A favourite place to visit during my workday lunch break is The Fabric Store and even more so now that they stock fabrics from Liberty of London. Even though I've been admiring these for ages I don't usually buy any because I feel like I need to have a clear project in mind before cutting in to it.
But the other day I saw this print and had to get some. It's called 'Josephine's Garden' and was only stocked in a cotton knit - like a t-shirt weight. I didn't like my chances of neatly sewing a t-shirt so I made two pillowcases (this pattern) instead. I've never had knit-fabric pillowcases before but they're actually lovely - soft and light.
The print made me think of Scandinavian summertime and how buttercups and clover grow in a tangle along the roadside. I found an old photo of some wildflowers I brought inside after a walk one afternoon, 7 years ago now.
Here is a new favourite song of mine: Deer Eyes by Danish band Lowly.
Hope you're having a relaxing weekend, wherever you are.