I'm very excited to have 6 of my bags and clutches in Nook, the lovely store full of handmade products in West End. It is owned by Michelle, from Pedrosprout and I'm really proud to have my bags in there amongst all the unique and quality products. It was an absolute pleasure sewing for Nook and I look forward to more in the future. Here are a few of the bags:
I was also recently contacted by Sacha Drake regarding stocking some of my clutches in her new boutique in Paddington. So, after a busy week of sewing off I went this morning to deliver the first installment of clutches right in time for her first day of trade. This was my favourite:
Between these two orders I must admit it's been a rather hectic fortnight. Sewing until midnight and starting again first thing takes its toll so I am not allowing myself to do any sewing at all this weekend. If anything I might need to attend to the chaos that is my sewing room! Resisting the urge to sew might be tough given I just picked up a small bundle of Japanese fabric from the Post Office (Sally, one of these is yours!).
Before I go I wanted to post this photo of a custom order I did for an old friend. We lost touch for years however are now in regular contact and little clutch is on its way to America as a gift for her sister. It's little things like this that make all the long hours of sewing really worthwhile!! On this note, I'm very appreciative of all the support and encouragement I have received from friends and feel very fortunate indeed.
I recently won a giveaway from RE-read which consisted of a bunch of cheeky and quirky gift tags made from old children's book. I can't wait to see how they are received! Here are my favourites:
That's all for now. I hope all my BrisStyle friends are enjoying their market preparations and I hope everyone has a relaxing weekend!
My name is Megan and I make clutches and bags using premium fabrics from North America, Japan and Australia. I am inspired by beautiful fabric and love to use it to create accessories that put a little smile on your face whenever you take them out.