Monday, October 5, 2009

Sewing Green!

I picked up a copy of this from the library today and was perusing it during my lunch break.
Now I just want to go home and read and sew or go op-shopping rather than doing my day job!

PS. There is also a very generous blogiversary giveaway over at BubbaChenille. If I was in Brisbane next week I'd have to join her at The Handmade Expo and sing along with the world record attempt to sing Heads, Shoulders, Knees & Toes! Alas, I will be at my day job, dreaming of crafting and probably humming along on my own...

8 comments:

The Craft Gypsy said...

ooh the book looks fab, can't wait to see what projects you make from it!

RuthiV said...

Hi Ange,
I saw this book on a craft newsletter and thought it looked good, I considered buying it but borrowing it from the library sounds like a better option. (My vague baby brain is not on the ball these days, lack of sleep I think!)
I'll have to put my name down for a hold on it and have a little looksee after you!
It was nice to meet you at the Maker's Market the other day too :)
see you round town no doubt!
x Ruth

Jo in TAS said...

I think I need to start using the library! Green's my favourite colour.

lily40au said...

We must have been separated at birth ... I spend my whole working life dreaming of what I'll do when I get home! LOL

Love the quite by the way.

bubbachenille said...

Thanks for your great post and good luck in the giveaway on my blog !

humel said...

lol! I like the look of that book, green is my new fave (used to be purple) and I've always liked recycling stuff :-) Be sure to share any projects you make that are inspired by this, won't you? (Please?!)

Amanda said...

What a cool book...I might have to put that on my list of "wants" ...Like I need to add to it!!

Hope you get time for all projects!!!

Tanya said...

I have been eye-ing off that book, I will have to see if my library can get it in. Do you go in for book reviews??!!! THis is my first visit to your blog adn I have enjoyed my look around, I have signed up to read more of your 'ramblings!'