Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Pink cupcake fabric yummy.

Tilda fabric even more yummy.


Christmas red spot fabric and bobble trim and some lovely ribbon.



Forgive me Father for I have sinned...........


It has been too long since my last blog entry and I bought FABRIC!!!!!!!!

OMG I hear you cry why o why could she possibly want with more fabric?

where is she going to put it? is she actually going to make anything or just stroke it lovingly?

yes I know I'm weak really really weak I admit it put pretty fabric in front of me and I loose all sense of reason, not that I have much of that at the best of times.

I defy anyone to resist pink fabric with cupcakes and the Tilda fabrics are so so pretty they just had to come home with me, then I found these tiny Russian doll rubber stamps and you know I really can't resist them.


Then I found this lovely red with tiny white spot fabric and at only £2.49 a metre I thought it would be perfect for Christmas cushion covers, tablecloth and maybe some bunting, I do like a theme at Christmas and I'm planning only red and white eeek what am I going to do with everything else? it can stay in the loft this year....maybe we'll see. Then the cherry on the top of my fabric cake is the red bobble trim oooh I loooove bobble trim.


I have so many things going on in my head at the moment, I might even be going back into nannying for twin boys no less, are you mad I hear you scream? yes probably, if it's meant to be then it will happen.

I really do need to concentrate, something I find really difficult, I'm going to the Country Living Christmas Fair on Thursday and will be meeting some lovely blogging ladies so I'm really excited if a little bit nervous, it will be great and I can't wait.

The only trouble is when I go to fairs like that I come out with 101 more ideas going around in my poor little head, oh no what if they have fabric there, I'll try and be good and take lots of lovely photos for all you girls who can't make it.

Speak soon

Kate.


5 comments:

esther (it means star) said...
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esther (it means star) said...

Hi Kate, Yay - red and white theme, possibly a little pink too? Scoot me your address for our swap so I can post to you soon!
(sorry I deleted my first comment to you - I realised it had bad typing mistakes - lol)

VintageVicki said...

Lovely fabrics.

Where did the russian doll stamps come from, please?

Polka Dot Daze said...

OK - so you have to know that - my mouth dropped open when I read you are going to the Country Living Christmas Fair! OMG! Can I come with you? You lucky thing. That is like a dream for me.

OK I need to gather myself together.

Here we go...I love all that fabric you just bought, nothing wrong with just lovingly stroking it :)

Also, I just wanted to check that you have contacted your swap partner for my Christmasy swap and everything is OK?

Shabby Chick said...

Hi Kate! Found you at last ;)

LOVE the fabrics, you've just given me a huge craving to buy some myself!!! I love bobble trim as well.

Hope you have a wonderful time at the fair, wish I was there!!!

Mel xxx