Thursday, February 5, 2009

One fierce Pirate has found his safe harbour!

Look what we received in the mail today - in spite of having rather a hard life (we think) - leg missing, hand missing, teeth missing, eye missing - he still looks very very cute and we are very happy to give him a happy home at The Cloth Shop. He came with this note from Helen - love to you too xx. Helen mentions she is doing creative skirt stuff from this magazine - it features five skirts (amongst lots of other cool things) and the patterns are in the magazine or can be downloaded.
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Anonymous said...

I have just got of this magazine and it is glorious - just that bit different from the run of the mill. And almost everything could be made with bits and bobs around the house - not requiring purchase on new machine, installation of work room etc! And very stylish not stuff like the womens day craft column - i am hooked.

Wendy Scott said...

Hi there me hearties
no just loved the pirate, i wandered in to say gidday and to remember the good old days when i could call myself a quilter, i am now living in Pahiatua and am the local vicar in the Pahiatua and Eketahuna Anglican Churches, some of you may remember me from my days hanging around the clothshop. If your ever in my neck of the woods, still lots of UFO's and a fabric stash to die for just little time to potter although i'm starting another hexagon quilt something to do by hand easy to travel and it doesn't matter how long it takes to grow.
Lots of Love to you all
Wendy Scott

The Cloth Shop Girls said...

Wendy!! Happy New Year = great to hear from you my ex quilter friend!!

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