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Men's series
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Play series
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Finally I was able to bind it...and its done! My brand new Wall Quilt. It is ideal for a child's bedroom.
I used some vintage style fabrics from the Cosmo Cricket line "Early bird", that is one of my favorites, and a red retro fabric.
Inspiration came from the Farmer's Wife book, for the main blocks, and the rest was an easy decision.
I decided to hand quilt it and I really enjoyed the whole process. You read about it here.

+I added some cute triangles at the back for an easier and more steady hanging on the wall.

Available in the shop.
On wednesday I started Patchwork Lessons in a village nearby, and I am very excited!
The teacher is great and I am definetely going to get many brand new tips, learn quilting from a professional (rather than youtube) and finally be able to talk about quilts. Very few people in Greece are quilters, so it was a great surprise for me to find out that there were FREE lessons for quilting...Finally, I'll be doing something I really enjoy, and share it with others.
More to come on that subject.

Here are some new photos I' ve taken of my tobacco pouches, that are available in the shop.

Happy weekend for everyone! Today the day has started with lots of creativity, we have lit the fireplace, put the chestnuts under the fire and now I am embroidering my superheroes.
Theme Day is hosting today some of my favorite Dolls.
via: zakkaart
via: etsy/romanticwonders
via: evangelione
via: RetroMama
via: eugenia papadopoulou
via: mmmcrafts
New pouches coming up in the shop:
Kokka series
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The week has just started and it seems a regular one.
Nevertheless, planing my next business move appeared to me as a huge mountain that has just become a hill, that is very easy to cross. So I am seriously thinking of opening a shop on etsy or dawanda or somewhere else...
But have you ever had the feel that you will not be able to manage with the "load" of doing something so new and so "strange" (to whatever you have been doing your whole life), that in the end is a great challenge to be bold and just do it!
I've been reading some great posts of advices on how to support you own crafting business, on how to advertise it, and I've spent the weekend trying to figure out if it will be profitable for my pocket to leap into the crafting business.
Sorry for the non-understandable words above, but my head is a mess lately, and I had the need to share this. I leave you with some of my questions...(more to come!) Whom ever wants to leave an answer, you are more than welcome.
QUESTIONS:
1. If I consider my creativity as "business" will it be decreased?
2. If I keep buying supplies (I admit that I am a fabric addict) when will I use them?
3. If I keep buying supplies will I be able to keep a balance between expenses and income?
4. Opening a shop isn't it a commitment?
5. Why the f...ck do I have to open a facebook account in order to sell more?

I have been sewing really slowly, but now I can present something. I like tobacco pouches they are enough complicated, so that I don't get bored in the process. Here are my new ones.
Have a nice weekend.


Amy Butler series.
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Neo-vintage series
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Romance series
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Kokka series.
Available in the shop!
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Neo-vintage series
Available in the shop!
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It has been a very difficult week, but I guess the weekend will be very creative. I "opened" the shop here on the blog, and now work has started stacking up.

I leave you with some of my favorite handmade bags!
Have a nice weekend.
via: weepereas
via: Renske Solkesz
via: Adri
via: morelle/etsy
via: andrea creates
I am so in love with these pixel people....I started this embroidery project that will definetely take its place in my wall.

Pixel people patterns are available at etsy.com from wee little stitches.