Friday, 12 September 2008

Shopping List Saturday - prep for using that embellishing machine!

1) ENGLISH ROSE handcarded batts spinning fiber 4.3 oz / FeltStudioUK 2)Tweet Tweet Birdie 2 - Brooch/Pin / materialised 3) Felted Wool Sweater Scraps - Purple / Cofygirl 4) Felt Scene Brooch no1 / SarasTextureCrafts 5) Cyndi bitsNpieces luxury novelty spinning kit with FREE Angelina / luxe 6)Circles - Textile Art Mini Cushion in Blue / shunklies

Mmmm! So many beautiful things!
This, I guess, is a natural progression from yesterday's post. Whilst I was at the Knitting and Stitching Show, my new and very exciting purchase was embellishing machine! I am SO excited about it! I promised this as a treat to myself, and it's here at last! I can't wait to get started with it, and in honour of that, this weeks' Shopping List has uncovered some textile delights.
The fibres are beautiful, aren't they? Gorgeous colours - and great names, too! Perfect for any project. I love the fact that these jumpers and wool garments can arrive on your doorstep pre-felted, ready for convenient.
For inspiration towards achieving great results, look no further than these fabulous brooches - so beautiful - and this scrumptious cushion - eyecandy for your favourite chair!

*For more great ideas on what to spend your money on this weekend, take a look at the blogs in the Shopping List Saturday:Check Out Their Lists! (in the righthand sidebar). So many choices from so many sellers! Shop at etsy, and buy handmade!!


Miss Frugality said...

I know you're going to have great fun with your new machine...can't wait to see what you make with it!
Thanks so much for including my brooch in your gorgeous tactile list :-)
I'm off to do a little window shopping on Etsy myself now.

Sara's Texture Crafts said...

Thank you so much for giving my brooch a mention!

Erika said...

Hey fellow Fancier! I found you on the FP of Etsy and really like your little things......alot.......but what the heck is an embellisher? (I'm a sucker for new toys. I'm going to follow your blog, and look forward to seeing more work.