Monthly Archives: July 2010

Lately I have been…

… making a complete mess of my desk and living room cutting up fabric; Making blackcurrant gin with M for the wedding (hopefully); it’s very simple – collect blackcurrants from the garden (M & G did this bit), put blackcurrants … Continue reading

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Real Wedding Inspiration: 4

A very busy, long weekend – (Oxford and back, via Leeds and Sheffield) and a funeral yesterday so apologies for the silence… I didn’t make it yesterday but a day late we have another real wedding from the folders; Tess … Continue reading

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A quick post…

to say… THREE MONTHS TODAY… !!! . Am afraid there aren’t any images – I’ve just got back home after a long day in Manchester, and tomorrow morning we’re going to Oxford (via Leeds) as my wonderful Best Woman is … Continue reading

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Fabric Flowers: wiring

I’ve been feeling a little overwhelmed with how well the colours and textures will mesh together, when I look at my flowers like this I wonder what I’m doing; …and then I remind myself the flowers I love have lots … Continue reading

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Fabric Flowers: Ranunculus, red: aubergine

Remember this delivery? I wanted to make more ranunculus from wired ribbon like these but in a different colourway. I spent ages trying to find the right shades of wired ribbon but ended up having to compromise. I could find … Continue reading

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Real Wedding Inspiration: 3

I’ve had this one for a long time; Sam and Ben, Chicago. The photos are stunning; Feathers and kale in the bouquet, aren’t the colours wonderful? Red shoes, skull waistcoat; Florals with kale, feathers and succulents; love, love, love… and … Continue reading

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Look what came today…

… am so excited. One very large and quite heavy parcel of goodies; Which means I can start putting the fabric flowers onto stems and start adding leaves. I have exciting plans for the corn, watch this space…

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