Sunday, June 3, 2012

Bunny Fever!

 If you are a follower of my blog,
You already KNOW I am the 
Proud Mama of a little bunny
named Miss Cotton Patch...
Mama...I was napping...

And today,
I would like to introduce you to
 the newest family member
to grace our home... 
another sweet little girl...
Miss Maeme!
Get my good side Mommie...
Sew...
It just made sense to me to... 
JOIN a free BOM group over at 

Mama Michelle,  along with her two
favorite employees, Hannah and Harrington
have a really neat stitching project going on...

Look at these great kits!!!


The kits contain enough wool for all 12 months,
 beautiful fabrics to accent your blocks with, and 
floss kits for the final stitching fun! 
The patterns are all FREE on her blog!!!

Should you decide to join us, It's never too 
late...there are still kits available
in her little shop and the buns
will be more than happy to 
package them all up and send them
out to you...and maybe even put
a cute little bag of Jolly Ranchers 
along with it! 


Just look at this yummy package of 
FLOSS!!!!


Fridays are my favorite day over at Bunnyville...

If you haven't visited them in a while...
HOP on over  
(I couldn't resist)
and get ready for some fun
and a great visit with Michelle!!

"Maeme...close your eyes...she's gonna flash you!"

Be looking for my first little
BOM coming soon!!! 

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Finally!



One of my favorite blogs I visit often is
Film in the Fridge...and Ashley has had
me watering at the jowls for 
some of the Flea Market Fancy 
line for awhile now!



Well, what do you know???
I FINALLY ordered myself a small
batch of this coveted line by Denyse Schmidt !

I can NOT wait to tear into this!

Any ideas out there?

Friday, June 1, 2012

A bit of Asian flare...

Another block off to it's new owner!
Raelene asked for any block
in Japanese fabrics...


 The fabrics were so beautiful, I may want 
to work with them again.



I didn't  have a pattern, but what ended up
happening was so of fun...
I fussy cut a few of the fabrics
and then added the stripes.

It came out looking like a 
Japanese symbol...
It's not, but my eye thinks it is...


I grew up in Okinawa and these little faces 
reminded me of a lot of the decorations of
dolls we had around our home...
I know my Mom would have 
loved these fabrics.