Friday, 17 April 2015

The ShopHop Prize - 1st and 2nd of May

The ShopHopPrize includes; a Moda Jelly Roll, 12 fat quarters including Dashwood, Heather Bailey and Art Gallery Fabrics. Three balls of DMC Cotton yarn, two balls of perle cotton, two YLI hand quilting threads, two machine Quilting King Tut threads, two rolls of lacy ribbon, two rolls of pompom/ricrac trim, a pair of stalk embroidery scissors, some gorgeous ceramic buttons, a pack of self threading needles, a hanky cover case, two gingham ribbons and a set of Tilda paper piecing templates........woo hoo...lets ShopHop!

 Shop Hop is back! For those of you who participated last know the score..but if you've yet to ShopHop with us this is the deal.........

On Fri 1st and Sat 2nd of May we will be teaming up with our lovely friends  Sally from Sally's Sewing Box in Princes Risborough and Judy from Sew Patchwork. Visit all 3 shops over the two days pick up a sticker in each and be entered for our prize draw to win all of the items in the pictures above!

There will also be lots of fantastic special offers at all of the shops, our infamous Skinny Bolt Sale will be running for two days and we really hope that you can pop in and join in.

Round up your friends, make a date, book somewhere lovely for lunch and make a day of it...oh and good luck! I'm a little bit sad I can't enter myself! Love this springy coloured prize!

This week has been bathed in summery sunshine.

We've revelled in all the new space at The Workroom.

The sun has shone in, and creativity has blossomed everywhere!

We made gorgeous baskets

Saw fantastic quilts come to fruition....this one by Gillian from our Log Cabin Workshop..

Paula's wonderful Simple Sampler from last terms Simple Sampler Class..........

...............with it's amazing Modern Appliqué inspired back...

A nautically inspired half square triangle baby quilt...

We introduced another new class to their sewing machines at our complete beginners Get To Know Your Sewing Machine class, and our Bee in My Bonneters are pushing for the finish line with their quilts - it's all so exciting! 

We sold out two orders of Farm Girl Vintage and cleared out the UK suppliers of their remaining stock. I expect there is a preponderance of patchwork chickens springing up this weekend across the Chilterns!

 Today we kicked off our Patchwork Cushions class again....

These are going to be such wonderful cushions!

Tomorrow we pack our new room to the rafters with enthusiastic little sewing people as Miss Stitch hosts a sell out day of back to back classes of 7 - 12 year olds making springy wreaths. 

Next week we do it all again with the start of a whole new term of Simple Samplers...can't wait. Enjoy the sunshine this weekend and I hope you squeeze some sewing in xx