Thoughts and a Sale

Today isn’t quite the last day of 2014, but for whatever reason, it all seems so very ominous to me. December has been a rather quiet month on the blog, so I suppose I feel the need to write something profound or elegant here to wrap things up. Not that I have a clue what I would say. Perhaps tomorrow you’ll get a deep, fantastical post from me. Perhaps it will be business as usual.

For today, I have some bits of the ordinary to share with you. To begin with, I must thank you so much if you were one of the ladies who were kind enough to purchase a Liberty bag from me via Instagram. In addition to custom orders on Etsy, I do so depend on those sort of sales. They come in limited spurts, but you are directly supporting my family and I, and I cannot convey the depth of my appreciation. I only have two bags left, and I’ve listed them on Etsy. The first is this patchwork style, which seems to be the most popular. I love that you get to see glimpses of so many intricate prints together in one bag.


The second and last bag I have available is made with a solid Liberty print and faux leather. The print is a classic, Lodden in pink, and its terribly feminine and beautiful.


Both bags are lined are lined with an indigo chambray dot from Robert Kaufman, and both feature a small interior pocket for credit cards. In addition, they both have organic cotton gold tooth metal zipper closures.


In other news, I’ll be hosting a bit of a quilt along at the beginning of January. I’m eager to make another Opposites Attract quilt with some Cotton + Steel basics, and I would so love for you to join along with me. What better way to begin 2015 than with a fresh, new quilt? And with a quilt along, we’ll be able to keep each other company and finish in a timely manner! If you want to get ahead of the game by a few days, I’ll be running a sale on the pattern through January 1st. Today’s the 30th, so how about 30% off? I’ve already discounted the pattern, and its an automatic download. Head over to my shop and get yourself a copy, and do join along with me!



Have a wonderful day!


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  • That first patchwork bag is too cute, that went pretty fast! The faux leather you use in your bags is so crisp and polished in the pictures. It’s a material I’ve thought about working with in the past but haven’t taken the plunge. I’d also love to knwo more about your little bit of a quilt along as I’m launching my newest project that is a directory of quilt alongs. Get in touch so I can add you to it! Cheers!ReplyCancel

  • The workmanship on the bags is incredible…so precise and filled with the most thoughtful details!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kaitlin Madson

    I am the incredibly proud new owner of that gorgeous floral bag. I LOVE it!! I have been looking around your blog, and I am so excited to have an adorable new blog to follow!ReplyCancel

    • Yay! Your mother-in-law was so excited to gift it to you! I’m so glad you like it. :)ReplyCancel

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