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!


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 @ Rainbow Hare 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?