Wednesday, 12 March 2014

February - month in review

February was a slow month for me in the sewing department. You see, Mr Crafty Shenanigans and I decided to watch the Breaking Bad box set (all six series) every evening until our eyes hurt so I really didn't spend much time in the sewing closet. I did manage a few things though.  Here they are in mosaic form:


My favourite in February has to be the Space Mini for the Challenge 4 Art using my precious Oakshott and linen:


I had a lot of fun making a Skinny Pinnie for a swap hosted by eamylove.  Here is my creation:


I was away on a sewing extravaganza at the end of February/beginning of March with a few girlies so I will share a few pictures soon. 

Thank you to Lynne of Lily's Quilts and Oakshott for sending me a delicious layer cake - I've been drooling on it!!  And also to Fabric HQ for the yummy aqua fat quarter last month - oh how I love fabric!!!

Happy Wednesday everyone!

8 comments:

Tammy said...

That raccoon (I think that's what it is) is so cute, love him!
Will u be going to the stitching show at Olympia this year? I'm going on Friday hopefully.

Janine said...

I'm surprised you managed to sew at all but you've got lots of beautiful makes. Your leaf hanging is my favourite :)

Izzy said...

All really cute makes, but my favourite has to be that racoon! So cute! :-)

Sarah said...

Six series! We watched two since Christmas and I'm not sure I can take any more! You stitched a lot of sweet things given your head has been filled with such hard TV images!

Pennie said...

I love the racoon, soooooooo cute!

Deb @ PlainStitch said...

Love the Skinny Pinnie - I've been making scrappy log cabin pin cushions today but think a skinny pinny needs to be next on my pincushion list! We lost a month of our lives to Breaking Bad too - seeing my kids Science teachers in a whole new light x

Kelly said...

Gorgeous makes as usual Amy xx

Lynz said...

My spouse is watching Breaking Bad obsessively just now. I tried but it's not my cup of tea (I like my entertainment with a lighter tone!) but he adores it.

Fabulous makes, the skinny pinny is a great idea - for a machine throat, right?