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How to sew a handmade wardrobe inspired by Mia’s iconic garments in La La Land

We’re thrilled that Rachel and Kate from The Fold Line, a brilliant online sewing community, will be contributing a series to The Daily Stitch about how to create a handmade wardrobe inspired by trends in pop culture and fashion! As The Fold Line’s co-founders, they have a practically encyclopaedic knowledge of the sewing pattern world and are the perfect experts to help us create the looks we love with handmade style!

In this first post, we’ll find out which sewing patterns pair with Mia’s iconic garments in the new movie, La La Land! Take it away, Kate and Rachel!

How to sew a handmade wardrobe inspired by La La Land

As avid makers we can’t watch films stuffed full of fantastic outfits without thinking…‘hmmm could I make that?’ Last week we sent to see the highly anticipated La La Land and it didn’t disappoint, full of colour, music and dance it really was a visual delight. It was perfect for blowing alway the January blues…and two hours looking at Ryan Gosling is never a chore!

Having gone to bed dreaming of dresses we couldn’t help thinking that if we loved the outfits that you might like them too. Having had a proper look at all the patterns out there we have selected the closest patterns we could find to the styles used in the film and paired some of our favourite fabrics to bring them to life!

How to sew a handmade wardrobe inspired by La La Land

We fell hard for this little yellow number in the tap dancing scene and have found a pretty close match for this in the Sewaholic Cambie dress. To make it look more similar to the one in the film you would need to straighten off the neckline, which would be a simple alteration.

Sewaholic Cambie Dress

We suggest a drapey fabric so that you can swish about in this dress and the viscose from Rifle Paper Co. would be perfect. It would also look fantastic in a cotton and add a little more structure to the dress. If it’s some yellow you are after then this ditsy floral is perfect.

How to sew a handmade wardrobe inspired by La La Land

This dress is from the scene where she meets Ryan for the first time and we think it’s the perfect cocktail dress. The Midsummer Night’s Dream dress from Papercut Patterns is a close match and we thought you could add a press stud or button to the waistband if you wanted to remove the tie at the waist.

Midsummer Night's Dream Dress from paper cut Patterns

We suggest a lightweight cotton lawn or a drapey fabric like a viscose or crepe to make this dress. These cottons lawns from the Wonderland and Wanderlust collections are perfect for when the weather warms up and could be a great addition to your stash.

How to sew a handmade wardrobe inspired by La La Land

This dress was hands down our favourite in the film with a beautiful collar detail. We have found the Butterick B6055, which is a vintage pattern that has been modernised. There would need to be a few simple changes to the pattern, first of all removing the pockets and also the sleeves. Once you had done this you could cut into the centre front of the bodice to fully emulate the shape of the collar.

Butterick B6055

This is perfect for cottons and we found a coral solid that’s pretty close to the original. If you wanted to mix it up a little we love this large scale gingham check and it would still have a very vintage feel.

How to sew a handmade wardrobe inspired by La La Land

This shirt and skirt combo would make a great summer outfit. We have picked the Archer Shirt from Grainline Studio as there is a fantastic sew-along on their blog, if you need a bit of extra help. In terms of changes you could crop the shirt a little but tying it at the front will give it that vintage twist. The skirt is similar to Megan Nielsen’s Brumby Skirt. Don’t you just love the deep pockets on this pattern?

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Both of these patterns are perfect for cottons and we have found a fantastic spotty chambray for the shirt and a peach for the skirt. The skirt could also be made in a heavier weight fabric such as a denim or a linen.

How to sew a handmade wardrobe inspired by La La Land

We have found the rather lovely Deer and Doe Sureau pattern to make this dress. Although the pattern does come with sleeves, these could easily be removed. The gathering at the from of the dress is pretty similar and if you wanted to remove the buttons you could use press studs as an alternative trim.

