I love sharing my frocks and the beauty of the home dressmaker's story, but the markets are a hard slog and I can't keep it up.
I have found a fab little shop at Sandgate called the Click Clack Lounge (all you Brisbane people should check it out) which is selling some stuff I've made. Sandgate has an awesome old village feel about it and the main shopping strip is only 100 metres from the water. In the strip of shops is Russels, a 50 year old fabric shop run by Michael and originally run by his Dad. The Click Clack lounge is further up the strip in The Laurels Arcade. It has an old shop feel about it being in the arcade and with the fab service.
Something I have made recently and documented too, is a little dress for my little Ginger. Ginger turned 4 recently and overnight changed from a boy/girl who had to wear shorts and everything had to be blue to a girly girl, wearing pink and playing Barbies. Pretty cute transformation.
We happened to be at Sandagte a day when she was wearing her new dress, so we popped into Russels to show Michael and he was so taken with her cuteness he gave her matching ribbons for her hair. Funny thing is, Ginger loves singing a song about someone giving her ribbons for her hair.
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Anyhow, I hope I don't leave it too long before I blog again for that will mean I have made myself something fabulous!!