I’m so excited to post that I have a tutorial and guest-blog post at Liberty of London’s craft blog. Liberty of London. That’s so thrilling for me to type, I think I’ll type it a third time. Liberty of London. Holy Coke Zero, I’m all Ja’mie-like super crazy excited over that!
I’ve made a really nifty needlebook based off one of my smaller needlebooks. The Liberty needlbook has a real book feel… like a storybook, but for sewests. A story-time needlebook. You can read my guest-post and see my tutorial here.
And then I got cheeky and decided to mix things up. My friend Elizabeth has passed on many of her scraps to me, and I lovingly use the Elizascraps when ever I can. I think I think up things to make for the sole purpose of using her yummy scraps. Note: the center cat fabric is Cocoland Cats by Kokka which I got from Pink Castle Fabrics.
And then there were more, plus the addition of Robert Kaufman Essex Yarn Dyed linen in Steel and in Olive. I’m mad crushing over these new Essex colors. I also found some seriously yummy sparlke cotton at my local JoAnn’s.
If you make one, please consider submitting your finished project to my Happy Zombie flickr group, as well as tagging it #sewliberty, @happy_zombie and @libertylifestyle if you post on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.
- Liberty Craft Blog - Needlebook tutorial and guest-post
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- Tag your fabrics and projects with #sewliberty, @happy_zombie and @libertylifestyle