This is what my days are like right now.
|High tech, isn't it?!|
Step one, marking out the shapes.
No, I don't have a heart cutter for the Go!
|Step two, pin the two layers of felt together,|
and then cut the hearts out.
|Step three, start stitching.|
|Stuffing the hearts with all the wadding trimmings|
I've collected over the past few months.
|Current productions numbers of white hearts,|
|and red hearts,|
|and multi-coloured stars.|
These are the ones I got a big hate on for yesterday.
Kind of like them today.
|A tangle of snowflakes. More ready to be dipped in the Stiffy.|
And these need to have the yarn ends trimmed still.
think they are all beautiful i would go for 3 for a fiver .your work is so neat !!ReplyDelete
Uber cute Susan - love your little hearts. Hope you are feeling brighter.ReplyDelete
S they're gorgeous!! I love the candy coloured stars.... whats wrong with them??ReplyDelete
These are lovely, I think I might be wanting some- do you mind if I try to copy the idea?ReplyDelete
These are very cute!!ReplyDelete
hmmm, do you have some elves stashed away that you get out to help you with production? Where do you find the time to do all these and they are fantastic. My local garden centre is charging about £10 for their hearts and yours are way better!!ReplyDelete
I love all these ornaments, why didn't you like the stars? £2 each or 3 for £5 is a really good price - hope you're making a profit on them! Good luck with the production line, can't wait to see your stall!ReplyDelete
These all look fab. I was looking at the felt ones thinking - which one's doesn't she like because they are all lovely. I think that pricing is great. I think I used to sell some little quilted decs I made once for £2.50 but they were quite embellished and I wish I'd thought of the bulk buy deal. Think you're onto a winner!ReplyDelete
I think they are super cute. Have you thought about doing some that are personalized with things like "baby's first Christmas" or "best sister" etc. You could embroider that on. Just a suggestion but I think these are great. I knew you were talented but you continue to surprise me.ReplyDelete
They all look great - your 'stall' will look amazing - have you got that all sorted yet - not just piles on a table I hope!ReplyDelete
Never mind having a heart die for your Go Baby, I'm impressed you've got a heart cookie cutter lol Love the felt hearts and stars, especially the contrast colour stitching, hope they get snapped up :o)ReplyDelete
all lovely :-) especially love the stars!ReplyDelete
It all looks so pretty! I especially love those stars (and the snowflakes- put me down for three of those since I can't crochet my way out of a paper bag)ReplyDelete
What did the stars do to piss you off?
I think the red hearts are my faves.ReplyDelete
Love your decorations, they are gorgeous. The hearts are my fave!ReplyDelete
Great job Susan, it all looks really Scandinavian - look forward to hearing how the sale goes.ReplyDelete
They all look great! The white hearts and stars are particularly wonderful. But bad Annaliese, at the end of the post all I could think was, "Oh Susan and her Stiffy...." tee heeReplyDelete
Oh Susan, these look great, the hearts are my faves! For display, we're thinking of getting a glass jar filled with stones with a big branchy thing sticking out of the top, so we can hang all the decorations on the twigs...what are you planning? xReplyDelete
They look great, Susan! Your stitching is so neat!!ReplyDelete
Those are really cute. I think you'll do really well selling them.ReplyDelete
Wow! So many yummies you've made. Are you employing child labour in that sweat shop?ReplyDelete
fantastic - they'll sell like hotcakesReplyDelete
They're all so beautiful, it makes me wish I had time to make some! I think £2 is too cheap, I think £3 would be better, then you could do 4 for a tenner!ReplyDelete
Wow! They're beautiful! I love them all!!!ReplyDelete
All so very lovely, your stall is going to look amazing. I am drooling over the hearts and the little touches of embroidery.ReplyDelete
Get Emily working on the staging and you'll be the perfect team - love them all - your customers are getting a bargain!ReplyDelete