Oct 29, 2013

From Witch to Bewitching

We have new product in our shop and available for your sewing desires and they come form a brand new company called Lazy Daisy! Lazy Daisy is in home consultant based company that I have joined to offer you exclusive fabrics, patterns, and more! You can find and order all Lazy Daisy products from our Lazy Daisy website. You can also find some of the patterns, kits, and creations at our Etsy Store.
Today I want to introduce you to Lazy Daisy and some of their products by showing you how I turned Hilda the Witch (from the "Hilda Wall Hanging or Table Topper Kit") into a Bewitching Mantle display! When this kit arrived the first thing I notice was the vibrant and whimsical fabrics from Henry Glass & Co's "The Legend of Webb Hill" designed by Dana Brooks.
As you know we are on a Bunting kick here at Phat Quarters and so with these fabrics and the additional of some 100% wool felt, I made a spicy little mantle bunting to hang across my mirror.
Next I used some of the fabrics to change out two of my hanging hoops and added the black tulle and a spider to the third, for a bit of spooky variation. You simply put your fabric into your hoop and mark your boarders. Then take the fabric out of the hoop and using pinking shears cut on your line. Now put your fabric back in and hang it on your wall.
Lastly I created a basic table runner and added the pom-pom trim to each end. I set all this on my bookcase, added a few pumpkins and other little fillers and poof and very Bewitching Mantle display. I loved how easy it was to create a cohesive display using the fabrics from this kit! Now if you want to be traditional you can always follow the pattern that was included and create our friend Hilda the Witch, as Leah did.
 However you like to sew the most important part is to have fun with it! So, come try out a holiday kit offered by Lazy Daisy, by going to our Lazy Daisy Website or visiting our Etsy Shop. Have a very Bewitching day!

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