Tilda Fabric – Autumn Range

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Today I am taking part in a blog hop showcasing the beautiful new range of Tilda Fabrics Cabbage Rose & Memory Lane.

Tilda 2016 Cabbage Rose Memory Lane

With so many beautiful fabrics to choose from I felt spoilt for choice re potential projects. As always with Tilda the fabric is printed on beautiful cotton.

Firstly I made a selection of notebook covers as gifts.

A5 Sketchpads with Tilda fabric covers

I used this tutorial from Stitch by Stitch adding little printed thank you labels on the inside cover for teachers gifts (yes I did make rather a lot of gifts this year! see DIY plant pots and golf bag)

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Next up, with Mums birthday around the corner I decided to make her a gorgeous makeup and makeup brush holder.

front of makeup bag

 

I love this so much that it was hard to part with, I suspect I will be making many more.

make up bag

 

The free pattern is available from So Sew Easy, and comes with a handy video to follow.

Finally I decided to treat myself and made some pattern weights – featured on The Sewing Bee these are becoming very popular.

pattern weights

Yet another free tutorial if you fancy making them yourself. Find it here (plus Tea and a Sewing Machine is a great blog to follow!)

You will be able to purchase the new range of Tilda fabrics from stitchcraftcreate where you can also be inspired by many other bloggers creations with this gorgeous fabric.

Visit their facebook page for a chance to win some of the fabric yourself.

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I received the fabric in return for a blog post – all opinions are my own.

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I am inspired by our wonderful world, creation is constant and yet changing. I feel it is important to respect the environment and where possible to upcycle/recycle. Blessed with creativity I try to appreciate it and develop it:) Thanks for taking the time to read my blog, please do sign up to follow my journey:)

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