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Time to say good bye…

Last month I wrote a long and difficult post about a decision I had made…. Well today is the day… funky diva designs is now shut… I would like to thank all of the gorgeous people who have bought fdd …

I made a momentous decision…

So…. last week I mentioned feeling overwhelmed and feeling comforted by a blog post about feeling just that way and running a craft business… What I hadn’t really realised was that I have been suffering from a tight chest, chest …

Sunday Morning Reading 10/06/2012

Morning! A while ago I started a Sunday morning blog post about blogs I had found and loved. Over the last couple of weeks I have found a few I love so I thought I would share them with you. …

Shhhhh, don’t tell your husband, but…

you don’t need to throw away your fabric scraps! And I mean you don’t need to throw out even the smallest piece of fabric… your husband won’t like it though! I discovered this book a few weeks back and I …

Hitting a nerve…

Last week a blog link on Twitter by the lovely Laura of Bugs and Fishes blog made me sit down and think. This blog post simply titled Overwhelmed on the link caught my eye so I followed the link and was …

Meet the J Range of funky diva bags!

Here at funky diva HQ new bag designs have been developing over the last few weeks and they are coming together nicely! One of the biggest new ranges is the J Range of bags:   All of the bags are …

Reading Challenge 2012 – Going All Austen!

If you read my blog regularly, you will know I have a passion for books, as well as fabric. The best sorts of books are ones that combine gorgeous covers with amazing fiction! Jane Austen is one of my favourite …

Taking a back seat…

Today I was lucky enough to observe a textiles artist working in a primary school with 18 kids. It was a brilliant morning watching the kids learn and develop new skills, they came up with ideas that the artist had …

A term of training!

This term I have been attending 2 courses – Preparing to Teach in the Life-Long Sector and Artists in Schools. The first course, PTLLS, is a requirement of teaching for Adult Education and has been a really interesting look at the …