I had to go into Wisbech today and never one to let an opportunity slip by I paid a flying visit to a few Charity Shops, there was a lot of tempting morsels but I found 1 perfect item.
This is a really soft double sheet, for the princely sum of £2 I have stacks of fabric, it has a cream background and a very pale print of pink flowers with green leaves. Yes I know, I was moaning about pink and green but this is just the job for these, and there are touches of blue and lilac in there.
These are a selection of the Vintage Sheet Charms that I bought from Mary Emmens, I got them through her blog a few weeks ago and have been looking for the right fabric to display them and now I have it. Win win.
Waiting for me to unwrap when I got back from the shops was a nice parcel from Amazon,
I have been lusting after this book since it was released, but I waited until the price was right for me,
it is full of all the basics so perfect for a beginner. There is a list of projects and all use scraps of various sizes I love it
This is a book for next winter, once it becomes dark and dreary and too cold to be outside much I will be sorting through my scraps and making plans, possibly buying fabric, make that definitely buying fabric. There is no way that I will have enough scraps to make these, but most of what I buy will be remnants or Charity Shop finds. That is unless my Fairy Godmother springs into action and magics me up some.
Right my tea is now cold and I am ready for a cuppa so it is TTFN Pam