Sunday, March 14, 2010

Liberty at Target finds

My husband and I went to three places this evening trying to find a certain super glue he needed. Lucky for me the first two hardware stores didn't carry it and we headed for Target. Walking inside, I was bedazzled to suddenly remember that today is the day for the launch of the Liberty of London for Target line! Lucky me!! Not only did they have pretty sun-dresses but they also had wonderful huge scarves, such as the one I chose above, which is three different fabrics sewn together. Beautiful! I may use it as a scarf and I may cut it up and use it for project fabric.

I never thought of Liberty boxer shorts but here they are. The little cars are one of my favorite fabric from Liberty. My husband will not be wearing these. Instead they'll be put to the chopping block for project usage. I thought I was smart to get the x-large pairs for more fabric!

So cute!!

A new one of a kind purse from Get Real Purses & Pouches, now available on http://jenniferstumpf.etsy.com.

Red variegated carpetbag material with colorful cotton florals and stripes.

Underneath the flap- a hand appliqued piece of dyed muslin with birds. I call this one "postage due".


7 comments:

peacockfairy said...

I was so excited for the Liberty launch too - for the peacock print the most of course!!! Love it and will probably blog about it too!

stregata said...

Another beautiful pouch - love the stamps!

Cheryl said...

Sooo, dare I ask how much you spent?

Jennifer Stumpf said...

Cheryl, the scarf was $14.99, the boxers $5.99 each. I got one scarf and two pairs of boxers.

陽明山花季 said...

may the blessing be with you.........................................

Christine Damm said...

Liberty of London at Target! Now that's inspired marketing! Finally found a Target that I can get to in NH, I'll have to make a detour and shop, shop, shop when we go for our Clay Play Day next week. Thanks for the tip!

Dawn said...

Hi, Jennifer! You have such a lovely blog -- & I just wanted to get back to you about the size hook I use with size 8 thread: honestly for me it's just a simple choice of using the most comfortable for me/the thread -- and that's usually a size 5 or 7. If I like the look of the stitches, I'll use that hook -- don't know if that figures into proper crochet procedures (grin) but it works for me!