Monthly Archives: October 2010
Who fancies a bit of COOL embroidery? We bring you Sublime Stitching embroidery transfers, cute but not cheesy. All the way from Austin Texas, this little company was set up by
Jenny Hart who wanted to stitch but felt she was faced with “an overabundance of bunny-n-duckie patterns and outdated, overly-difficult instructions for embroidery”. So she cleverly created some of her own ‘non-traditional’ designs and now produces these little pattern transfer packs with simple embroidery instructions included so that you can add unexpected little motifs to just about any surface you like.
And, if you’re interested in starting or revisiting embroidery, the Sublime Stitching website is worth a look, see the How To page for an extremely full directory of stitches, tutorials and techniques. Check the packs out in our embroidery section here and watch the Ray Stitch News page for Sublime Stitching gift packs coming very soon....
Brand New - American Jane "Punctuation"
We've just added this sweet collection of 11 prints in reds, blues and blacks from "Punctuation", the very latest range from fabric designer American Jane - otherwise known as Sandy Klop.
We haven't had time to make anything with them yet and actually, they're so versatile we can't quite make up our minds what to do first. Little dresses or big dresses? Purses, table-cloths, gym bags? A pillow and quilt set? As usual, the possibilities are endless.
If you can't decide either, the reds and the blues are available as a bundle of 8 fat quarters for £18.00. That way you could just about cover all of the above!