Thursday, 26 May 2016

Fabric junkie

Hello. I think I might be a fabric junkie. It was time for another Hull Scrapstore visit on Tuesday, I had three crafty ladies wanting to go and stock up. Oh how I love rooting through those bins, you never know what you might find. All the best pieces are at the bottom so dig deep. I filled my basket for £5, and bought another three pieces for £1 each. They just seemed to jump into my basket, ha ha. The red stripey one is going to make some smashing shopping bags. 
A big thank you to Elaine from Philadelphia who sent me a Birthday Card, and tucked inside was this quirky piece of cotton fabric. It's very unusual, I haven't seen this design before. Each figure has a puss cat.


I was on the radio this morning talking about my Summer House. James Piekos was standing in for Burnsy, and I got the call just before the end of the programme. You can listen to it here, on Radio Humberside. Move the slider across to 2 hours 47 minutes. It's only available for 29 days. A reporter from the local paper is after me, will probably speak to her tomorrow.

Thank you all for voting for me, I never expected to get this far. I didn't realize how many entries they received, it's amazing that they picked my shed to go through to the finals. Just as a recap, this is the page you want to vote.  You can vote for one shed in each of the eight categories.

Thanks for popping in, we'll catch up soon.
Toodle pip

8 comments:

  1. I was surprised they let me vote. I live in Canada. Good luck!

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  2. Good interview as usual. I wish we had a scrapstore nearby. I have a weakness for fabric - I love it. I will be spending the summer sewing, so many projects in mind...

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  3. Pretty fabrics, and I do love the ladies with cats!

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  4. Just listened to you! You came across very well and it was obvious that you had fun building your shed. Lovely to hear you. JanF

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  5. I hope you win, it was a very good interview.

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  6. I bet you had fun at the Scrapstore. I probably could run one for a year on my crafting stash. :-) My friend brings me some really lovely fabrics back from America. They have such a wide choice of amazing patterns. x

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  7. I just put in a vote for your shed. Good luck! I'm wishing we had a scrap store here. The fabric looks great. Allie.

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  8. Love the red stripey fabric. Have you ever thought of selling your bags on Etsy? You could make a little money on the side and pad your savings account.

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