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Large pouch for your lunch at work, college stuff or a collection of fabrics and threads for your next project. The possibilities are endless, so you may need to make more then one 🙂 Check out the tutorial, grab the beautiful fabrics from craftcotton and get started…
Japanese Sashiko was practised by the wives of fisherman and farmers as a way of thickening work jackets and prolonging the life of fabric in the 18th century. Traditionally worked by hand (I hear you sigh, but wait…) with white thread on indigo fabric. I actually found this very addictive, the further along I went, and already thinking of more designs to create. So why not give it go?
With spring upon us, this beautiful cushion is perfect for some garden furniture or simply to bring the spring into your living room.
This tea cosy all came about from my sister, she had a very cool Sagaform retro teapot, https://www.wayfair.co.uk/Sagaform-Retro-Stoneware-Teapot-SGF1651.html which was a sightly unusual shape, the pattern on the tea cosy was so beautiful it seemed a shame to cover it just to keep the tea warm, so i decided to applique the design…
New fabric from http://www.craftcotton.com – ‘step into spring’
This 40” x 40” quilt is perfect for a new born, the colours are neutral, yet soft and warming.
Important notes, school letters, appointments, play dates… this memo board will keep them organised and on display, so nothing gets forgotten again.
Quick and easy tutorial to do in your lunch break, perfect for your afternoon cuppa.
A simple, yet neat and beautiful cross stitch pattern.