Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Creative Customer October/November Gallery Winners

Another AMAZING couple of months of customer creation entries for our online gallery! Thank you to everyone who emailed us their gorgeous creations!  I know I said two $40 gift voucher winners but it is Christmas isn't it so we have made our difficult decision and chosen three. And the winners are...





Joy has done such a superb job with her son's kindy backpack above! Backpack made with japanese Kokka Toyland fabric.

ITS A DOLLS LIFE!











I always love seeing what has been made by our customers with fabric purchased from us but I was impressed with this gorgeous dolls house revamp or "reno" by Sarah using Kelani Fabrics. Sarah sanded and painted her original dolls house, used interfacing to stiffen the fabrics and then applied fabrics to walls with spray adhesive. I think Sarah's idea will inspire many others to renovate their old or second-hand dolls houses rather than spend money on a new one. Well done Sarah!




Adriana has sewn this fabulous tunic top with Nani IRO. This tunic has shirred sleeves providing two options of wearing as seen in above pics. Adriana has also made this lovely sling bag using the Amy Butler Birdie Sling pattern with the beautiful Dandi 'Bloom' laminate and an adorable smock from My Folklore oilcloth.







Thankyou to all our customers for inspiring so many others in 2009 and I look forward to receiving more of your beautiful gallery entries in 2010! More details on entering our monthly handmade gallery competition here and I will announce our next winning entry early February.

4 comments:

Faith Hope and a whole lotta Love said...

Oh WOW Thank you!!!! how much fun will I have spending this & more I am sure!! :) Sarah

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Austy's Mum said...

Wow! Thanks for the win. I will look forward to spending my voucher :) Perhaps a bag for my daughter now too. It was certainly fun to make with such cute fabric.

Kathery said...

Which fabrics did Sarah use in her dolls house? I love them!