I feel so bad for Misty, she is really starting to get antsy from being laid up with that leg of hers--the doctor told her this week that it will still be at least a couple more weeks before she can start walking on it, and she was REALLY disappointed. I've been trying to spend more time upstairs with her instead of being down in my craftroom, so she doesn't get so lonesome! Therefore---lots of embroidery getting done, LOL. I get up early in the morning (before Misty is awake) and run down to my craftroom to sew up projects with the embroideries I have finished up while upstairs. Here are the new items I've gotten listed over the past several days.
Here's a new bagkeeper, Happy as a Lark. I made with this cute as heck singing Lark--a vintage Vogart pattern. The bagkeeper is a nice big one, and fully lined with a nice pink cotton. Peek in at my Etsy shop if you want a closer peek at the fun fabrics I used on this one. I sold my other little mouse bag--so I decided to do one up with another of the cute mice in that pattern line-- this pretty little mouse. Little Miss Emma, busy with her laundry on Tuesdays--carefully starching and pressing her favorite vintage embroidered linens! Decorative stitching and even a pretty daisy trim dress this one up very nicely.I've had so much fun making these little coasters--and I found some more of the red/white polka dot fabric in my stash--so I did up some of them in this aqua/red theme. Don't you love that pretty aqua rick rack? It was a gift from the sweet-as-pie Miss Bufforfington aka Dinah. Really, I just have the NICEST blog friends in the world! Thanks so much Dinah, it's gorgeous and totally made this project!And last, but not least, I did up this adorable little bluebird and turned it into the cutest little drawstring bag. I love the fabric on this--it reminds me of Grandma's favorite apron. I call this one Twitter Tweet.