Monday, 13 July 2009

1930'S VINTAGE FABRIC PATCHWORK PATCHES


Well the garden has had a good watering my mother nature, so much so, that everthing looks a little dashed. The two thunderstorms we have just experienced over the last hour created torrential rain storms. Still I'm sure everything will feel the better for it even if I have to stake a few plants up. It is at times like these that I thank my lucky stars that I only have a small walled garden. Most of the time I miss the wonderful gardens I had when I lived in Rugby.

Well tomorrow I am starting to list some patches that I found in the patchwork and quilting treasure boxes, I talked about earlier last week.
I have left a good turn over so that they can be stitched onto your projects.
These 16 patches are from the 1930's and contain some wonderful floral fabrics both in a silky fabric and cotton.

I'd just like to say thank you to everyone who have left comments on this blog or sent me messages via email or the feedback on the website. Working from home can be a lonely business sometimes, so thanks to all of you. I will always try to answer your comments the following morning before I start work.

2 comments:

Fleur de Boheme said...

Thanks for your lovely comment. Your blog is very interesting, have to check your webshop ;-)

Bye Kirsten

Raggy said...

Thank you for your comment Kirsten. I think we like the same kind of things in life.