Tuesday, 17 November 2015
Sunday, 15 November 2015
From the final frontier...
to just breathing...
source: Action for Happiness
Maybe in the open...
Or the places in between...
source: & Stitches
The theme this month is: SPACE
We hope this inspires you to get crafting!
The link will open 14th December and one person will be chosen by random to win a $25 gift certificate to the Fat Quarter Shop and a $10 gift certificate to spend at Eco Fabric Store or Fibers To Fabric.
If you are new to le challenge please read these guidelines.
Use the hashtag #lechallenge on social media to show us what you're working on.
Saturday, 14 November 2015
The days are shorter here in the UK and while we might feel like hibernating there is still crafting to be done!
So here's what we did this month:
see Lucy's appliqué method at Charm About You
You can see how to make a wreath at Made in Home
Link up below for a random chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Fat Quarter Shop and $10 to spend at Eco Fabric Store or Fibers To Fabric.
Please remember to include the button or a link to Le Challenge in your blog post or Flickr description and use the hashtag #lechallenge if you are linking up from Instagram. If you are new to Le Challenge find more information here - please read the guidelines.
Check back tomorrow for the new theme announcement!
Friday, 13 November 2015
We are thrilled to welcome a new sponsor to Le Challenge!
"India is a country where being natural is not such a difficult thing. It is still the most basic lifestyle in our rural villages. People have better immunity, health and are in peace with themselves. India is a land where diversities really teach you if you are open to absorbing and learning. Extending natural living practices to fabrics being an integral part of our everyday lives was an idea I held very close to my heart - right from the days I graduated in Fashion Design. By God's grace, I met the right people who shared the same mission as I do and together the whole idea of natural plant extract dyeing and colors were formed. Eco Fabric Store is an honest attempt to fulfill that vision. All my fabrics are Eco Friendly and Earth friendly. The yarns are natural and are hundred percent biodegradable. We also offer a variety of fabrics made from Eco and Earth friendly fibers such as Organic Cotton, Bamboo, Hemp, Soyabean Protein, Banana and Ahimsa Silk".
- Vishruti, Eco Fabric Store owner
Eco Fabric Store has a really beautiful selection of Earth Friendly Fabrics, here's just a few examples:
Not only that but Vishruti runs another shop...
Fibers to Fabric stocks Indian Cotton, vintage fabrics, kits and notions:
So technically it's two sponsors but there will be one extra giveaway - the winner can chose which shop to spend a $10 gift certificate!
Please support our sponsors! We are so grateful to them for encouraging us all with our challenges :)
The new link opens tomorrow, if you missed the theme you can read about it here - it's a really encompassing theme so get creative and link up your finishes for a chance to win!