Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Liberty of London Fabric, Makers Mercantile, Hand Stitching

Liberty of London Tana Lawn cottons I bought at Makers Mercantile.
Makers Mercantile fabric, patterns, art selection.

'Outbackwife' a floral barkcloth fabric at Makers Mercantile.

Store front, Kent Washington.

Art in store, notice the knitted hat and fancy scarf, very chic.

Beautiful yarn and patterns for knitting, crocheting and more.

My violet ABC cross stitch project I'm working on.

Happy Wednesday,
from Renton, Washington!
Where we are staying with our son and daughter-in-law, helping out and enjoying our one year old grandson, chubby and entertaining. 

I hope you're enjoying the longer days and the birds singing in the mornings.
Summer solstice is coming up soon.

I have been exploring and found a super exciting store, Makers Mercantile.
They carry everything for crafty doings. Knitting and crochet supplies and a huge selection of Addi Turbo knitting needles, simply the best. And their decorative button selection is gorgeous. They also carry weaving supplies and did I mention they carry a beautiful selection of yarn and fabric? I bought some yardage of Liberty of London Tana Lawn cottons , can't wait to sew that into a project!
I know there's more treasure in that store, I can't remember it all now.

Progress is happening on my ABC Violet Embroidery cross stitch project. I ordered it from the The 
French Needle, a couple of years ago. It's a slow stitch project.

That's the news this Wednesday. 
I'll be by to visit and see what you're up to in your creative world.
Share a smile!