Let’s sip tea and get comfy

Happy New Year, dear friends!

I’ll be making a bunch of homemade yummies today as I try to keep warm.  It’s 26* Fahrenheit here and we’re not so used to that.  I’m sipping some delicious and new to me Earl Grey Imperial tea.  It’s supposed to just be medium, but it’s quite strong in my opinion.  I’m enjoying it and it’s warming me some!

Also, if you like my hand painted custom mug in my pictures you can find them here.

A few days ago my Liberty Society bundle arrived, so let’s get to chatting about that.



Today’s fabric picks

Liberty Society is a monthly subscription club.  You receive 10 prints every month.  The club is designed to help you build your Liberty stash economically.  Ready more details about Liberty Society here.  Lust over all things Liberty here.

This month’s bundle included (you’ll notice that some of the links are not active, this is because some prints are only available as part of the Liberty Society Club):

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Ava & Neve Liberty Art Fabrics Brisbane

I’ve been receiving the Liberty Society club bundles now since early spring 2017 and I’m so happy to be a member of this club.  I love these beautiful florals arriving at my door each month.  Visit Ava and Neve here.


Felicite is always a favorite print of mine and I really find this colorway just lovely.

Last week, I cut up a whole bunch of my Liberty for a quilt that you’ll start seeing very soon here.


Product Spotlight

I don’t do cross stitch very often, but the few times I have I sewed zipper pouches with the cross stitch design in the middle of it.  I feel like it added so much to the simple pouch.  For that reason, this book is now on my wish list.  I’d love to have a copy of it.


I’m always a fan of the Michelle print too or really just anything with tiny florals will do.  I’m always happy with my Liberty Society bundles.  I don’t think there has been a print in any of my bundles that I couldn’t use.  They all look so yummy together.

Here’s a little sneaky peak of my Liberty stash mixed with a little Denyse Schmidt‘s Hope Valley.  I’m so excited to be working on this quilt.  I can’t wait to show you!


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