Seeing all the beautiful gifts Jenny made, Jenny of Elefantz - has made me want to start making some too. She made lovely tissue holders and she had a link to the pattern - Polka Dot Pineapple
The first one was so quick and easy to make, I decided to make more. Then I saw a lovely pattern for a cell phone pouch at Blue Moon River and made one to match my tissue holder :-)
September was a stressful month, with a teacher strike forcing schools to shut just weeks before exams - after three and a half weeks the union agreed to suspend the strike. My son, Matthew is in matric/grade 12 and thankfully has now written his prelims/trials. Last week, school holidays, I had an opportunity to visit my daughter in Cape Town as Matthew had an audition at UCT. Had a lovely time, beautiful weather and all too soon it was time to leave. After a bumpy flight, lots of turbulence, arrived home Sunday night with a whopping headache which immediately disappeared when I saw a package with my name on it.:-)
Have you heard of TILDA!
I hadn't until I received an email from Jenny of Elefantz saying I had won on her blog and that she was sending me a Tilda book. I hadn't entered any competitions so was curious. I always read her blog, I love her designs and love seeing what she's up to, but I don't always leave a comment. She had a tutorial for some lovely gifts, she made two beautiful soap sachets and a diary cover out of a vintage embroidered doily which I just loved so I left a comment. In her post Jenny said she had taken all the names of who had left comments on her previous 4 post and my name was drawn - the surprise giveaway was to celebrate her 900 followers!
An even bigger surprise, she sent me 2, two Tilda books!! I was speechless! and also so very grateful. I just love everything about these books. Thank you so much Jenny, I am now a great Tilda fan!
Visit Jenny and enjoy all her amazing designs and delicious recipes HERE
Hi, my name is Fleurette, welcome to my blog. I’m a wife and mother. Both my children live, work and study in Cape Town so my sweet miniature daschunds, Sasha and Suzi, keep me company while I enjoy doing all the things I love, quilting, applique, stitching, knitting, crochet, reading, gardening. I hope you enjoy your visit and please feel free to leave a comment; I would love to hear from you. Warm wishes from sunny Durban, South Africa!