Fabulous Week

Good evening all, hope you are well. I have had a fabulous week, making more of the Newborn Baby Beanie Hats for the local hospital and attending the Knitting and Stitching Show on Saturday at Alexandra Palace in London.

I bagged some beautiful Bio Laminated fabrics from Sewing Sanctuary, hedgehogs and dachshunds, more makeup bag gift sets will be available soon. Please contact me if you would like to pre-order.

Sewing Sanctuary Bio-Laminated fabric

The Arty Crafty Place have so many amazing blocks and paints, that resistance was futile and two new blocks, including a retro sewing machine and three paints purchased, before I regained my self control and walked away from their stand (with a big smile on my face).

The Arty Crafty Place Goodies

I enjoyed chatting with Kerry Lord from Toft UK whilst getting the new book I bought for my sister-in-laws birthday signed and receiving a special limited edition patch (also personally signed) was a bonus. Tilly Walnes from Tilly and the Buttons assisted with fabric requirements so I could purchase some turquoise needle cord material to make the Ness skirt, a pattern I treated myself to, from last years show.

Turquoise needle cord fabric, Toft patch and Daisy and Grace triangle template

Lastly, but not least, I loved the quilted hanging Christmas trees and couldn’t resist the template from Daisy and Grace to add to my Christmas decoration range. Again, please contact me at needleznpinz@outlook.com to pre order.

As I said, fantastic week, broadband is still an issue, but fingers crossed it won’t be long before it’s fixed.

Please visit my website and follow me. I will be posting about all the new items as they are made. Clare x


Published by Needlez 'N' Pinz

By week days I am a Quantity Surveyor and at all other times I am sewing, knitting or crocheting, even on the banks of lakes whilst fishing (a little diverse, I know) My Mum taught me to knit at a young age, in fact, I can't remember not being able to knit. I started knitting dolls clothes and they required sewing. I was keen to develop my skills and went on to learn cross stitch and embroidery, but sewing clothing, bags, home furnishings and quilting are my absolute passion.

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