Tuesday, November 4, 2014

A Stitch In Time...

Hi folks...thanks to the Furry Boy's quick thinking and my wonderful "stitch in time...saves nine" friends...the fabulous "they know me so well" Friday Girls...I'm back in the land of the living.  They whisked me off for a wonderful relaxing spa day yesterday...an early birthday pressie and wow...it's amazing what a bit of body pummeling with magic hands can do...I'm back on track and feel as though I could jog to Birmingham...well that's maybe a little bit of an exaggeration but at least I can now put one foot past the other without feeling as though I've been run over by a steam roller and am no longer walking like a pregnant duck...
And talking of "A Stitch In Time"...I'm sharing a "close up" of the needlecase I made for the Fiskars project in this month's issue of Simply Homemade

love the perfect stamping you get using The Fuse Letterpress technique on felt...
It's early to bed tonight and up with the lark tomorrow morning...the start of another "woohoo Birmingham here I come" adventure and I've got some super duper very special exciting news to share tomorrow.
Hugs Kath xxx

11 comments:

Rita said...

Love the sound of your relaxing day Kath. What a fabulous needle case you have created. You have so much talent my friend. Enjoy your time at the NEC. Hugs Rita xxx

Redanne said...

Well done to the girls for giving you that treat, so glad you feel much better for it too!!

I saw your make in the magazine, it is beautiful Kath. Love how you mixed the felt with Tim's gorgeous fabric too.

Have a great time at the NEC, so wish I could be there too but we are off to London for a few days to see the WW1 poppies. Hope you have a wonderful birthday with your Fiskars pals too. Big hugs, Anne xx

carol edwards said...

Love this needle case Kath, glad you are raring to go again. X

Jane said...

Glad to hear you are up and running again Kath, have a wonderful birthday and get spolit rotten, you really deserve it. Your needlecase is stunning, you are so creative x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Such a gorgeous make, love it. So glad you are feeling better, you need your energy for Birmingham x

misteejay said...

The needle case is fabulous Kath.

So glad to hear that you had a lovely treat that has you up and running again.

Toni xx

Sammy said...

This is really fab Kath!
Glad you had such a great day out and are feeling so much better. x

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

What a wonderful project with so much perfect detail! I love your stitching.
Rebecca.

Cazzy said...

Wow, I love this Kath. Just been reading back, I'm glad Buddy is ok, and nearly at target weight.
Love your new green walls, and the cabinet (thinks can I get away with ditching my light wood effect ones and buy these - probably not!), and DIY does that to me so quickly that I avoid it and leave it to Hubby, although I am much better at flat pack than him so end up doing that! I love the other matching sewing boxes too.

Carol x

Jacee said...

How fabulous Kath, a really gorgeous creation.

Enjoy yourself in Brum, I won't be going this year unfortunatly, I will miss it, so have a good 'un.
hugs Jacee

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Sandra H said...

Simply gorgeous as always and full of lots of lovely details you are so creative lovely too read your feeling much better x

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