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May 1st: Welcome to ‘Everyday May’!

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Hello friends!

Welcome to the first post in my Everyday May blog series!

The goal: to write and publish a new post every single day during the month of May!

It’s gonna be a real challenge, but I’m totally up for it!

I have lots of great things planned to write about and share with you over the next 31 days! Topics include lots of sewing room related chat, insider floristry know-how (a flower-crown tutorial is well over due me thinks!), someΒ fun and oh-so delicious baking recipes as well asΒ general day-to-day life living and shizz.

(And…there may also be a cheeky little giveaway closer to the end of month! πŸ™‚ Shh!!)

ButΒ I still have a few days here and there where IΒ don’t have anything dedicated to it! (Ahh!!) So if there is anything you would like me to write about, whether it be about sewing/quilting, floristry, life and family, other hobbies, baking – anything! – comment below with your suggestions and I’ll do my best to pencil themΒ in!

So cheers to the first day of May and for a fun blogging month ahead!

Yay!

Happy Sunday, Friends! I’ll see ya tomorrow!

xx

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8 thoughts on “May 1st: Welcome to ‘Everyday May’!

  1. Its a big endevour to undertake but Im sure you will manage it πŸ™‚ Id love to see a tutorial or how too using EQ7 to create a paper pieced pattern from a picture, big ask I know but a gal can only ask πŸ™‚

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    1. Oh no! I don’t have EQ7! All my patterns are usually hand drawn and then made in Microsoft Word. πŸ™‚ I would love to use that software one day though – I’ll have to save up my pennies and buy it as soon as I can!

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  2. Wow a wonderful idea, I love it, maybe we could do a mini quilt Monday in May,tidy up tips for Tuesday’s in May, mid week spruce up with flowers (what can we do with a little store bought bouquet of flowers to cheer up a space, what to cook for dinner that gives us more sewing time, it’s Finally Friday I need a quick little project that I can sew up in a few hours (loved your pillow tutorial) how about a live chat or a simply Sunday sew along!

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  3. Hello! My name is Karin and I write from Trieste a small town on the border between Italy and Slovenia. I love patchwork and turning on web I discovered your blog and your tutorials on you tube! What can I say? I adore you!!!!
    You’re nice and you have a beautiful way of working and!
    I seem to know you always. I love everything you publish! I’d like to drink some tea with you, eating pastries and talk about quilt… but we build away! Great news “Every day May”!!! I’ll be like feel closer!!! Have fun!

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