Late Saturday afternoon I finished my newest design, "HOME"...
My Blossom-girl saw it and fell in love so I need to stitch another one for her - especially as she just moved into a new rental home of her own...
This pattern is part of the March Stitchery Club - details HERE.
Some casual hours were spent on Sunday afternoon visiting different places on the world-wide-web where a few wonderful projects caught my attention. You see, I've been searching for some dress-making, wool applique, and children's softie patterns as they are all on my list of things to learn and enjoy during this Year of Gentle Domesticity.
Rather than keep them to myself, I thought you may be interested too - and each of these pattern is free!
I love this red spot dress from Sew in the UK, and it's exactly the style my Blossom-girl wears.
On the same site is a pattern to make these little squirrels!
We don't have squirrels in Australia but I think they're adorable and as I have two granddaughters who will celebrate their first birthdays in 2015 I might just give them a go.
I'm not a snowman person (or santa or elves), however this new little heart from the Bunny Hill Designs 2015 BOM caught my attention because I do love sheep (especially Dorpers and this reminds me of them) so I'm going to make this sweet heart hanger without the snowman.
With (hopefully) a cooling of temperatures in the tropics when winter arrives in June I'd like to make a couple of simple quilts.
These two from the Tilda blog are exactly my style - and maybe yours?
Spring Lake quilt pattern is HERE...
....and Apple Bloom can be found HERE.
Loving the prim style of this wool BOM over HERE at Buttermilk Basin!
If I can sit down and plan a sensible working & domestic duties schedule for the next few months I might see these lovely projects come to life in my sewing room. Fingers crossed!
What style of craft are you wanting to try this year?