Deer and Doe Sureau Dress

If you are looking for the emerald green fabric to make this dress then the Kona solid Clover is almost perfect. If you are thinking about a winter floral then we love this desert bloom. Both of these are cotton fabrics and would work well with the pattern.

Annie’s note: What do you think? Will you be sewing any La La Land-inspired garments? 

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#tvhhaul November giveaway winners!

We are winding down our #tvhhaul hashtag, so this is our second to last giveaway! As I mentioned in this post, we’ll be continuing our #tvhhaul giveaway every month in 2016 and randomly selecting three winners to receive 500 Stash Points each!

Last month we announced that we want to try to promote a hashtag that helps people discover our shop a bit better. So while you can still play in December by tagging your makes and purchases with #tvhhaul, we are encouraging you and sincerely hoping you’ll continue to share with the tag #thevillagehaberdashery now and forever after!

Finally, if you want to play in December, here is a reminder of the rules:

  • Share a picture or video of your purchase or project on Instagram and use the tag #tvhhaul.
  • To be considered in the drawing for December, pictures must be posted in during November and tagged in the actual caption – we won’t accept posts from before 1 December that have been edited to include the hashtag and we won’t accept posts with the tag added in a comment.
  • You can enter as many pictures or videos as you like!

And now, here is the November randomiser! Since our announcement this pool is a little lighter, so some diehard committed #tvhhaul-ers are definitely getting a better chance to win. Get in there in December if you want that to be you!

#tvhhaul November randomiser

And here are this month’s winners!

#9 @createdbykuba Does this tree look to crazy for you partner? Light or dark brown for the trunk? And do I go with this chambray blue sprinkle for the background or do I go get some of the peacock version?  #treeteamglobal  #quietplaypatterns#christmastreequiltswap  #miniquiltswap  #christmas#christmastree  #quilting  #sewing  #quilt  #karenlewistextiles#cottonandsteel  #konacotton  #tvhhaul  #thevillagehaberdashery (editor’s note: you really should go check out the entire progress of this project on Rachael’s feed. It is awesome!)

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#11 @texheks Is it okay if I let this panda be a star in a  #eustarswap item for you partner?  #pandainstar  #embracethewonkiness  #tvhhaul

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#17 @mangosteenha It grows … (60/120) #purlsoho  #tinytilequilt  #tvhhaul  #thevillagehaberdashery

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Thank you to everyone who participated this month!

 

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Christmas 2016 window display at our West Hampstead shop!

This window! It is so full of amazing, gorgeous things and I love it so much and am so proud! I hope you’ll come by our West Hampstead shop and see everything in person.

Christmas 2016 Shop Window

First, the garments! These were sewn by Kym.

On our lady we have a stunning party dress made by mashing up two Sew Over It dress patterns! The bodice is from the Betty Dress and the skirt is from the Rosie Dress.

Christmas Betty Dress

The fabric is the Brambleberry in Burgundy Metallic print from Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge by Violet Craft and has gold ink that shimmers when the light hits it.

Christmas Betty Dress

Christmas Betty Dress

We’ve put two tulle underskirts under there to give it that lovely full silhouette. It’s such a stunner!

Christmas Betty Dress

Our little man is wearing a simplified Oliver + S Art Museum Vest in Ho Ho Ho in Red from Winter Essentials IV. Kym used it for the front and the back so it’s just so fun and charming (so stealing this for Harvey!) The shorts are Oliver + S Sketchbook Shorts in Robert Kaufman‘s Manchester in Charcoal.

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He’s also wearing a bow tie in Shimmer Reflection in Green from Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge made using this tutorial and our go-to white button down Oliver + S Sketchbook Shirt.

Christmas Bow Tie

Our little girl is wearing a Made by Rae Geranium Dress (we can’t get enough of this pattern) in Timber Valley in Evergreen Metallic from Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge and it’s the cutest, loveliest Christmas dress ever!

