I’ve not been very good about posting my recent quilting and crafting adventures lately. The majority of what I’ve been working on in the last week has been for my Etsy shop though. It was starting to look pretty embarrassing over there.
My big projects have been my pillows:

Etsy Pillow #1

(I think I may have shown that one back in December. It was the first one that I made for my shop. It’s hard to know with all of those felties I made last month–it’s practically the only thing I remember doing!)
Then there’s:
Etsy Pillow #2

And of course there’s:
Etsy Pillow #3

The new sewing table is wonderful for assembling those, by the way! I’ve also been making everybody’s favorite crafty project: marble magnets. I discovered how cool using scrapbooking paper can be to make really good marble magnets.
Here’s the red and pink set:
Etsy Magnets #1

Then we have the green and blue set:
Etsy Magnets #2

And as always, the multi-colored set:
Etsy Magnets #3

So that’s a lot (not all though) of what I’ve been working on lately. I hope to put more up in my store by the week’s end, as well as work on some of my own projects too. It’s nice to have somethings that I work on just for myself, too.

7 Thoughts on “Etsy Update

  1. Love love love the pillows. I just accidentally made one today (log cabin thingy scrap accident turned small thing, turned wall hanging, turned basis for quilt, turned gigantic floor pillow).

  2. I can’t say that I have ever seen the marble magnets myself. they are cool and I’m totally into log cabins right now..And those pillows look great!

  3. homuncula on January 12, 2006 at 12:57 pm said:

    Love your pillows! They inspired me… I am still in the planning stages of doing a full-scale quilt in a very similar modern log cabin kinda way…. seeing your awesome pillows has made me ready to get cutting! Thanks for the kick in the pants :)

  4. I think I’m in love with those magnets….
    I love the pillows too. I can’t seem to get out of my funk and pull out the sewing machine. My parent’s got new furniture, and now we need some costers. And still, can’t convince myself to start in on some…

  5. Susana Pinto on January 17, 2006 at 3:14 pm said:

    Hello!I would like to know if you can teatch me how you make your marbels,becouse i make bijoux and i would like to make pendentes like yours but bigger can you please teatch me our give me a place on net where i can see it makes?
    Kind regards

  6. What do you use to stick the paper to the glass magnets with? They look super cool :)

  7. Great idea, using the scrapbook paper for the magnets. Why don’t I think of these things?
    Thank you!
    They look wonderful.

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