So I stumbled upon some beautiful fabric by Heather Ross, and starting really obsessing over it. I couldn't sleep because I kept thinking about how it was out of print. So I finally decided,after weeks of dreaming about it, to finally buy it. So while I waited to figure out what to make with it (I decided to make Regan a quilt) I kept looking at all the faric that people are selling on ETSY, and found this super cute fabric called "Bot Camp" As soon as I saw it, I had to buy it. Our friends are about to have a baby (aka baby bot) and it just seemed to fit for them, perfectly. I finished the baby quilt, and decided to share some pics with you. It is my first quilt, so I tried to make everything nice and neat. I guess it is really just a blanket since I didn't do any "quilting". I haven't really figured that out yet. Maybe for Regans quilt I will. Anyway, I got the Bot camp fabric from theFabricbar
I also bought a Heather Ross book from Joann's, and made these freaking CUTE pants for my little guy with fabric from Fabricworm
I will share some ore photos of Regan's quilt, as I begin it...or when it's finished. There just isn't enough hours in the day!
I have new products in my shop that I just LOVE! So I wanted to do a giveaway and give 1 lucky winner a sample of my favorite stuff. I also want to give a runner up a few freebies as well. SO to enter, just leave me a comment and tell me what your favorite tasty sweets are ;) Don't forget your email address so I can contact you, if you win. I have a few things up my sleeve as well, so try to keep checking back for more! So here is a picture of what 1 lucky winner will get....just 1 of the few items I plan to give away. This contest will last for 2 weeks...hopefully people will enter, otherwise I will just extend the time limit. thanks!
In a city not to far away, I was once a tattoo artist. I have a degree in photography, so my photo albums are really good. I am a 31 year old mother of 2 kids and 2 dogs, I am obsessed with amigurumi, cupcakes,safety eyes, and anything made of yarn.