We've had some great weather here on the Isle of Man lately and maybe it's time to think about refurbishing your garden room/conservatory or deck?
The Japanese cushions inspired by Cherry Blossom time are now available and add a lovely Asian touch wherever they are placed.
But we are not just about cushions, lovely as they are, here at Cinnamon Homestyle (and on our sister page Cinnamon Embroidery) you will find lots of things at all price points. Take a look at the Podlets which you can fill with your choice of goodies. One of these filled with chocolate perhaps, toiletries, sewing kit etc etc would make a great gift. And after the recipient has eaten the chocolate they can fill these neat fabric baskets with anything they please.
And it wouldn't be May on the Isle of Man without mentioning TT! everything you see on this page can be shipped to your home address. (No worrying about stuffing it into your panniers!)
If you live outside the UK you might want to get in touch with me first as overseas postage can sometimes be prohibitive.
So whatever you are doing, rain or shine, holidaying or same old, same old - have a fabulous month!
A mixture of vintage fabric and linen type cotton, this lovely cushion/pillow would make a splendid gift for any occasion. It even comes with a separate matching heart shaped lavender sachet finished with a tiny floral button.
The cushion itself measures approximately 13 inches (33.5 cms) square. The front is embroidered on textured linen-look fabric and is also lightly freehand quilted to give texture and added interest.
The back is made from vintage Sanderson fabric and closes with four cream coloured buttons.
The removable inner is lightly stuffed with polyester hypoallergenic filling.
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My name is Angie Lawrence and I am the owner and maker behind Cinnamon Embroidery and indeed Cinnamon Homestyle.
I have been a fabricaholic for as long as I can remember and this obsession now extends to embroidery.
I use all sorts of fabrics from vintage to modern – velvet to linen – cotton to tweed.