Wednesday, March 17, 2010

petite purls spring issue

I'm happy to announce that the spring issue of Petite Purls is up. Petite Purls is an e-zine dedicated to knitting for the littles, with some lovely sewing mixed in. The patterns are gorgeous, the articles are wonderful, and the photography is stunning. Sounds pretty good doesn't it? Also included in each issue are interviews, book & product reviews, and a great selection of articles. Editors, Allegra and Brandy, have done a truly terrific job with this latest one... and did I mention, it's their GREEN issue! I happen to have little project in there, too. I know I can't stop talking about sachets... I did this to you about the same time last year, as well. It seems that lavender helps usher in the spring for me... So what else could my project be, but a sachet that uses up the smallest bits from your scrap basket! It's actually a little (and very adapted) version of my love-letter pillows that were so enjoyed last year. So go check it out, and then please explore the entire magazine... I was so excited to see what incredible women were along side me in this issue. I think you will be, too. It's a good one!

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12 comments:

  1. beautiful sachet. what kind of flowers are those on there? Very pretty. I love the stitching on the edge of the sachet.

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  2. I think your work has a lovely touch, so I have nominated you for a sunshine award. You can read about it on my blog, it is just a bit of fun, to show people that their work and blogs are appreciated.

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  3. I am so impressed with your simple but beautiful little sachets! I am going to make a few out of linen. Thanks!

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  4. Such a pretty little thing! I'll check out Petite Purls, too!

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  5. thanks! Dawn- they are dried hydrangeas from my garden last summer.They're one of my favorite flowers fresh or dried.

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  6. in fact I had already seen it before you posted about it, when Amanda blogged about it. But I didn't want to spill the beans eheh. The sachet has such a sweet & nostalgic feeling to it, it's absolutely delicious :) well done, you smart girl. xoxoxo hugs

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  7. Thanks for the tip. I am going to blog about something tomorrow that you inspired me to make.

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  8. The dried flowers are the perfect touch. I love your taste - you make things stunningly beautiful without making them fussy.

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  9. congratulations maya
    i love your sachets so very much

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  10. Hello from Belgium!
    Your link was mentioned in the Dutch interior-magazine ´Ariadne at Home´ (www.ariadneathome.nl) and so I´m here... :)
    You´re indeed a very creative lady, so many lovely things here.
    Best regards, Marjolijn

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  11. Pretty little sachets these are really nice and danty.

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  12. Ah Maya, You continue to amaze me. Which is why I have given you an award! Check it out at: http://birdseyeviewstudio.blogspot.com/2010/03/award.html
    Many thanks for all your inspiration!
    Suki

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