My Makes in Summer 2017

I have been very busy over the last three months, so haven't had time to write in my blog.

Starting in September, I have started to have a market stall every week, so for this I have been busy making things to sell along side my haberdashery. Aprons are easy and are a great seller, so I have made several varieties.

Shirts made into aprons:



Reversible aprons for children:



Egg collecting aprons:


Chef’s aprons:


Make-up or cosmetic bags that are waterproof lined:


Also fully waterproof toiletry and make-up bag combo:


Bags are always a favourite of mine. So a messenger bag with Alexandra Henry Sugar Skulls fabric:


Also, bags for dog walkers. The small ones are snap closured, with a detachable wrist strap. The green one with dogs, I have only just finished, this has many pockets and a cross body strap:


Halloween has been and gone and a couple of these cheeky bats have made a new home:


With winter on the horizon, I have made a stack of bowl cosies. A couple of these have made it to our kitchen and are great for home made soup:


Other things I have made for us include, a panda insulated lunch bag for me, a waterproof treat pouch for hubby and I finished the Sashiko/indigo quilt:


But by no means last, presents for friends, a cat pencil case and coin case for my cat mad friend and a felt cake for Café Crème – gluten free and vegan to boot!


I have thoroughly enjoyed making these and have many more items that will be coming out of my sewing room. So why not come and check my market stall or my Etsy page?