Sunday, 25 October 2009

I'm doing a little 'Summer Dance'..


Well, I have jumped on the bandwagon again, and got myself caught up in the Munki Munki swirl of fabric collection and obsession (though I think it is obsession, fuelled by collection)

I am finding lots of lovely pieces from etsy and from swapping on Flickr - this swapping caper is a wonderful way of doing business with someone - you have too much of a thing, and you want another thing, so you say Hi, will ya swap?, they say Sure, and you swap, and you get the thing you want!!!


I also NEEDED a particular pattern of HRH HR (ie Her Royal Highness Heather Ross - cos she really is royalty in the fabric world!!!) which I did not have and COULD NOT FIND anywhere - so I placed a callout on Flickr's Buggy for Heather Ross group (cos we are) - and Sheridan came to the party and just gave me some of hers -

now that's what I call sharing -

"when you give away what your heart desires most (ie her beloved HR collection) only good things will your heart receive in return" (ie. I owe her big time!)

That's my Sunday sermon for today.


Sheridan's generous Summer Dance


Lots of yummy pink - I could stare at the watermelon colour for ever!

Love me some skinny dogs!



Love me some doggy jackets!


Ahhhhh....weddings!

Ahhhhh......1/2 strength flat white, 1 sug, thanks


That reminds me; gotta get some more fruit!




5 comments:

chaletgirl said...

Look, really, if I am in any way to blame for your obsession with Heather Ross, then that's the least I could do.

I subscribe to the "it's way more fun to give than to receive" mantra.

You've got a great little collection going there!

Lizzie said...

Hmmmm, now I would do a summer dance too if I had those delectable fabrics, I especially love the wedding one!! Lovely.
Lizzie
XXX

Andi said...

What a gorgeous selection of fabric loveliness!!!
Enjoy!!

Becky said...

I am in love with those sausage dogs!! What a wonderful collection you have :)

My name is Wendy . . . said...

So generous!
People can be so wonderful!
Bless . . .