Over the past few months I have been searching for nice boys’ fabric. I know there are hundreds of prints out there with tractors, robots, dinosaurs and the like, but there doesn’t seem to be anything else. Girls’ choices are incredibly wide, from hundreds of pink and lavender tones to flowery patterns that range from [...]
As much as I adore geometry and love to look at the artistry in quilts, they are not (yet, perhaps?!) something my passions lead me to make.
My lack of quilting desire does not, however, extend to quilter’s shops!
Yesterday I visited Inès, a quilter’s paradise [...]
On a clear summer evening the desert sun sets, twilight touches the edge of the sand and rising into the darkening night sky, a round moon beams bright. For only a few minutes the sky glows in the moonrise. Exquisite moments indeed. Moonrise sky: a special colour for a cherished little girl.
Moonrise sky [...]
Fresh and cool – a new tutu colour! Minty shminty. Yum! Add a spot of chocolate and watch her twirling around the sunny garden before collapsing on grandma’s quilted picnic blanket for afternoon tea with her dollies.
Perhaps she has just a smidgeon too much energy for early on a Sunday morning when you’re trying to squeeze in several more minutes of shut eye, but after hundreds of kisses, you succumb and awake with a smile at her persistence.
Full to bursting with love and kindness, she was born to wear [...]
Fresh and straightforward, she loves wear this with pinks, lots of pinks, on fluffy days and when her mood is a little more pensive, grey or white are cooler – whatever the mood, her little robin’s egg tutu is for having fun!
She is an unusual beauty, soft and subtle. Smokey tanzanite knows what she wants and gets it, gracefully, without ruffling any feathers.
Vivid, vivacious and eternally pretty, camilla camellia bounces into afternoon tea, hides behind the sofa then jumps up, steals a slice of cake and gives you a beautifully cheeky smile before running back to play.
Camilla camellia tutus now available in the project mozzah shop.
There is a fabulous exhibition of the work of the sculptor turned legendary couturier, Madame Grès, in Paris.
..in creams, soft pastels..
.. sophisticated blacks..
..and striking bolds..
Long summer evenings with family and friends. Cool air warmed by a crackling bonfire and marshmallows toasted on pointy sticks. Looking upwards, the stars start twinkling in the darkening sky and wispy smoke dances up to greet them.
Wispy smoke tutus now available from the [...]
Mr S wasn’t too happy with the spare bed being covered in scraps of fabric. I can’t say it bothered me all that much – far easier to know what you have when it’s all spread out I say – but hey, I choose my battles wisely. So, time for a scrap bag made from [...]
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