6oz wadding makes it extra plumptious but it needed the walking foot to help it through the machine.
A close-up of the bee and honeycomb flower.
I've been writing the pattern for this over the Summer Break. David cut me some bees and there will be a hand-painted bee included in each pattern. There will be some patterns available at the Mad Hatter's Tea Party (all proceeds to Macmillan). Click on the link on the right for details and do come along to the Crafts House to support this - it will be great fun.
It's raining outside and I'm going to snuggle up under a quilt (August Bank Holiday weekend - really?) and do some knitting this afternoon although I can feel a bit of a snooze coming on. I shouldn't waste good crafting time snoozing but sometimes your eyes just get too heavy don't they?
Later I will be continuing with some goodies for the Autumn Craft swap which I'm thoroughly enjoying - I'll put pictures up after I've sent them off just in case Anne peeks! I'll also be putting the finishing touches to some Mavis and Gladys things ready for the first class on 24th September which is also Steph's due date!