Friday, 28 October 2011

Flossies Garden Autumn Sale.

Untitled, originally uploaded by indiaeden.

Clearing out my Etsy store ready for new stock, and all pinafores are now reduced to clear. Some, like this one are half price with free shipping in the UK, so grab a bargain while they are there!

Sunday, 9 October 2011

Polka Party Pleaty Pinnies (in pink and blue)

Trying to squeeze in some sewing time and slowly slowly stocking the shop. These are my new Pleaty Pinnies, perfect for the upcoming holiday season.

Saturday, 10 September 2011


my free swatch

My sweet doves print is now available to buy from Spoonflower. I had this test swatch printed on cotton silk which is so very lovely, lightweight and silky, would be perfect for floaty pyjamas or a dressing gown methinks.

Sweet Dove

Monday, 22 August 2011

Re stocking the shop

Oh boy! Working around five children at home for the summer, plus a very busy baby is hard, but I'm re stocking the shop slowly this week. Why not take a look? (linky over there in the side bar.)

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Monday, 6 June 2011

Etsy Store

It's taken me a while, but I've finally started adding stock to my new Etsy store. Some pinafores to begin with...""

There is more to come, bloomers, dungarees, trousers, for boys and for girls. I even have some pretties for Mummy in the pipeline.

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Party Time

The Flossie's Garden bunting has been very useful around here for birthday decorations.

For lunch in the garden.

Dinner inside.

And the cheater quilt makes a pretty table runner too.

Tuesday, 29 March 2011


Had a quick play on Zazzle earlier, and came up with these.

flossies garden daisy shoe

Flossies Garden Daisy Heart Shoe

Now, if they made them in smaller sizes, and they didn't cost quite so much, I'd be so tempted to buy a pair just for photo shoots.

Monday, 28 March 2011

Bye Baby Bunting

Lots of bunting, just a bit of fun with some scraps. I thought they'd look pretty in the garden in the summer.

flossies bunting

daisy bunting

mini bumting

Saturday, 26 February 2011

And A Winner!

Melissa, it's you! I used to choose a winner, and it's you. Email me with your address and I'll get the outfit in the post this week.

Thanks to everyone who took part, I loved knowing your fave flowers. Mine are probably Hydrangeas, but I have a soft spot for roses too.


Saturday, 19 February 2011

How About A Give Away?

Up for grabs is this complete pinafore made from the cut and sew fabric available to buy from Spoonflower, and these little co ordinating bootees made from the patterned scraps of the same fabric.
Both are sized to fit an average sized 6-12 month old.

Completed Dress from cut and sew fabric

Just leave me a comment telling what your favourite flower is,and I'll draw a winner a week today, 26th February.
I'm happy to post world wide, so everyone can take part.


Saturday, 12 February 2011

Flossie's Pinafore Cut And Sew


Now available to buy.

Completed Dress from cut and sew fabric

I'm pleased to say it sews up really nicely. I had it printed on the quilting weight cotton which makes for a lovely summer dress.

Only currently available in size 6-12mths, but I'm working on the next size up.

There is enough extra fabric in the yard to make bootees, a sunhat or any other little accessories you might fancy. I've cut out some bootees and some bunting, just need a little time to finish sewing those up.
I'll post piccies here when they are complete.

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Fabric Now For Sale

I've added little picture linkies over there on the right to Flossies Garden fabrics now available to buy direct from Spoonflower.
There is more to come, I'm still working my way through some colour and scale edits.
Still working on the cut and sew pinafore too.
Here it is so far, I'm thinking of adding some cut and sew bootees to the design as suggested by Mary, I'll update on that once I've figured it out.


Saturday, 8 January 2011

Flossies Pinafore Cut And Sew


Today's endeavors, not at all what I was meant to be doing, but fun anyway.Not sure this is the final draft, just wondering if I should add some pattern to the background, there's a lot of plain fabric there, and if you are going to have leftovers, they may as well be pretty....

Also updated my border print, making it double edged, that seems more economical for childrens clothing, and would also work nicely as a table cloth/runner.

Windfall Border