Wednesday, March 17, 2010

I haven't forgot you boys !

The nature of the beast with vintage chenille, is that there are way more girl colours than boy colours. Not my fault, cant help it, just the way it is..
So whenever I can, I try to get boy colours.
I have this one coming to my mailbox soon and will take orders as this will go quickly!








Yes it is Navy with yellow pops and is going to be sensational made into boys pants, size 1 - 5.

In the mean time I have been using chocolate brown for this Saturdays Handmade Expo Market.



All pants are $25 and if you are needing postage add $4. A selection is always available in Handmade Heaven as well.

Hope you can make it to the market on this Saturday, enjoy a ride on the Qld Rail Pioneer Steam Train, Half hour rides will leave from the market throughout the day, just check times and get you tickets at the entrance to The Handmade Expo.

There is a huge range of "to die for " handmade goods, sewing, food, plants, cards, accessories, woodwork, jewellery and so much more.

6 comments:

Micky - Handmade Expo said...

I love the photo of the shorts on the trike - very very creative... I am also loving that blue with yellow "pops"... I think its time for another re-stock for your grandbabies..

Micky
xxoo

The Handmade Expo and Handmade Heaven said...

I am loving 2 things...The navy and yellow bedspread and I am loving even more the display on the bike..NICE ONE

Cute as Buttons said...

Ooooh I like the chocolate ones and I also like the trike! Lisa

Jodie said...

Oh can not wait to see what you come up with the blue and yellow pops!

Chasing Purple Dreams said...

Yay for boy colours. The Little Guy looked sensational in his new green Bubba Chenille’s today. I know we only picked them up yesterday, but I just couldn’t wait for him to wear them and the lime green was perfect for Saint Patrick’s Day.
Thanks for sharing the purple buttons, so many possibilities!
I agree the trike pics are fab.

Mee a Bee said...

That's cool!! even as a bedspread! hope the market went well!