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Thursday, 16 April 2015

Something new

Last year I made up a few covers for R & R stitching frames , for myself and a couple of others .
Word got around (as it does) and I was asked to make a few more for some of the Love Quilts ladies.

It became more known and I was asked again and again so decided to make up a few to sell. This has been in the planning stage for quite some months, well before Christmas in fact. First off I was looking for a second hand overlocker , big fail there as they all ended up going for a higher price than I wanted to pay. After Christmas I took the plunge and bought a new one , and then sprained my ankle so I couldn't use it . Finally I got sorted enough to make up some covers and have set up a page on Facebook to sell them.

You can find the page here if you are interested .

I currently have four sizes available in several different fabrics , though some have sold out already.
Just a taster

 I will be making more sizes and with more fabrics , so if you can't find what you want , let me know and I'll see what I can do .


Rachel Tomkins said...

Good luck with your venture into selling such necessary items. I use scroll frames and my daughter makes my covers. I wouldn't be without them now. :)

Rhona said...

Love the fabrics you have used!

Julie said...

They are wonderful Cath, I hope you sell lots.

Mii Stitch said...

Good luck with your new venture, sounds really exciting!!

Mii Stitch said...

Good luck with your new venture, sounds really exciting!!

Melanie said...

Super cute fabrics!!

♥ Nia said...

Good luck sweetie!! :D

Renee said...

I just popped over from Crafting Paws. Love your blog. I have seen your lovely covers in photos on several blogs - now I know where they found them. :) Love your stitching projects.