I was more than a little excited to open the post and discover a copy of this month’s Sewing World magazine, I *may* have let out a squeal of excitement and jumped around from foot to foot doing an enthusiastic a happy dance. It’s been a long time coming but I’m thrilled the day has finally arrived and my words are right there in black and white printed on something I can actually touch and flick through, accompanied by photos of some of my favourite plush makes. Continue reading “I’m in this month’s Sewing World magazine and you can get a discounted subscription!”
Oh my! This new collection “Sausalito Cottage” from Lakehouse might be too pretty for words. Designed by Holly Holderman, Sausalito is actually a city in California with pretty hillside shoreline and this collection certainly nods to kicking back and relaxing through the summer months. Images of the garden are throughout; there are flowers, butterflies and bees buzzing around. I think this collection would make a beautiful feminine quilt and it’s vintage feel would be great for clothes and homely makes.
The collection is available here. What would you make with it?
I’m slowly going through the wee dress patterns I like in the pattern cabinet for Baby Plush. I need them to be quick and easy as I’m so time poor these days, but I still want to make pretty things for my baby girl. There’s no point having all of these beautiful fabrics surrounding my day if I can’t indulge now is there?! Continue reading “Dress Love: Butterick B5776”
That spooky time of year is almost upon us and I was determined not to get caught short this year so I’m well prepared and have already made Baby Plush’s Halloween dress. Continue reading “Easy Make: Reversible Halloween Dress”
Following on from my popular post about the fabric possibilities for dribble bibs I thought it would be a good idea to run a series of these posts to talk about the other more specialist fabrics we stock in the Plush Addict Shop. We get lots of questions about which is the best waterproof fabric to use for a particular type of garment or handmade item so I figured this would be the next one in line for a bit of (hopefully!) helpful blurb. Continue reading “A Waterproof Fabric Guide”
Things at Plush Towers tend to move at 100 miles an hour, and the rate we get through premises is no exception. That terrible fabric addiction I have is to blame I think and fabric tends to eat the buildings we occupy. First it was my house, then it was my mum’s house, then it ate our first “proper” unit, then when 2 pallets of Kona solids arrived one day we knew it was time for another move. Continue reading “New Space At Plush Towers”