Thursday, 5 March 2015

Getting Crafty with Hillarys Blinds

Last weekend I spent a lovely relaxing afternoon doing some crafting with Hillarys Blinds, Joe Blogs and The Crafty Hen at the Custard Factory in Birmingham.

I don't normally have time to do crafts myself, it's not that I don't like to but whenever I feel creative I usually get the craft box out with the kids and we have fun together. It was really nice to do something with grown-ups for a change.

Hillarys have taken their craft roadshow on the road and invited bloggers for an afternoon of crafting fun in several venues during February and March.

We were first given a demonstration by Julie from the Crafty Hen



Then we got to choose from the lovely fabrics provided by Hillarys Blinds.

Photo Credit: Joe Blogs



Then it was time to get on with our first project, a lovely notebook cover. While working I chatted along with other bloggers on my table, it was lovely to catch up with Zoe from MamaGeek, Eileen from ET Speaks From Home and Erica from 92three30.


I was really pleased with my notebook cover, it wasn't very difficult to make.


The second project was a little bird which I found more difficult as it involved a lot more sewing. I've never really been very good at sewing. Still, it was nice to sit and stitch and chat and watch my little bird take shape.



I had a really lovely afternoon and would definitely do something like this again. 









2 comments:

  1. Love your choice of button! They look so beautiful! Also your bird look fab!
    Great to meet you again!

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  2. those fabrics look lovely. I think you did brilliantly with those crafts. x

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