Tonight a group of us from our work's Innovation Network visited Questacon's Technology Learning Centre for a work-related event. I expected it to be interesting and informative. What I didn't expect was to see this:
Custom fabric and wallpaper printing company Spoonflower usually offers its subscribers free samples of new fabrics they're offering. I was very pleased to get the latest offer, which was for their faux suede: which I thought would be very useful for mini rugs. The pattern I chose was new zealand stamps with kiwi (sic), which I believed would give me lots of cool possibilities to play with.
My sample arrived on Friday
and I wasted no time cutting out my first rug and testing its suitability:
I think I'll be buying more of this. Did you take advantage of the faux suede offer? If so, what pattern did you choose (and what are you doing with it?)
This weekend I've been sewing up a storm at Margell. With winter well and truly arrived, it's time to work on making things as cosy as possible around here. The first step is to make some blinds for the windows to keep as much of the warm in as possible.