Bustle & Sew Magazine: June Issue

What a busy day!  I’ve just sent out the latest issue of the Bustle & Sew Magazine to all my subscribers – so if you’re a subscriber reading this and haven’t seen your issue, then please do contact me soonest so I can re-send it.  To me June means strawberries, roses and summer picnics and this issue caters for all of these … just click below to see what’s inside….

I hope you enjoy it – as you can see all the effort of supervising me while I work has quite exhausted my furry friends! 

Daisy & Ben

 And before I go to make a well-earned cup of tea, I’d just like to say “thank you so much” to all those who left lovely messages for Rosie and Dan – they were delighted and want me to pass on their thanks too.


I would love to read my latest copy of the magazine but……….We use Talktalk and receive through Outlook express, they have had an argument and talktalk are trying get them to make friends again. They have been trying since Tuesday afternoon! I’m not happy! I’ll let you know
Ben and Daisy look like they have had a very tiring day.
Julie xxxxxxxx


Helen I just loved this months Bustle & Sew!! Love the bit of history on Black work!! Thank you for all your lovely designs and all the other fun stuff you put into this lovely e-zine!!!

Thank you Sew much, Jan



LOVE the June issue – especially the picnic quilt and the embroidered rose mirror!

Thank you for taking the time to bring these delights to us all 🙂



i have sent you a separate message but i haven’t received my copy of the magazine


Hi Sandra, have discovered the problem and you should have received it now – sorry about that. Helen x


Another wonderful issue of Bustle & Sew! Too hard to choose my favorite project this month as they are all lovely! I also loved the inclusion of the history of Coombe Leigh, and the story regarding the letter found within the chimney breast. How wonderful! And may I say that your hallway is just beautiful and looks so cool on this 90 degree day!?
X Linda


Thanks everyone for your kind comments about this month’s issue, so pleased you like it. X


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