Monday, 5 March 2012

Lovely Stripes

Happy Handmade Monday everyone!  It's that time of the week again already!  

The followers free prize draw closed on Friday night and bright and early on Saturday morning I drew a name out of a hat.  And the winner is.... (drum roll...) ... Mick from Shpangle!!!  I contacted Mick over the weekend and he requested a cat bookmark so here it is ready to be posted this morning.  I hope he likes it.

I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who voted for me on Enterprise Nation.  I reached my target on Saturday.  I actually have 6 votes more than I need!  It's a shame I can't transfer the extra votes to one of the other applicants...  Anyway I should be getting my money in the next couple of days and will have my shiny new sewing machine by the end of the week!  Woo!  If you have a bit of time free and would like to help out a fellow crafter it's worth visiting the Enterprise Nation site.  It's so simple to do and it means a lot to the applicants.

Today it's all about stripes and everything on my blog today can be bought off Etsy.
Stripey Tote Bag by Time4meUK
£35 (+ £3.50 p&p)
This jaunty tote bag is made using hand-dyed fabrics and is an ideal size for shopping. It is lined with hand-dyed fabric in a complementary colour and measures 13" x 12" excluding the handles which are long enough to fit comfortable over your shoulder. 

Small Fused Glass Bowl by DogRockGlassDesign
£11.65 (+ free delivery)
Striking, small (8 x 8cm) fused glass dish, made from multi-coloured Bullseye glass stringers. Makes lovely little soap or confectionary/nibbles dish or a tea light holder. 

Pair of Stripey Cushion Covers by pipdesigns
£16.84 (+ £1.94 p&p)
2 X 18" (46cm) Cushion Covers.  Stripes in varying widths in Dark & Light Blue, Burgundy Red, Grey, Beige & White.  Machine Stitched and hand-made to a very high standard. Machine-washable.  The backs of the cushion covers are in a plain cream fabric with an envelope opening for easy insertion and removal of the cushion pads.

Stripey Monster Dog by IvyArch
£25 (+ £4 p&p)
This is Bruto. He is a soft monster dog doll handmade using luxurious remnant fabrics. Bruto is mostly made from a soft needlecord velvety fabric with vertical stripes.  He is 33cms high, measures 32cms across and is generously stuffed with premium grade carded hollow-fibre filling. 

Fabric Covered Earrings by KaelaMills
£3.24 (+ £1.30 p&p)
These cute little stud earrings are covered in a lovely striped nautical cotton fabric. They measure around 1 inch wide and have a silver plated earring stud very safely glued to the back, with a rubber see through back. 

Fingerless Gloves by Rainbowdreamknits
£11(+ £2.50 p&p)
Rainbow stripey fashion for that WOW! factor while keeping your hands cozy and fingers free. Impress your mates on those cold winter mornings----let the rainbow come out!  Will fit most women's hands, as it stretches!!  Cool hand or machine wash, supported in a washbag or pillowcase, gentle spin and allow to dry naturally.

Plush Woolly Hamster by raggyrat
£12.96 + (£1.62 p&p)
Cute woolly hamster, with beady eyes.  Made from an upcycled jumper.

Brown Hand Knitted iPhone Cover by BlueberryBarnKnits
£10 (+ £1.50 p&p)
Keep your gadget safe from bumps and scratches with this gorgeous hand knitted cover. The yarn is lovely and soft, machine washable and this design has a turn down cuff at the opening. The size of this cover is approx 13 x 6cm (unstretched) and although it has been specifically made for the iPhone, it will stretch to accomodate gadgets slightly larger - so may fit other types of phone, camera etc.

Mini Sketchbook by PrintingPretty
£3.10 (+ 99p p&p)
The front cover features a bright colourful digital print.  Contains 20 recycled pages, a mix of plain, coloured and patterned paper. A6 size 148 x 105 mm 5.8 x 4.1 inches. Double stitched seem. Double sided cover

Fused Glass Pendant by GraceandFirefly
£18.14 (+ £1.81 p&p)
Handmade glass pendant.  The glass pendant is approx 5cm x 2.3cm (7/8" x 2") and is attched to a silver plated bail. The pendant comes with a black ribbon cotton cord and in its own gift box.

15 comments:

  1. thanks for featuring me, i am actually taken with that really cheeful glass dish this morning! xxx

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  2. Wonderful collection of handmade goodies and congratulations on the win

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  3. Lots of lovely stripey goods - all so very colourful. Well done with the Enterprise Nation win - look forward to seeing the new goodies you make. Hope you have a good week.

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  4. Thank you once again Jenna and I am sure my daughter will love her new bookmark...hopefully her friends will want one making too! I will blog about it when I get it :)

    Thanks

    Mick

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  5. Loving all these stripey goodies! Thanks so much for including my knitted iPhone case!!

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  6. What a great win. Bet you can't wait to get stitching!
    Lots of lovely goodies on Etsy

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  7. Bright stripy goodies... I like, I like!

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  8. Lovely bookmark and a great selection of stripy gifts. Well done on getting the votes. x

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  9. Congratulations on your Enterprise Nation win! And what a lovely stripey collection - Bruto the monster dog is keeping very good company these days! I've got my eye on those fabulous rainbow fingerless gloves I know someone who would love Raggyrat's woolly hamster.

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  10. Well done on the votes - and what a fab selection of stripy makes! x

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  11. Oh, what a treasure trove of stripes! Lovely. And the cat bookmark is also a treasure. Thank you for sharing.

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  12. Love the stripy gifts and congratulations on obtaining the votes. I think I might go and have a look at it myself!

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  13. Love your collection of stripy things. The fingerless gloves are really nice. Well done on getting more than enough votes :)

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  14. A brilliant collection of stripes!Love it all.

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  15. Well done on all your votes.
    You have chosen a great selection of stripy items, lovely and colourful. Well done to Mick, I'm sure his daughter will love her book mark.

    Jan x

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