Introducing a new one-of-a-kind bunny rabbit mini pillow. Continue reading “A New Mini Pillow Designed by Sew June Jones”
I love our new Worry Birds, they are so sweet and adorable!
At only 2 inches tall these little Worry Birds have been especially created for you to discreetly hold in your hand to help soothe away feelings of anxiety. They are small enough to pop in your pocket or carry in your bag/purse and can be taken wherever you go. Continue reading “How to Use a Worry Bird to Help Soothe Feelings of Anxiety”
I’m so excited to be introducing our new Worry Birds. I have had this idea for quite a while and am pleased to say that I’ve finally put my plan into action and they are almost ready for release. Continue reading “Introducing our New Worry Birds”
I love dachshunds, they’re so cute so had to make a pillow or two!
I have designed one before using only a silhouette …
… but this time I decided to add a cute little coat and features. I’m quite happy with the result. See more details HERE.
I also decided to offer this design as a PDF sewing pattern so that you too can make your own cute dachshund pillow. It is so much fun and easy to sew.
You can find the pattern in my Etsy shop HERE.
Here we are in the last week of July already and as it’s still ‘Christmas in July’ I thought I would offer you a special treat!
If you’re like me and would like to get ahead for the festive season (I know it’s still early!) I’m offering you a special 50% discount on all individual Christmas patterns in my Etsy shop.
I made these cute little felt gift bags a while ago and they are so quick and easy to create using only one piece of felt and a little handsewing.
They look gorgeous decorated with buttons, sequins or beads with a pretty ribbon tied around the top.
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have. ” ~ Maya Angelou ~
Hello there! It’s been a while but I’m excited to be back and raring to go. I’ve been so busy with other things that Sew June Jones has taken a back seat lately.
This week I’ve picked up my needle and thread again and allowed myself to get lost under a mountain of felt!