Christmas Geranium Dress

Christmas Geranium Dress

Christmas Geranium Dress

Caroline made the quilt using a Christmas tree block she created and it looks so good! We’ll be sharing a tutorial on this quilt next week.

Caroline's Christmas Tree Quilt

We put a bundle of the fabrics she used for the trees together you can find it here. It’s lots of Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge and a few other gorgeous fabrics with metallic gold or red and green designs.

Caroline's Christmas Tree Quilt

It’s hard to see in pictures, but the background fabric is Large Snowflake Pigment on White from Winter Essentials IV by Studio E.

Caroline's Christmas Tree Quilt

A few of the fabrics Caroline used were directional, and when you cut the trees for these blocks you end up with upside-down triangles that are perfect for bunting. If you make both projects, this is a no-waste fabric situation!

Christmas Bunting

Christmas Bunting

She backed the bunting with Tangly Lights in Santa from All the Trimmings by Riley Blake and used white bias binding to string them together.

Christmas Bunting

Kym made the toddler-sized tree based on the free Stanley Tree pattern from Sewaholic. With the larger version of the pattern as a starting point, we re-drew the tree to make it as tall as possible while still fitting on half the width of standard fabric. The fabric we chose for the tree is Corny Cane in Green from Holiday by Michael Miller and it’s so perfect for this project!

Sewaholic Stanley Tree

Kym also made the smaller version of the pattern for our table with scraps from the big tree. We topped both with a simple red ribbon bow.

Sewaholic Stanley Tree

Kym shared her top five tips for sewing a Stanley Tree if you’d like to make your own!

Sewaholic Stanley Tree

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Five tips for sewing a Stanley Christmas Tree

Kym made an absolutely massive stuffed Christmas tree for our new shop window using the free Sewaholic Stanley Tree pattern. The version in our window, pictured below, is an adaptation of the larger size from the pattern, stretched to be as tall as possible while still fitting the pattern pieces on half the width of standard quilting cotton, without losing the shape of a tree. It’s toddler sized and used about 3.5 kg of toy filling. Woah! She also made a bite sized version using the smaller size of the pattern which is adorable too. The fabric used on this tree is Corny Cane in Green from Holiday by Michael Miller.

In the process, she learned a few tricks along the way that we wanted to share with you!

Five tips for sewing a Stanley Christmas Tree!

1. Use a small stitch length for the tight corners.

Five tips for sewing a Stanley Christmas Tree!

2. Double stitch around each tree to help avoid any stitches snapping when filling.

Five tips for sewing a Stanley Christmas Tree!

3. Press the seam allowances in on the gaps at the bottom before filling to make sewing them up easier.

Five tips for sewing a Stanley Christmas Tree!

4. Fill each section a bit at a time.

Five tips for sewing a Stanley Christmas Tree!

5. You will always need more toy filling than you think you do!

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#tvhhaul September giveaway winners!

It’s (way past) time to announce our September #tvhhaul giveaway winners! As I mentioned in this post, we’ll be continuing our #tvhhaul giveaway every month in 2016 and randomly selecting three winners to receive 500 Stash Points each!

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If you want to play in October, here is a reminder of the rules:

  • Share a picture or video of your purchase or project on Instagram and use the tag #tvhhaul.
  • To be considered in the drawing for October, pictures must be posted in during October and tagged in the actual caption – we won’t accept posts from before 1 October that have been edited to include the hashtag and we won’t accept posts with the tag added in a comment.
  • You can enter as many pictures or videos as you like!

And now, here is the September randomiser!

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And here are this month’s winners!

#10 @laura_zuckerkuss I plan on joining my remaining #hexietiles (free paper piecing pattern by Julie @juliehirt ) like so.

