Thank you, thank you, thank you to all you lovely readers who provided feedback on the stilettos that my brother made.
It seems like many of you agreed that there is a place for both in a sewing kit however it is the stiletto with the sharp point that can be tucked inside the handle when not in use that was the most popular (it's the one on the right in the picture)! I need to convince him to set up an Etsy shop!
Each person who commented on the the stilettos was entered in the draw for one of my scissor fob pincushions and the winner is.....OhioLori! Lori liked the stiletto on the right. I've emailed her to find out what she would like her scissor fob pincushion to look like.
Today I'll share another block from my Lozagons quilt. As I look at these blocks they don't look particularly interesting but I assure you they will look quite different when stitched together!
Time for me to get back to work testing Missie's quilt pattern Gardens of a King quilt pattern. Until I post again, happy sewing!
Please keep us posted when your brother makes more stilettos and (if you can convince him) seam rippers with the larger handles for easier handling.ReplyDelete
congrats to Lori--yes let us know if your brother decides to make and sell theseReplyDelete
Congrats Lori! I agree he should set up a shop!ReplyDelete
Congrats Lori! Let us know if he sets up an etsy shop. I would buy one!ReplyDelete
:) yay, Lori!ReplyDelete
congrats to Lori and Good luck to your brother. I was admiring some pens at a fine craft store just yesterday made like these and they weren't cheap!ReplyDelete
Congrats to the winner! I would love to buy a stiletto and a seam ripper too. Please let me know if your brother sets up an Etsy shop...ReplyDelete
P.S. Loxagon block is fab!ReplyDelete
Congrats to Lori.ReplyDelete
Another great looking block.