Way back in July Bernice and I attended a lovely fabric tag class at Bramble Patch and these are the tags I made:
They were all going to have eyelets set in them but I struggled putting the first two in and decided life was too short to carry on and do all 7 so I used Tim's hangers instead
I was also going to ink all the edges but I am unsure of the middle one that I have inked so have left the others as is - they now all hang on my birdcage in the craft room for inspiration. We were taught by the lovely Angie Hughes and had a fabulous day out - I recommend Bramble Patch for classes to you all, this is my third one there and I have enjoyed everyone (even when I managed to somehow sew my machine foot to Santa's pants! could only happen to me eh!).
In September my lovely Mom turned 70 and we had a big do. She wanted no presents but I obviously couldn't do that so I made her this quilt:
she was delighted with it and it now has pride of place on the back of the lounge settee! Talking of which I now have managed to source the last three balls of wool needed for my crocheted blanket for in my lounge so I am busy getting on with that at the moment. I also went to the Malvern Quilt Show on Friday where I purchased two lots of material to finish off my sons Rocket Age quilt and a Christmas quilt and I am also trying my hand at a Christmas redwork picture (needed a new hobby!) which I started immediately on Friday and am already about a fifth of the way through.
See its still all go here, have done lots more too but don't want to overdo the blog post!
Thanks for looking - in a Stitching frenzy from Solihull