Since I'm having a sale in the shop right now, I wanted to stop in and let you know I added a couple more little things.
I'm so lucky that Amy of Nana Company, made up this adorable potholder featuring my little happy hen...that, yes, I know....looks/is more like a rooster!....*whatever. ;) It says happy hen on the fabric, so it's staying that way. But no matter what you choose to call the happy little animal....that pattern is now listed in the shop! Yay! (gosh, i love that little pothodler!...that's a little pocket at the top, btw!...doesn't amy need to do a pattern for that?!? hint, hint)
Also, I had a request for a Miss Strawberry embroidery pattern, so she's also in the shop!
Remember, she's an illustration too! (gray or aqua backgrounds)Vintage Grey had made....so I thought I'd share them now.
I loooove this apple pillow!
Heather used the Bustle and Sew e-magazine's September issue to make this pillow. So cute!
She also did an adorable redwork mini quilt with my new Laundry Day pattern, which is very similar to my my original Laundry Day pattern /illustraion. The difference is there are flowers instead of mushrooms. Both versions are in the shop!
Her hand crocheted edging is perfection!
Wanted to mention that I noticed on the Riley Blake website that the pink and aqua simple florals are sold out as well as the pink Main....so if you've had your eye on any of those, you might want to consider purchasing soon!
For my little shop sale, I think I'll keep that going for a couple more days since I just added those couple things today. Remember, HAPPY20 is the coupon code during checkout to save 20% off your entire order!
Thank you SO much for those of you that have ordered already! I appreciated it very much. :)
Am I forgetting anything else? Please tell me if I am....I generally think about 72 million things at once...
but really I love it! ;)
Oh, I thought of something already (imagine that!)...
**If you are interested in stitching up an embroidery pattern to help me out with shop examples, please email me at email@example.com. The one criteria is that you need to be very confident with your ability to stitch very neatly and be able to use colors that coordinate with The Simple Life. You know, red, pink and aqua. ;)
And I think that's about it! (I think)