But then I’m not sure… Should I make another bag? Or a cushion today? Hmmmm Any suggestions ladies from the #hexietilesSAL (organised by Kjerste @rosebudandpenny)? #htWIPit @hawthornethreads

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#37 @handmadeinse New cushions in progress #konasolids #tvhhaul

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#11 @alw1979 What happens when I get a slight obsession with making pinafores and tunics for baby girl! Perfect for warm days now or with long sleeves underneath for Autumn. #pinaforedress #sewingformygirl #bestdressedbaby #tvhhaul #isew #handmadewardrobe

alw1979 tvhhaul september winner

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Inside the lookbook for Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Euclid is the special new six-piece collection by Carolyn Friedlander overprinted on to Robert Kaufman Essex – a dreamy linen/cotton-blend that is perfect for any task at hand–from garments, to bags and accessories, to quilts. Some of these fabrics are already going fast, and we’ve got them reordered so you can team with the next full collection from Carolyn coming later this year – Friedlander.

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

In creating Euclid, Carolyn considered how each design and colour could satisfy projects in a wide range of genres and pair well with other fabrics. The result is a hardworking collection or prints with colour pairings that are both beautiful on their own or in supporting roles.

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Carolyn produced a lookbook for Euclid that is filled with so much inspiration and gorgeous photography! We thought we’d dive in and share some of our favourite projects from the lookbook with you. We’ve included links to patterns and blog posts on Carolyn’s blog for more information.

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Carolyn’s quilts are unmistakable and incredibly beautiful, usually with lots of lovely handwork involved.

Hesperides Quilt (pattern: Carolyn)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Euclid Hesperides Quilt by Carolyn Friedlander

Totem Quilt (pattern: Carolyn)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

The Essex cotton/linen substrate is ideal for totes, pouches and other accessories that require fabric that is a bit more substantial.

Poolside Tote (pattern: Noodlehead)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Wrap Pocket Totes (pattern: Purl Soho)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Seabrook Totes (pattern: Seamwork Magazine)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Open Wide Pouches (pattern: Noodlehead)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Carolyn also made some really lovely garments with Euclid! My personal faves are the Moss Skirt and Quilted Vest.

Roberts Collection Dungaree Dress (pattern: Marilla Walker)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Archer Popover (pattern: Grainline)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Tamarack Jacket (pattern: Grainline)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

The Landgate (pattern: Merchant & Mills)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Quilted vest (pattern: Purl Soho)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Scalloped-Hem Shorts (pattern: Pattern Runway)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Moss Skirt (pattern Grainline)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Plus, Carolyn made some lovely little extra things…the napkins have my heart!

Crew Pincushion Set (pattern: Carolyn)

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Euclid napkins

Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

You can find so much more Euclid inspiration in the Euclid lookbook and on Carolyn’s blog. And you can buy Euclid in the shop here. We can’t wait to see what you make with it!

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New shop window featuring Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co for Cotton and Steel

It’s time to show you our new West Hampstead shop window and I’m so excited! The samples (and the fabrics) in this window are some of my all time favourites. I knew we’d do a window all around Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co when the collection arrived from Cotton and Steel. We love it and you love it so we wanted to have some fun with it! Read on to find out all about these projects.

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co shop window at The Village Haberdashery in London

Now on to the dresses! We went with all girls for this window. Lots of lovely florals and pretty gathers all around. Kym made all of these garments for the window and she did a great job.

I’m really sorry to say that a lot of these fabrics are totally sold out, but I think there is still loads of inspiration to be found here! When we planned this window we picked fabrics that we still had loads of…but they went fast.

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Deer and Doe Sureau Dress

Our lady is wearing a sleeveless Deer and Doe Sureau Dress in Birch in Periwinkle and I am bonkers crazy about it. This is one of my favourite dress patterns and this is one of my favourite fabrics from the collection. You love it too…we’ve gone through three bolts and it’s back on pre-order for October delivery. I can’t wait for this dress to be MINE!

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Deer and Doe Sureau Dress

Did you know that you can now purchase Deer and Doe patterns online in our shop? It’s so exciting!

