I’ve finally finished a recent project and I’m looking at starting another one. First up is some fabric from Cath Kidston I bought with some vouchers… “http://www.cathkidston.co.uk/p-12767-cath-kidston-mini-shooting-star-haberdashery-cotton.aspx?referrer=category”.url
I haven’t got the foggiest what to make, my ideas so far:
originally I thought a blouse, but now I think it’d look very clown like,
my other half suggested pyjamas, but it’s such an expensive fabric for that,
then I thought an apron, but being white that’s just asking for a tomato sauce based accident…
It’s haberdashery cotton so have pre-washed it to get the shrinking done before I turn it into something.
All ideas welcome!
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