Tuesday, September 8, 2009

New Items In Shop

I have been putting sewing and shop updates on hold for a bit while trying to organize our lives a little better and get into routines that will benefit our family's day to day living.  But today I sit here with a painful hand.  I don't know what is causing it, but it is hard to do much and it has me in a bit of a funk.  So I decided to work on photos and listings today for Kitchen Stitchen.  Here are a few of the newest items...

A new casserole carrier in reproduction 50's Kitchen fabric by Michael Miller paired with some really cute green and white polka dot.  Love it!


You may or may have not seen my previous post on my first table runner.  I do love how it turned out and hope it will find a good home very soon!


This is one of two Kaffe Fasset fabric napkin sets that I made.  The other maroon color set sold right away at the farmer's market.  These are just a great color and style for a dinner napkin.


I have a bit of an itch to sew, but if I do, I'll have to find another cutting method that doesn't cause so much strain on my left hand (the one in pain).  I currently must hold my cutting edge down really hard because it is slippery.  Unfortunately the next project I'd like to do is a patchwork skirt which would me a LOT of cutting!

Hope you all had a safe and happy Labor Day!  Please stop by my shop to take a look around at the new items!

2 ripples:

Michelle said...

I love the fabrics on the table runner! They are beautiful!
Hope your hand is better soon. I had a blister on my finger the other day from cutting fabrics and papers. Being crafty is hard work!

SoMi's Nilsa said...

I hope this doesn't come out piss-poorly, because it's meant to be a compliment ... so, keep that in mind when reading.

When I look at your cumulative work over the course of knowing you / reading your blog, it is quickly apparent that I think we have very different styles and very different design tastes. Having said that, I've always been really impressed with your ability to match fabrics. You have a knack for pulling colors together - and so I always look forward to seeing what's new from your shop!

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