Sunday, 27 April 2014

April Projects


I've had a great month in terms of crafting. I spent about two days solidly attempting to make my first dress which I'll hopefully finish and blog about shortly. I've also been busy working on my cross stitch and I knitted a wee worry doll for a tutorial for Laura's blog. Oh yes and I may or may not have made some knickers that were far too small.  Oops.

Major spring cleaning has been going on in our flat this weekend. It's so tidy it almost looks like we're moving out. Hopefully now I'm going to be super organised in everything I do.

I'm excited for May - we have another Bank Holiday coming up here next week which means another four day week is on the horizon! I definitely think life would run much more smoothly if every working week could be four days.

What else has everyone else been making recently?


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10 comments:

  1. I need a worry doll she is so cute. Now I'm hungry again your buns look yummy.

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  2. wow youve managed to fit in an awful lot. I feel like i try to fit in as much in between the full time job but i must be quite slow as i dont seem to get very far !! x

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  3. You have done a lot in April! The wee worry doll is incredibly sweet! And well done for making a pair of undies...were they difficult to sew?
    Marianne x

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    1. No they really weren't I just need to get the sizing right next time! The only tricky bit is with the elastic towards the end. x

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  4. All your makes look lovely, though the most interesting are the handmade pants. They look so pretty, it is such a shame they don't fit.

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  5. Shame about the pants! They are lovely though, and the little knitted worry doll is sweet!

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  6. The pants are gorgeous:) I always find it helpful ti do a round up to remind myself how much I have achieved in a month:)

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  7. You've been very busy this month, I love the cross stitch tea - especially the calami-tea.

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    1. Me too! It's such a clever design! x

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  8. Your cross stitch looks lovely - you have had a very busy month.

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