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What's New?!

Good morn! Considering February is usually one of my quieter months it's been surprisingly busy! No complaints here though!  Since the launch of the new site it's been lovely hearing all the positive feedback and seeing SewSew goodies popping up around the web. This morning I'm making up a round of Doorstops to get ready for a new photo shoot for Spring.  They have been such a favourite since since they first appeared, especially that sleepy Arnold! Of course as nice as it is to have those firm favourites you have to keep the new stuff coming in as well.  There have been a few additions to the SewSew range recently that if you haven't already seen you are about to!!

The Button Brooches have been given a mini makeover to just 25mm with a shot of colour added in embroidery silk form! So much cuter! There are also some other mini brooches appeared in Cloud form. You know how much I love Clouds!

Clouds have become like an unofficial mascot here at SewSew and I think the 'Cloud Brooch' and 'Silver Linings Brooch' make a lovely addition to the range.  Both are made from solid walnut and hand treated with teak oil to bring out the lovely grain.  The 'Cloud Brooch' is simple and charming while the 'Silver Linings' has that flash of shimmer with an edge of pure silver leaf, hand applied and sealed here in the SewSew studio. It has been sealed with shelac varnish making it hard wearing and tarnish proof!

All the brooches are available in the shoppe now and if you have any questions at all please do get in touch!

  • Bull says...

    Wow, I fell in love with these poppies the muinte I saw them, especially the red one. I live in Belgium surrounded with poppies en I absolutely adore them. So I hope that this Belgian girl can enter your give away aswell. Tine

    On March 25, 2015

  • Yasin says...

    They are all beautiful but the red one is my foiaurvte. It was these and your cherry blossom ones which came to my attention and I discovered the lovely cheery world of your blog.(Have you heard about the plight of the native british wild cherry? Its so sad.)Carry on inspiring us lovely lady.

    On March 24, 2015

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