Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Sewing, christmas music and a boutique THIS Thursday

Lately this has been my view most nights...
me, some music (I may or may not have already been listening to Christmas music...don't judge) and the roar of my sewing machine.

I've got a few more weeks of hard work as I get ready for my last 3 boutiques. 

 I counted this morning and I have already made almost 200 towels. 
The guitars and pirates are two of my newest prints. 
It's so much harder to find cute boys stuff but I think I have finally found some that I love. 

If you are local come by and visit me at Coast Hills Community Church's annual MOPS boutique THIS Thursday (info above). 
I'm not at all of my boutiques (the Sugar Plum ones in particular because they have a centralized check out) but I will be at this one selling my stuff the whole time. So if you come make sure to stop by and say hi. I'd love to meet you! 
There should be lots of cute things to shop from. 


Anonymous said...

Love this towel project. Great way to embellish plain towels.
Great Post!

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