Handmade fabric pears



Happy Saturday! I made some fresh fabric pears to decorate the table. I want to make a basket of juicy fabric apples too. Maybe next month if I have the energy to spare.

Pattern and instructions are available here:
Miss UK Lass also has a gorgeous fabric doll house tutorial. I want to try that project too. Okay, I have to check if I still have space in my kilometric craft t0-do list!

It's a really nice, warm afternoon and I can really feel the September-ness of it all. The "ber" months are really my favourite times of the year. So many fun holidays coming up!

Also, I would like to thank the very sweet and lovely Suzanne of Create Fun and Mess for giving me this cute award:



Thank you Suzanne! I love your blog too!

Comments

  1. What beautiful pears! Love your fabric choice.

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  2. Your fabric pears are so nice. They would look so good sitting in a bowl on the table.

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  3. Love the pairs...! They are so supper cute!

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  4. They look so yummy. You are clever!

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  5. The pears are so lovely! I get so inspired...want to start sewing immediatrly. Acutually I started out yesterday by clearing up my sewing things and fabric. Hope you'll have a new great week...

    Karin xx

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  6. These pairs are so cool. I love how you made the felt stem and leaf.

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  7. Love your blog and the pears, ooo i think i'll add you to favourites

    abigail

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  8. Great idea! Just wonderful!
    Greetings
    Mara Zeitspieler

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  9. A beautiful pair of pears!
    ..how sweet will your fruit bowl be with appples too :D Well done on your award too Gx

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  10. Beautiful work!! Love your fabric choice for these pears. Where are you displaying them? Happy Monday to you!

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  11. Another lovely pear (pair)! I really love the green fabric you have used. Your work is so original Christy. I love it. x

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  12. What great fabric choices. I love them.

    I'm glad to see that I was making some sense in that tutorial, then...

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