Not too long now to this years Craft & Quilt Fair in Melbourne. There are samples to make and kits to do. These quick and easy decorations with a Theodora Cleave button are just one of the many new things you'll find on my stand.
I just wish the kits were as much fun to do as the samples are to make.
Don't forget, the Melbourne show is being held in June this year.
Classes for the Little Treasures Club started this week. Projects 1 & 2 have been swapped around for the classes. The girls started with a cute little decoration using one of Barb's, Theodora Cleave, lovely buttons.
It was nice to see other buttons of Barb's design worked as well.
I have guaranteed the girls they will finish a project in the 3 hour class.
If you like the idea of coming to class and going home with a finished item, there are still a few places left in the Wednesday evening class starting 5th March. For more details please contact Kay & Sharon at Avonleigh Country Quilting.
If you can't make it to class there's no need to miss out. You can sign up for the club online and receive the patterns or kits in the post. I always have a little skip in my step when I return from the letterbox with something nice in hand.
Yesterday, I played around with the first project for next years club.
It’s no secret I love creating small achievable projects and this is what the Little Treasures club is all about, five simple & quick projects. The type you can prepare, stitch and complete in a night or two.
Club details will be available early in the new year, and starts February.
The Winter edition of Simply Vintage arrived in my letter box on Friday and how exciting to discover my projects on the front cover.
Carol visited my stand at the Melbourne Craft & Quilt Show and immediately asked if I would like to contribute to this edition. The next half hour flew past in a blur as projects were hand picked. The list grew longer, things were crossed off, others added until a lovely complimentary mix of projects was chosen.
Little pillows, stitched table mat and of course decorations adorned with Barb's Theodora Cleave buttons.