It’s been a while since I have posted and my post is all about a craft meet up two months ago!
Mum’s house is quite a good meeting point for her, my sister and I to meet up. We managed to meet up in March and here’s what we got on with:
Having purchased a lovely new Singer sewing machine recently, my sister put it to the test by having her first attempt at appliqué! Not one to be daunted by a challenge, she decided to appliqué a friend’s name. A very impressive feat, going around all sorts of twists and curves when you’re still adjusting to a new technique and how your new machine works!
The great part about this bright and colourful cushion is that it’s all made from remnants. The main cushion is made from an ex-display curtain from a department store, with the money going to charity. The letters were cut from a swatch book, which had been picked up the same way from the same store.
I didn’t embark on a sewing project this time, but I did finish the second sleeve to a short sleeved cardigan I began two years ago! It’s now at the sew up stage before the neck band and button band are tackled…
There’s the progress of my mum’s doll, which she began in our February meet up. It’s coming together now it has a head! She wasn’t able to progress with it that weekend, but she did hem up someone’s new net curtains by hand!