So this week is the last week with the doors open at the bricks and mortar version of Frankenstein’s Fabrics.
Unsure of what this week will bring as there is still so much happening outside of the packing, cleaning and moving.
We are open this week from Tuesday to Friday 9am -4pm and then on Saturday we will be at the Handmade Craft Market from 9:30am – 2:30pm.
Make sure you get in and grab some bargains as the sale will finish up at midnight on the 31st, with stock at the market on sale as well.
Some snippets of what’s available….
So now that I have my new video camera I’ve been planning what I will be doing for the first couple of tutorials.
Liz kindly requested a demo of French Knots and as I will be doing some of those on the project that I’m working on tomorrow I thought it was perfect timing. I will add in a few other stitches that also feature in the same project. In the video I will also talk about ways to make stitching easier on yourself – products I use and sell that aid in embroidery.
The second video will be on appliqué. The methods I use and how I approach it. Appliqué is a wonderful technique that can be used on pretty much anything you can imagine.
I’ve recently purchased some funky sewing baskets –
Small baskets are $23 and the medium baskets are $27, plus postage.
I must admit I am addicted, like most craftspeople, to storage…. between my fabric and stationary addictions storage is right up there. Top 5. Wayyyyy up there.
I have boxes and bags, stackable containers, tubs on wheels, cupboards with little drawers and jars with lids that go ‘thonk’. You know the ones I mean…. Storage is something that I think calls to us, that makes us feel like we are achieving some glorious organisational utopia.
Being organised and creative don’t often go hand-in-hand. Due to the ‘creative process’ keeping things tidy and streamlined can be a struggle. I for one like to work in a neat workspace, so I tidy as I go, or do one project, tidy and move onto the next one.
If anyone has any storage tips feel free to leave a comment below. 🙂
Anyways, I’m off to bed shortly (after I get in a little more sewing), so I hope to see you all in store this week or online to celebrate the last four days in the shop.
Thank you all for your support and kind words along the way with this massive change.