2015 Round-up

Oh boy have I been busy this year!

Whilst making this collage I thought I might try to select my top three favourite projects to share with you. But no way Jose, there's simply no way I could pick just three! It's a little like trying to pick a favourite out of my children. Nope, love them all. So many memories here - and lots more happening behind the scenes, what an awesome year it has been. I still have a few projects in work-in-progress mode (let's face it, who doesn't) - specifically my alphabet quilt, my Farmer's Wife quilt, and my Storytime cross-stitch sampler to mention just three. All are favourites, and none of them are abandoned, but working to some hard deadlines recently has meant that I had to put all discretionary sewing on hold for a little while. Hopefully I can get them all finished in 2016! (me = ever the optimist).

I took advantage of the Christmas break and did a major tidy up of my sewing room and fabric stash, and my computer files. I came across several pictures that I had shared on my Instagram feed but forgotten to share here on the blog! So let's catch you up.

~ cute star ornaments, pattern from Wild Olive ~

~ hexie trays, pattern from A Spoonful of Sugar ~

~ strawberry pincushions using my tutorial ~

~ WIP shot of my storytime 2015 Annual Sampler by the Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery ~

~ Pam Kitty Morning fabrics - so happy and cheerful ~

~ my new vintage style shopper bike, great for riding all around our small town ~

~ adult colouring books whilst my sew-jo has gone MIA ~

~ beautiful turquoise Liberty of London tana lawn from Ava & Neve ~

~ this is what I do to pears who have been naughty! ~

~ Homespun magazine's 2016 diary, I am one of the designers featured in it ~

~ pretty fabric pull for a secret sewing project ~

~ pear pattern testing for the lovely Frampuna on Instagram ~

~ pretty fabric bundle from a Japanese shop ~

~ love these gorgeous books featuring covers by Anna Rifle Bond ~

~ an EPP mini quilt, hexie tray, and pincushion I made for my secret swap buddy ~

~ another happy fabric bundle ~

~ pile of 28 blocks I made for a Liberty postage stamp block swap ~

~ another fabric bundle - this time pastel coordinates ~

That's it for now - see you next year folks! Sending you all my warmest wishes for a new year filled with love, laughter, and lots and lots of crafty time!


  1. What beautiful, beautiful projects! Just one look at this blog and it inspires me to create :)! Especially love all the 'pastelly' fabrics. I too could never choose a favorite from all of them. Happy New Year, Sedef!

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