I hope you are all well today? I’m really feeling the joys of spring today, I’ve been on the allotment this morning, digging weeds up and planning out where I might plant different veggies and flowers (pure bliss).
I also got a feature in the Spring issue of LandScape magazine! Very exciting to see indeed, so I thought I’d share here. It’s the Garden Birds tea-towel in turquoise in my Beetroot Press range I sell on Etsy and Folksy.
I’m thinking of printing some more soon in a new colour way…hmmm what to choose, I might post on the Facebook page to see which colours everyone would prefer. Here’s the link if you’re not already following me on there: Beetroot press FB page.
I’m now off to choose some seeds to buy – yay! Have a great week everyone.
Hello there friends, I’ve just popped in to say Folksy added my Beetroot Press ‘Blackberry Jam’ tea-towel to their email newsletter, which is always a joy and nice surprise to see.
It’s worth checking out the link to see all the beautiful hand-made eco-friendly items there are, made by British crafters. Folksy eco-friendly nice stuff.
And here’s a few close ups of the Tea towel/napkin Folksy selected. It’s printed on a vintage white napkin which has a subtle weave pattern, and has little initials sewn in the corner, (which I love). It has a loop on the back so you can use it as a napkin or a tea-towel.
Hello everyone! As you probably know I sell on Folksy, the modern British craft site and the nice people at Folksy were kind enough to feature me on their blog in their ‘Meet the Maker’ feature! They interview me on my inspirations, working day and studio space. To see the whole interview have a peek at the link here: Meet the Maker…Sarah Papworth from Beetroot Press.