tissue cozy

I made three dozen tissue cozies last week (yes, Susan, some of them are for you), and two dozen eyelet sachets after that. Well, those aren't quite done since I had to wait for a shipment of lavender. Which is here now—all 15.5 pounds of it! I'm also trying a couple of new fillings/scents—rose petals (which should go well with the floral fabrics) and balsam (kind of homey and Christmasy).

Yesterday I started on a wholesale order for a shop in California. They want six pillows but very small ones—just 12" square! I've gotten used to working larger so it's a challenge to think "small" again. But I'm liking that I'm able to use up smaller embroideries and fabric scraps—things that were too small to work with the larger sizes.

Of course, I'm still busy with graphic design but that should start to slow down soon. At least I hope so ;)


randi said...

You sound like a busy gal these days! The tissue holder is cute---nice and bright!

SallyB said...

What an amazing blog. Thank you so much for sharing with us all here in the UK too! I'm about to embark on a needlework project and your instructions are by FAR the best and easiest to follow. Many, many thanks.
Sally. x

Moira Anne Dickson said...

Love the pink fabric, it's great.

charlotte said...

just stopping off to tell you that I pulled a shirt from the bottom of the drawer where your beautiful sachet lives....it smells lovely- the sachet, the drawer, the shirt, now me! thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

We can't wait for more tissue cozies to arrive!

Niesz Vintage Home said...

Cute tissue cozies!
I have a cold this week, so I could have used one. LOL

Kimberly :)