Wednesday, 30 September 2009

BOOKS

Apart from few goodies, cookies and other accessories that my children bought for me and hubby for the Eid, they remembered my passions of sewing and crafting... here are two beautiful patchwork book by ONDORI and Origami by Tomoko Fuse to add to my collections.

Thanks kiddos.... Abah and Mama always love you all!

Before
I could finished browsing, they jumped to me and requested that I make patchwork bear one each for them ..... oh oh .... guess they must have discussed this way back in BK3.










Lots of beautiful things to sew......and plenty of papers to fold!

6 comments:

Aneesah said...

Oh, I have that Playful Patchwork book. :D Memang best, although I've never been a very good/neat sewer so buat projek pun main2 je. I think I did these http://www.flickr.com/photos/aneesah/107639694/in/set-516857/ based on the bear pattern, although I omitted the patchwork part. ^^;

I think I also recall a bunny patchwork tote (no pictures of mine though), but I must've done a poor job because my dad thought the picture was of a train! =P

DiahRothman said...

Aneesah, thanks for the comments .... know what, I have search high and low and read your blog (AneesahHideaway) and brows through your Flickr-200 items. Crazy girl..you are!!! How do you managed as a student and crafting, girl, really salute you!
Anyway I understand you much clearer coz we are on the same line - Architecture - but I was not on the lucky side...LOL! Quit long ago, now in seven heaven!!!!

naiz said...

uikss koleksi buku bertambah nie....

DiahRothman said...

Naiz, anak-anak beli tanda ingatan pada kita...

Aneesah said...

Hahaha, takder ah, most of the stuff in Flickr are quite old, macam zaman lepas SPM dulu. I had loads of free time then pastu rajin plak nak try hobi2 baru ni kan.

Now I'm a struggling architecture student wishing for more free time and less panic-inducing tutorials. ><

Wish me luck though, I have years to go! ^^

I love all your patchwork stuff... those macam... omg require truckloads of patience. I tak tahan sticking to the same thing for that long. =P Really neat work! *thumbsup*

DiahRothman said...

Thanks Aneesah, and I envy yours too. Wish all the best in your undertaking and hope to hear from you again. Take care dear!