Well, it's been a while since I last posted, and I have been all over the place moving house, busy with projects and enjoying the sunny outdoors while I could! Seems that summer is already over now with all the rain we have been having!
I thought I'd update you on a couple of projects I did for Sew mag back in May and June. The first was a great Spring recycling project, using up all my old scraps of fabric to make eclectic style magazine file covers, which look great in my new study! They are designed to hide those tatty old cardboard files, or just to give your desk area a new look with interesting fabrics. The instructions can be adapted to fit any size of file. You can subscribe to the mag here and if you missed out on this project, there are loads of free downloads online.
I also designed and made a picnic set for Sew Mag's June Issue. This sandwich case and bag is fully lined and made with a cute apple print oil cloth, so wipeable to keep clean. There are some other really fab projects to make in June's magazine, so well worth a look. I'm going to be busy making the cute kids chef set, apron and hat, as well as the buckled belts!