds just up my alley as I can't sew!! & that bread - Oh yum - nothing better than fresh homebaked bread with butter & jam! yummmmm :)

Twinkle Star Art said...

The bag is lovely. I really like that fabric design too. Obviously there's no bread left over for me! I love freshly home baked bread.

Your SoopSee looks really professional. I'd never heard of it before reading this post. I might give it a go too. Is it free? or is there a catch?

 
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