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Deer and Doe Sureau Dress

Our littlest is wearing the Oliver + S Butterfly Blouse and Skirt. The blouse is sewn up in Carousel in Pink and the skirt is in Netorious in Anna Peach, one of the new Cotton and Steel Basics designed to coordinate with Les Fleurs.

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Butterfly Blouse and Skirt

The top has a sweet ruffle hem and flutter sleeves. We couldn’t resist adding a spotty button on the back.

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Butterfly Blouse and Skirt

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Butterfly Blouse and Skirt

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Butterfly Blouse and Skirt

This skirt is a smart twist on a simple elastic-waist gathered skirt with pleats in the front and a gathered back. Kym’s currently working on a adult-size version for herself!

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Butterfly Blouse and Skirt

Our older girl is wearing the Oliver + S Garden Party Dress in Rosa in Navy (sadly sold out but it also comes in lovely Periwinkle and Peach!) with accents in Sprinkle in Anna Blue, the other new Cotton and Steel Basic designed to coordinate with Les Fleurs.

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Garden Party Dress

There is something just so darling and old-fashioned about this little dress.

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Garden Party Dress

Those little sleeves and button-back details are adorable!

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Garden Party Dress

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Oliver + S Garden Party Dress

Caroline made that colourful half-square triangle quilt! To make this playmat size, she used a fat eighth of every quilting cotton in the collection (there were 13) plus the new Basics and a mix of the coordinating Kona Cotton Solids.

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Half Square Triangle Quilt

This packs a lot of colour and pattern, but I think it is so fun. We all have favourite squares.

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Half Square Triangle Quilt

And of course, Caroline’s signature paw print is on the back!

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co Half Square Triangle Quilt

Finally, that garland! We have had paper flower making supplies in the shop for a couple of months and they are so fun to make. On Friday we took a little craft break in the shop and whipped up a few to use in a paper flower garland for this display. Seemed appropriate for a Les Fleurs window, right?

Paper Flower Making Supplies

Caroline took more supplies home and went wild playing with different styles. She used chopsticks for the stems on these! Don’t they look amazing?

Paper Flower Making Supplies

This peony style flower is my favourite. She didn’t use a template for this one – she just made it up! Once you figure out how the paper, glue, wire and tape work together, you can totally go freestyle and it pretty much always comes out gorgeous.

Paper Flower Making Supplies

So…any favourites from this window? Or do you love it all?

Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co dresses

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Sewing inspiration for Checkers woven ginghams by Cotton and Steel

Gingham is totally having a moment, as you surely know, and we are loving it! Our latest collection of gingham fabrics to arrive is the super fun Checkers collection by Cotton and Steel. These are 48″ / 122cm wide wovens in awesome colours and a range of sizes. We’re just loving how you guys are using them not just for garments, but throwing them in the mix for quilts and stitching them up into other cute projects.

In case you are still thinking gingham is just for school uniforms, here is a round up of some of the fabulous things that you guys are making with Checkers from Instagram-land! The best tag to browse for more ideas is #checkersfabric but there are some snaps over on #checkersfabrics that are not to be missed.

This Sylvie Dress designed and made by @christinehaynes in Checkers 1/2″ Gingham in Citron is just perfect, in my opinion! Such an absolutely dreamy summer dress!

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

@bijoulovely paired her own gorgeous Brush Strokes fabric with colourful Checkers Ginghams in a mix 1/2″ and 1″ sizes for this pretty quilt.

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

@besweatered made a pair of awesome pyjama trousers in Checkers 1/2″ Gingham in Berry.

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

How fun is a quilt backed in super huge gingham? This one by @sliceofpilife uses Checkers 2.5″ Gingham in Cobalt and it looks so good.

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

@missmake used all three sizes of black Checkers gingham to make her Flutter Blouse! The pattern is by @papercutpatterns.

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

This quilt is still a work in progress, but I love the way @foxfishe is using all the colours of the Checkers 1/2″ Ginghams and can’t wait to see it completed!

