I’ve had a split-personality kind of week!
Dark side first – I know some of you will think I’m crazy for listening to hard rock music. But I love it. I went to a rock concert earlier this week. It was SO much fun!
Now, on to the lighter side – I have also been diligently sewing this week, working on two custom orders for my shop.
I received a request for a set of patchwork chair pads in a shabby chic style. I love shabby chic style, so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to make this set.
I’ve also been working on that handbag for my insurance agent, like the one I made for my mom for Mother’s Day.
I got some new fabrics this week! These Alexander Henry’s Zanzibar are going to be funky new purses for me.
I don’t know what I’m going to use these Little Folks fabrics for yet, but I loved the color combo (and recent coupon) offered by Fabricworm.
I’m really looking forward to the warm, sunny weekend we’re supposed to have so I can’t wait to spend the days outside in our gardens.
Hope you enjoy the weekend too!
9 thoughts on “Week Recap”
I love, love those chair pads! Perfection! I just have to know – what band? May your week-end rock, too!
Thanks Lisa! The band I saw was Seether. I know, that picture on their website is scary, isn’t it?! hehehehe
Sorry for the What Band question! Went back and got it!
Love the shabby chic chair pads…and love the new look of your blog header too! Have a great weekend!
I love the contrast of the rock band pic next to the sweet shabby chic chair pads. You gotta be well-rounded, right?! LOL
You’ve been pretty busy! I love your shabby chic chair pads and can’t wait to see what you do with that scrumptious AMH voile!
I am loving your Zanzibar fabrics. They are fun and chic! I would have to say you have a green thumb. Your flowers are beautiful!!
Oh my gosh…how fun that you rock one night and sew another :). I Don’t those Little Folks fabrics feel amazing? I so LOVE them!
I love that you’ve got different sides to you! I like listening to rap when I sew–it makes my husband laugh–but it makes the sewing room “mine” and I like it!