Anybody know what happened to Marie Jooste - she also seems to be awfully quiet.
I just love the new yuletide revelry pack released by Urban Threads. It is under the sale tab. I will try to add the link. - Should make lovely cushions.
Protea for my bathroom. Made a small runner for little cabinet where I store toiletrolls etc. Theme of this bathroom is South African flowers.
I am totally in love with the designs from Soniashowalter. Normally don't pay that much for a design but it is worth it. My first Christmas goodie bag for 2012.
I have always had a soft place for the Mallard designs. Used them on a cushion to be used on my bathroom "riempiesbank"(A double chair with leather strips).
Too many project going - hehe - started a quilt - love the guineafowls.
Placemats - Got these for less than a dollar each and did some of the velvet chickens on them.
Love the napkin corners from Soniashowalter.
Just to many sales on-lol. I seek your advice. Do you think the special at DBS - $15 for a week of download is a great deal. There is a few sets that I would like to have - not to sure about all of them.
Wondering if any cuties in South Africa are going to the quilt convention at emperors palace during the coming weekend.
Decorative Towel for bathroom 2 - love the Zebra. If you are privileged to visit a South African Game Reserve you will probably find many Zebras and their beauty is therefor sometimes underestimated. I love the "donkey with the striped pajamas"
His decorative towel - the king of the animal kingdom is equally impressive. They really stitched out beautifully and was worth the money I paid for the set.
Hers decorative bathroom towel - Lioness from Amazing designs. I've bought new towels for the house and decided to use African animals as it compliments my bathroom colorscheme. Needless to say the Lion en Lioness is for the main bathroom.
Burp cloth - I have a number of designs from Urban Threads. This is the first one however I have stitched out and am really happy with the result. A bit dense for a burp cloth but I think these nursery rhyme designs will make great companions for a baby
Burp cloth - bunny in the clouds. I've put some batting beneath the cloud to give it some extra weight.