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

@alw1879 made the most adorable Oliver + S Ice Cream Dress using Checkers 1/2″ Gingham in Story Blue!

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

These Sleeping Bag Pouches in Checkers 1/2″ Ginghams by @stitchsupplyco look like candy! You can find a free pattern for this pouch by ayliN-Nilya on Craftsy.

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

Just a pop of  black Checkers gingham looks rad in @missmake‘s Propeller Quilt! The quilt pattern is by @suzyquilts.

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

@littleandlots made her fabulous Closet Case Patterns Carolyn Pyjamas with Checkers 1/2″ Gingham in Teal.

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

Love how @alexouq is working Checkers into her amazing La Passacaglia quilt!

Checkers by Cotton and Steel

What will you make with Checkers?

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A winner and some favourite snaps from #SewPhotoHop Day 5

As many of you know #SewPhotoHop 2016 is well underway! This event is a community challenge hosted by @houseofpinheiro that aims to connect and inspire people with an interest in sewing. As a sponsor, we’re responsible for choosing a winner from the Day 5 entries to win a £25 voucher to The Village Haberdashery!

The theme of Day 5 was Prints or Solids and there were well over 200 entries, probably a lot more, honestly, and…I was overwhelmed! I made sure to try to stay on top of the hashtag throughout the day (from morning in Australia to nighttime in the US!) so I could see them all and screen capture photos I liked to create a little short list.

I thought you’d like to see some of of my faves. These have a lovely aesthetic and/or just made me smile but, of course, it is by no means a complete list of the awesome Day 5 photos! Click on each photo to visit the source. Scroll way, way down to see who the winner is!

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This is hard, so I decided to do a randomiser on the images above, after posting them in alphabetical order by IG name.

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And the winner is @mrsmonkeyiscrafty! Congratulations and thanks for posting this fun sketch!

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#tvhhaul August winners!

It’s time to announce our August #tvhhaul giveaway winners! As I mentioned in this post, we’ll be continuing our #tvhhaul giveaway every month in 2016 and randomly selecting three winners to receive 500 Stash Points each!

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If you want to play in September, here is a reminder of the rules:

  • Share a picture or video of your purchase or project on Instagram and use the tag #tvhhaul.
  • To be considered in the drawing for September, pictures must be posted in during September and tagged in the actual caption – we won’t accept posts from before 1 September that have been edited to include the hashtag and we won’t accept posts with the tag added in a comment.
  • You can enter as many pictures or videos as you like!

And now, here is the August randomiser!

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And here are our winners!

#24 @kymsrubyslippers Had a lovely morning blogging about this latest project! http://www.madebykym.co.uk/2016/08/latest-project-box-cushion-and-pillows.html?m=1 #boxcushion #joiedevivrecanvas #joiedevivrefabric #tvhhaul #thevillagehaberdashery @vhaberdashery @artgalleryfabrics

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#56 @annamariegalvin Tummy time on a wrinkly quilt!! #elifitzwilliam #sommerfabrics #tvhhaul #sarahjanestudios #sarahjanefabrics #babyquilt #modernquilt

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#50 @flossieinstitches Mabel has gained another 8ozs this week, which means she has gained 1lb 3ozs since changing to the cow’s milk-free formula two weeks ago. Amazing! Celebrating by ogling this beautiful haul which arrived yesterday! Lovely fabric by @elizabetholwen from @vhaberdashery (it’s in the clearance sale!); Theseus Lace in ‘Oak’ from @edencottageyarns and some more Eden Cottage Yarn, Hayton 4ply in ‘Charcoal’ from @looplondonloves. As you can see I am totally deluded about how much time I have to be crafty but a girl can dream! #edencottageyarns #hayton4ply #theseuslace #tvhhaul #looplondon #littlewallerwardrobe2016 #themakersyear

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Thank you to everyone who entered this month!

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