June is definitely a month of gifts and presents.
I have so many I want to make this month, and time is running out! Eeeeeek!
My chilldren finish school for the summer holidays on 30th June, which means teachers’ presents must be made by then (more on that another day!).
My daugher is going to a friend’s birthday party soon, so I rustled up this cute pencil case, which will be filled with lots of goodies!
On Sunday, we have Father’s Day! Hubbie got some lovely plants for his hanging baskets, but I thought I’d run him up a fun wee mug rug for his office.
He’s from the south coast of England, where beach huts abound! Well, we can dream!
My friend’s mum is also being a complete star and altering some of my clothes (I really must learn how to make & alter clothes!).
You may remember I recently made her a couple of little brooches, so I thought I’d make her a pin cushion & matching basket to put her bits and pieces in.
|Another little brooch for a very stylish lady!|
The final ‘little thing’ today is my donation block to the Tokyo Quilt Festival Partnership Quilts.
This is a foundation pieced, wonky log cabin block & finishes at 9.5″ (perfect for the Partnership Quilts criteria).
The fabrics are batiks, in strong orange & raspberry and reminded me of the flowers I received for Mother’s Day which were called ‘Tutti Fruit’.
Don’t you think a quilt made in these colours would be so tropical and fun!
I will post the pdf of this pattern on my blog for anyone else who is interested, just as soon as I figure out how to do that!!
Have a fab Thursday!