November 28, 2007

I must be the last person in blogland...

...to have placed an order with Superbuzzy! After seeing Soozs' playmat & toybag tutorial, I fell in love with this farmyard fabric and could resist no longer. I would have caved sooner if I'd known you get sweets in with the parcel!

Can't wait to make an owl out of it, it'll be a barn owl!!





Fabric is something I don't buy in abundance, being a great believer in the 'use what you have' idea. So much so, that I am hoping to organise some sort of a fat quarter swap in the new year, please do let me know if you would be interested in taking part. I have quite a few Kaffe Fassett fabrics I would love to share that are just sat here in a basket.




Thank you to Chandra, Monda loves.., and Celeste, you have all signed up to 'pay it forward', I will be in touch after christmas for your addresses, (although, Chandra, you will need to email me as I have been unable to find a way of contacting you through your blogger profile). There is crafting going on, but nothing I can share just now unfortunately, but will do soon!.

20 comments:

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

No, not the very last! I still haven't ordered from Superbuzzy because the time I nearly did I was put off by the delivery charges. I tend to get my lovelies from Nuno-plus and I am trying not to look at Superbuzzy's website at the moment coz I know I'll want more!!!

Love the idea of the swap - that logo is stunning! Lucy x

iSew said...

Me too. I only just ordered my first piece of Japanese fabrics from a seller on Etsy. No Superbuzzy yet. You are not alone. We could start a support group or something.
I'd love to do a fat quarter swap!

dottycookie said...

I keep looking at Superbuzzy but end up not being able to choose!

I'd potentially be interested in a fat quarter swap too.

Kim said...

I would LOVE to partake in a fat quarter swap! I went through a phase where I bought far too many of them from Purl, and so have some good stuff to share :-)

Kim said...

I've also avoided Superbuzzy thus far, having been put off by the prices on my 3 or 4 visits. I live in NYC, so shop at Purl Patchwork (the retail front of purlsoho.com) instead. I also get some good stuff via Etsy.

Annie said...

What GEORGOUS fabric, be comforted, I have not seen it. I LOVE your owls and think you should definitely open an ETSY shop next year. I'll be in a swap for fabric.

AnnieB said...

I'll do fabric swap

love your new fabric - never heard of superbuzzy - feel a new addiction coming on from the mere sight of that fabric though...oh dear!

Kerry said...

I'd love to be involved in a swap! Can't wait for more details!
I, too, haven't ordered from Superbuzzy but probably will one of these days...

Katy said...

I'm a superbuzzy virgin too - I go for Nuno coz of the postage...although DH is in New York this week, so I had better get some treats from PurlPatchwork - he has the address, the phone number and the directions on how to get there!
Count me in for the swap (you knew that already though, didn't you?!)
I love that farm fabric!

Katy said...

hang on a minute....I just had another look at the farm fabric....you get SWEETS in the package from superbuzzy????? Oh, now that has swayed me...I'm off! ;)

Prue said...

Love the farm fabric. Happy to participate in a fat quarter swap, though I am in Australia...

Kitty said...

Hi ... I hopped over here after seeing the link at Monkee Maker's blog. I've had a lovely time looking at all your lovely stuff. Hope you don't mind if I bookmark and visit again? Keep up the great work. :-) x

thevintagemagpie said...

NOoooooo! I can't believe I missed the giveaway... I love those little fellas. I must keep up more. I must I must I must ! xxx

Marlou said...

your work is amazing, just found your blog!! :)

Charlie P said...

Fat quarter swap? Yes please! :D

I AM said...

I would love to join a fat quarter swap in the new year! Please keep me posted.

And have yourself a very merry christmas!!!

Anonymous said...

I'd love to do a fat quarter swap too... I went a bit overboard this year and didn't end up using much of the fabric I bought... plus it's fun to share!!

carolyn said...

I'm up for a little swappin' in the new year!

SuzyQSparkles said...

I'd be interested in swapping some of those Where-Did-This-Come-From!?!'s right out of my overflowing stash.

Suzy :D

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