Thanks to...

Thanks to April from Sew to Speak blog for the super cute (and super easy) pattern of the Mini Matryoshkas doll.

And thanks to my good friend Sonia for the super sweet (and super easy) Sewing Case pattern (...sorry not from web!).


Lucky charm pigs

Inspired from the North European Christmas tradition the dots pigs are lucky charms for the near Holidays season.

I made them with the wonderful Ta Dot fabrics by Michael Miller.

I will add a chocolate coin to everyone and I will use them as a Christmas present for the friends.


Not yet winter but...

I have changed the header and the background into the winter version.

Not yet winter...it's true, but today here is the first "like winter" day and so I have adjusted the blog look.


One more cup

I made one more coffee cup with the wonderful Kaffe Fassett fabrics (prints and shot cottons).

This time I have used the sewing machine appliquè...

...and I'm happy for how it turns out.


A birthday gift

The small bag, I made with silk and Kaffe scraps, holds a special gift for a friend.

What will it be ?

A bracelet full of heats charms!

She will be 45 on December and I wish her heartily a happy birthday!


Colors therapy day three

For the third day of the colors therapy I show you my new colorful fabrics.
Happy Cups and Coffee Pots bought from Fabric Rehab .

The weather is quite nice today...as you can see in the pic...

...and from the smile of miss Red Bunny!


Colors therapy day two

To go on with the colors therapy ( again cloudy weather today!) I made a little Christmas rabbit accessorized with a cute hand bag where to hide a secret...

But she waiting for something again...a little knitted scarf...

( ...and maybe two little smiling eyes?)


Colors therapy

I don't know how about the weather where you live, but here more than a week of raining days and grey sky. So for my colors therapy against the cloudy days today I made this pincushion inspired by Kajsa book .

Are it just cute?

It make me smile!


Grey sunday

During a grey and wet Sunday I dream in colors.

This are wonderful and just colorful hand dyed fabrics from my stash and on which I thinking for a new liberated project.


Modern pot holder tutorial

Do you like my new pot holders?...you can make them too!
You need 2 pieces of fabrics and 1 of special thermal stuffing about 9x5 inch (22x12,5cm), a label or a little piece of a nice ribbon and the template.

(Click here to enlarge and print the template...if you have any problem, please, mail me and I will send the template in PDF form.)

Draw the template on the fabric back side....
....and sew following the line to join the sandwich in this order.
Remember to leave an opening to turn inside out .
Cut the fabric around....

...turn inside out and press.
Stitch all around to close the opening and sign the middle with a decorative stitch.

Your new pot holder is done!
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