Thursday, June 30, 2011

Monday, June 20, 2011

Golden Ticket Tour

I've had some very excited women ask me about the golden bus tour. Since I don't have my web site up yet (tapping fingers "patiently") I thought I could answer some of them on my blog.

Here are some bullet items that will be of importance...

~ Bring an extra suitcase for all the beautiful fabrics and kits you're going to buy ;)

~ There are two people per room. Yes, you may pick your roommate if you desire.

~ You will start and stop at Fabric Nosherie

~ The times are still yet to be announced but once they are I will let those of you who will be riding the bus know.

~ Fabric Nosherie has a surprise or two instore for you while you are on your tour.........oh, the suspense!!

If you are interested please email me at I will respond to your emails. Sorry there is no site up yet.

How do you like my new window display? I thought it was pretty amazing. Now if they could only sit still for more then 3 seconds....

Here is the demo work that is being done at the shop. The boys LOVE going and banning hammers through the wall. We knocked down 6 half walls. Pretty impressive for this young crew. I was thinking of renting them out by the hour. If you're interested, just let me know. :)

More updates soon!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Elsie the Elephant

Meet Elsie. Isn't she the cutest? I'm not sure what I love more, the fabric or her little tail. This is just one of the kits that will be available through our website and at the shop. They make great shower gifts for moms to be.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Baby Shower for Sis

I threw my little sister a baby shower this past weekend. This is her with her love. She is due in about 2 weeks so the shower was just in time.

This picture banner are pictures of my sister when she was a baby. I thought that would be a fun touch. The owls make the banner super spunky. Very cute.

This is a quilt that I made for little peanute. The pattern comes from a German designer that I met at market. I scaled the pattern down so it was smaller. I love this pattern and can't wait to do a full size quilt. I think it works well in her nursery, what do you think?

Last but not least, the corsage. Isn't that the ugliest, cutest thing you've ever seen? I just had to make her wear that the whole time. That baby has to seriously be from the 70's. As much as she wanted to keep it (thats an overstatement) I took it back. This baby will definitely get resused again!