The four on top are fat quarters from Big W! I love them, it's amazing what fabric you can find rolled up there for $3.67. The bottom three are from Spotlight.
I've done a little sewing as well. The cooler mornings have reminded me to get a move on and make a couple of fleece jackets for school. Now I could buy some, but bottle green is a really hard colour to find. The school does not sell a winter uniform, just a spray jacket thing that doesn't look too warm. I could order one from Lowes of all places but $40 each is a bit much, so I just had to make my own (any excuse to sew hey?). Plus I already had a pattern.
And with less than 2 metres of soft and warm cotton fleece from Spotlight I had easily and quite quickly made these:
They are both size 7 (perspective is amazing). This guy will be rolling up the sleeves come winter as he's only maybe a size 5 really. And the ones from Lowes don't have front pockets (that get filled with tissues and put through the wash) handy for storing lunch time finds.
He may be the smallest kid in school, but he's a clever little thing - he's reading Enid Blyton's The Enchanted Wood aloud to me (instead of school readers). I never read it as a child, so I'm pretty happy. I can't wait until he starts reading some Diana Wynne Jones.