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September 20, 2010



Oooh I've been wanting to try these. Are they difficult to make?

Hope all is well :)

K x


Such pretty fabric, they're lovely!

greedy nan

What! No other information about the workshop? I'd love to hear.


I love these puffs. How wonderful to finally have a name for them since I've been admiring them lately on cushions but never knew what they were called. I would totally heart an oversize cushion with these all over.


Belated congratulations to the birth of Nora Pearl!! She is sooo beautiful and I love her name!
I found your blog a couple of weeks ago and am glad I did.
Have a look at these Suffolk puff necklaces here, they were just featured on etsy's frontpage:
I love yours, they would look so pretty on a pillow.


P.S.: I found through various other websites and was intrigued by your fabric flowers you made at Julie Arkell's workshop. Do you sell them?? I would sooo much love to wear one as a brooch/pin! I would love if you could let me know.


I am with Charlie - can't quite get my tongue around "suffolk puff" either! I do quite like "puffer pots" though...a LOT!

They look great, Sam. Are you finding a little more time each day? How is Nora sleeping?
hope you are well and happy...and relaxed!

Love to ALL of you! xo


These are beautiful suffolk puffs - what a lovely bag they would make - the colours are sooooo you - they make me smile.
much love


We call these 'yo-yo's' in Canada. I remember a quilt from my childhood that my grandmother had made with these.

I love how simple it is to stitch these up~

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