Kalamunda Market, stall no. 157
Sunday 4th May 2014:
Growers Green Farmers Market, Beaconsfield (Freo)
Come along to the markets and find a handmade gift for mum!
Here an update of what I have been up to in the last weeks:
I made some fabric flower brooches with retro buttons. Just received my latest Mollie Makes Magazine yesterday and this flower was the added gift to make, of course I couldn't stop at just one.
I run out of bag dispensers a while ago and here are my latest ones.
These are little pouches with a zip and these are perfect to take all your cables and chargers when you go on a holiday. They are lined inside and the back of them are all polka dot red and white... how cute!
And finally something that is also suitable for boys (I always get asked if I have something for boys). These playmats are doublesided, one side is blackboard material for drawing and he backside is oilcloth so the kids can play with play-doh and the boy-version is a also great to play with cars.
The mat is easy to clean and so easy to roll up and take along.
My new fabric for doorstops (still in the making).
This bag is screenprinted and has a little pocket inside. It turned out quite cute. The handles can be taken off for washing.
I am proud to announce that this is my first pincushion hakea flower in my garden. There should be many more to come if Libby doesn't get gardening again.
Talk about Libby, here some pictures of last weekend at the Swan River:
Now this dog knows how to have fun ;-)
Have a great weekend evrybody!