triangles

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It’s been a weekend full of triangles. After a few requests for my Christmas Bunting I have spent the past week making some up for my shop, and also for the upcoming Northern Artery Christmas Market. These new ones are quite different from past Buntings – where in the past I have usually gone towards an organised pattern of 5 bunting triangles repeated 3 times, this time I went more towards a repeat of colours so that each bunting has a lot more variety, pattern, and colour. I also have a lot of bits left over from the seasonal fabrics, and so have been playing around with Christmas decoration ideas to use them up, and have come up with these wee stuffed ornaments. They’re fun to make, pretty quick and easy, and I think will make a nice addition to my market table, as well as sweet gifts for family and friends. Next Mia was invited to a birthday party , so that called for more bunting as a gift, based on the birthday girls instructions of bright colours and a favourite of pink (with a little vintage embroidery thrown in for fun). Triangles, triangles, triangles..

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It's a rainy day and in an attempt to slow down and appreciate the little things I have started a blog
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One Response to triangles

  1. Diane says:

    Always beautifully put together , helped along by your artist creativity and sewing to perfection – they are beautiful , good luck at the Fair

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