Friday Night Giveaway.

Hi y’all,

This week has gone so quickly. It was jam-packed full of mundane chores, but I’ve done some great preliminary sketches for the mermaid quilt and this weekend I’ll audition some background fabric. The flaming mangoes pattern is written and will be available soon. I’ll let you know asap.

A bright note in an otherwise dull week was a delivery from my favourite people at Therm-o-Web. They have kindly sent me some of their new HeatnBond Soft Stretch products. You’re going to love this stuff guys, it’s fusible webbing especially made for stretchy fabrics – which means you can put your favourite Red Boots templates on t-shirts!

Even better I have some Soft Stretch to giveaway.

Just leave a comment here or on the Red Boots Facebook page telling me what you would applique on a t-shirt to win a sample pack (in A4 sheet form) of the Soft Stretch Lite and Soft Stretch Ultra.

I have (10) packs to giveaway and I’ll randomly choose the winners mid-next week.

I haven’t had a chance to play with the Soft Stretch yet, but I think I’ll reduce the size of the bunny in the free bunny pattern and put it on a tee for Easter.

Have a lovely weekend everyone, toni xx


National Craft Month


Hi guys, it’s National Craft Month and I’m celebrating with Therm O Web, the makers of my favourite fusible webbing HeatnBond Lite.

We’re now halfway through the month and still going strong. Therm-o-Web is giving away lots of lovely prizes, so pop on over to their Instagram page to learn more! All you have to do is post a photo that fits the daily challenge and hashtag it #thermoweb #nationalcraftmonth

Today’s prompt was ’round’.



Cottontail Bunnies


Hi folks, you can now download the Cottontail Bunnies template and mini-pattern from the “Free Stuff” section on the website. This quarter’s freebie is brought to you by the lovely people at Therm-o-Web, the makers of my favourite fusible webbing HeatnBond Lite.

You can use this mini-pattern to make all sorts of things – an Easter wall-hanging, a mug rug or two, or even a quilt. Reduce the size of the bunny and pop it on a mini-human’s t-shirt. The possibilities are endless. I would love to see what you make with it. toni xx

Ps. I’ve included a daisy template to use on the border of the quilt.