I don’t know about you but every year I say to myself this is the year everyone is getting handmade Christmas presents. That’s very easy to say in September but what we forget is the time speeds away from us and before we know it it is the week before Christmas and no gifts have…… Continue reading Five quick things to sew for the perfect Christmas Present
Today’s favourites are all about those little details 💗 Taking something from great to extraordinary! Adding little details is one of my favourite things to do and these makers have really inspired me, and I think they will inspire you too! Lisa of Rose Garden Patchwork has created the cutest bag charm ever! It adds an…… Continue reading Friday Favourites #3
Today I want to share with you something very special, and as it is International Women’s Day, I thought it would be a perfect time. I have fond memories of my Grandma H sewing, my sister and I were frequently given dresses handmade by her, she taught me to cross stitch at the age of…… Continue reading Is it in the family?
I love a Japanese craft book, but obviously they are always written in Japanese and unfortunately my Japanese is well it’s non-exsistant, so imagine how thrilled I was when I saw on Instagram that this beautiful book had been translated into English! There was some confusion at first as there are 2 different English versions,…… Continue reading Happy Flower Quilts Book
I’ve been feeling really inspired by sprinkles lately, the bright confetti of colours are sure to cheer anyone up, but why stop at a subtle scattering on top of a cupcake? Here are some fun examples of what more you can do with them! It’s mainly when I came across the image above when I knew…… Continue reading Fun with sprinkles!
I’ve mentioned in previous posts about my desire to learn to how to make a dress. I’ve still been a bit to scared to give it a go and have been sticking to my hexagons and sewing things for the shop. Really what I’m looking for is a pattern that is super simple to get…… Continue reading Friday Favourites – Dress Patterns
I always enjoyed pottery classes at school, and the feel of the clay in my hands, sadly I was never really any good at it. There were more disasters than any kind of work of art or something of use. These artists below show us how it’s supposed to be done! I need to have these!!…… Continue reading Beautiful Ceramics – My top picks!