Well, it’s been a bit quiet here lately. I have been doing some sewing but generally I’ve either been doing temp work or applying for jobs, fun activities I’m sure you’ll agree, but possibly not the most exciting of blog topics.
There were a couple of things I wanted to highlight:
- It’s Zoe’s Brighton Craftaganza tomorrow! I’ll be heading down and I can’t wait. I’ve been helping her out with some posts for the blog, check it out here if you’re interested.
- I’ve also started a regular blog post on Fridays for Heart Home magazine. So far I’ve written about one of my favourite artists Carl Larsson, making your own cushion covers, and some interesting illustrators.
And the last and most important thing:
Yes, that’s 20% off vintage pattern heaven, the shop where most of my disposable income goes.
The discount code is SPRINGY20, which Kestrel Finds and Makes has kindly arranged as part of her birthday celebrations, so hop over there and say thanks!
I have my eye on a couple of patterns, which I’m not going to post in case one of you buys them, but here are some of my other favourites:
This ‘Cleopatra meets a dental hygienist on the Starship Enterprise’ mash-up is rather special.
This next one is SO 60s. I wouldn’t wear it to any festivals, in case you are mistaken for a large teepee by any wandering hippies who will then form an acoustic guitar circle beneath your ample fabric shelter.
This one is very Annie Hall, and actually looks like a super nice jacket pattern.
Do you have any favourite Etsy vintage pattern sellers?