Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Happy Halloween! I mean Easter wait who forgot about the Irish?

So I've had this pattern around for awhile and just in time for Easter I want to tell you about my Halloween Treat Bag Pattern! 
Ha, I know I must enjoy confusing the life out of my poor family and house. Nobody ever knows what holiday it really is here :)
 These are a tiny little pattern for an adorable Halloween trick-or-treat bag. I made some about 3 years ago for my own kids thinking there had to be something cuter (and with a larger capacity) than the classic pumpkins :) I made them with fabric lying around in green, and purple, or yellow, orange black, etc. You pick any of those Halloween colors and put it on a little kid in a cute costume and you can't go wrong! So they turned out adorable but I did learn a few things in the process :) So I thought I'd write it up and share! Now your kids can have even more fun trick-or-treating and the pictures will be fabulous!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Hello My Friends!

Oh what a lovely hiatus! Sorry I didn't warn you! Truthfully I didn't even warn myself :) but I do have a short story to tell you!

Poor homeless things. They need a sign "will work for space"
I've lost my sewing room :( sad I know but it's for a good cause. We've got 2 Sister missionaries living in our basement now and 2 sewing machines living in the dining room! We're working on finding the sewing machines a new home but no good ideas yet. On the plus side the sewing machines are much more accessible! I can't say the same for the dining room table :) hehe! At least I know my husband loves me!

A little fabric love. Vintage Groove by Carolee McMullin for AdornIt!

But as always I'm working on lots of projects!

With St. Patty's day around the corner who knows what could happen!

Pretty little thing...

So this is my new pattern :) It was created around the fall last year and has been selling well locally but I wanted all of you to know it's now available online through my etsy shop which is slowly filling up :) and through the MSQC! I love them!