Thursday, 15 July 2010

Fairy Girls projects.........

Fairy Girl was kept busy making this journal cover for a recipe book I had
to give a bit of help with the appliqué
She also made these heat packs..........all on her own.........forgot to

turn the ends in though.........oh well next time.........


Catch you later..............
Chookyblue

15 comments:

Scottish Nanna said...

They are beautifull what A good job.she did on them.Keep up the good work Fairy Girl.
Hugs Mary.

Maree: said...

Great Job Fairy Girl..your projects are Fabulous...keep it up..
cheers

Beth said...

Great job Fairy Girl! I could use a hot pack.

Levin said...

i forget to turn the ends in too! she did a great job on all her creations - and she's a very lucky girl to have an expert on hand.
l
x

Cubby House Crafts said...

Beautiful job Fairy Girl! Love your choice of colours!
Lisa ʚϊɞ

BubzRugz said...

Well done Fairy Girl - they are all so good - I especially love the recipe book cover - the colours are delicious! Hugz

Rumi said...

Fairy Girl is on her way to becoming a great crafter like her mom!

Thimbleanna said...

Fairy Girl is becoming quite the little seamstress. That flower is too cute!

Lynn said...

How cute, what sweet fabric. The beads are so pretty. Oops I forget to turn in the ends too!

Wendy said...

Very sweet projects from the Fairy Girl.

Farmyard Crafts said...

Good job Fairy Girl! You're doing a great job with your sewing! :)

Farmyard Crafts said...

Good job Fairy Girl! You're doing a great job with your sewing! :)

Sweet Cinnamon Stitches said...

Nice work Fairy Girl!!
Jane.

limpingalong said...

I like the Emu header -- they remind me of a trip Sweetie and I took when we first moved here -- drove down toward the coast and saw a field with odd brownish sheep? grazing in a field. No, as we got closer -- not sheep -- Sandhills Cranes. Envision your emu from behind with the head down. That is what they looked like, except shorter and smaller than the emu. Are your emu wild - are they native to the area?

ranette said...

Fairy Girl is making some wonderful projects...good job!