Experiments and Preparations …

11/03/2016 § 8 Comments

Fibre Artmy new fun-thing-to-do …

fibre scraps

Take a load of snippets and scraps and then turn them into something wonderful …

fibre art

little house wallhanging

little house wallhanging

fibre art cushion panel

beach cottage fibre art

ahoy there fibre art selvedge text

I’ll do a tutorial on the process of turning fibre scraps and tiny snippets into fabric next week.
It’s fun and oh-so-good to use up what’s in your fabric bin!

Tomorrow is the first fair of the year in Alton, a pretty market town in Hampshire.  A few of us ‘Makers’ and the farming crowd from the Farmers’ Market turn up with our tables and goodies and the good folk of Alton and the surrounding villages come out with their baskets to fill.  It’s always busy and there’s a really friendly vibe about this market.

In preparation, I’ve made a couple more cushions for my stall …

pastel patchwork cushion

bright retro patchwork cushion

I’ll also have lost of patchwork kits and quilts for sale. Let’s hope the sun keeps shining like it is today.  I’m off out with the collies for a long walk and then will load up the car ready for the morning.

What do you have planned for the weekend?
Whatever you’re up to, have fun!

Adaliza x

Linking up with Finish it up Friday and Thank Goodness it’s Finished Friday and Whoop Whoop

 

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§ 8 Responses to Experiments and Preparations …

  • alidiza says:

    Oh my goodness that house is adorable!!! What an amazing way to use up all those little bits and pieces… I love it:-)

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  • Jeanie Maier says:

    I know I have said this before, but, Inspired again by your blog!
    This weekend I am working on some charity knitting for a group I attend.
    Sat. Morning is the Winter Farmer’s Market…….held in a large building as the weather is still too cold and unpredictable. I know you will do well at the market. Your stall will be beautiful and inviting looking if it is anything like your blog!
    Blessings! Jeanie

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  • adaliza says:

    Good luck at your Farmers Market – I’ll put some photos up next week. Must remember my camera!

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  • Christine says:

    That little house is absolutely adorable! I love how you’ve turned those scraps into amazing art! Beautifully done!

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  • Sarah says:

    Your recycling looks wonderful. Hope you have a good day and sunshine at your first fair tomorrow! Sarah x

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  • Izzy says:

    Wow – that little house is so cute! And I love the cushions! Thank you for linking up at TGIFF.

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  • AUNTIE SHAN says:

    *AWESOME* JOB on the fiber!! LOVE THEM! And GOOD LUCK with the upcoming Fairs!
    😀

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  • Preeti says:

    It is cute and liberating. And your cushions are lovely. I am sure that you will sell them all.
    Preeti.

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