Its felt like a busy week although when i look back i'm not quite sure what i've done... ever have weeks like that?
Happily though i did find a gap in my hectic schedule of busy non-achievement to add to my range of coastal decor items... As always, i look forward to reading your comments :)
As with the lavender fish i showed you last week, this doorstop features two of the fabrics from my On The Open Ocean collection (which are now available from my Spoonflower shop).
I could have used just one but i quite like the mix and match patchwork effect... what do you think?
Its 20cms in height (excluding the handle) and features a velcro sealed opening at the top for easy filling with dried grain or beans - about 1.3kg should do it.
I've toyed with other designs but i like the simplicity and user friendliness of this one. No mess or complicated filling instructions and when it needs a wash the filling can easiliy be decanted into another container.
I should have it listed on my website, Etsy shop and other outlets by tomorrow, priced £12. I'm going to get some more made up with other fabrics too so it will be interesting to hear if you think the design needs tweeking first...?
In Other News... A Curious Kitty
Before i sign off for this week i just have to show you this adorable kitten - spotted in a farmyard whilst out walking this week.
The dog's eyes were popping out on stalks! :)
Of course since then i've been subtly (ok, perhaps not so subtly) suggesting to the other half that its time for us to get little kitten :) no luck so far though...
What kind of a week have you had? I look forward to popping over to Handmade Harbour to find out... Thanks for stopping by! x