Monthly Archives: July 2015

Summer holiday projects for little hands!

The summer holidays are well and truly here and there has been more than one soggy day so far! If your little ones love making things and the rain is keeping you inside, then take a peek at my Little … Continue reading

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My huge collection of threads

I bought a set of wooden apprentice drawers from an antique shop several years ago and I’ve used them every day since. They have been used to store buttons, display monsters and now I’ve found a new purpose for them! I … Continue reading

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DIY : No-sew oilcloth bunting

We spend lots of time outdoors in the summer and have been to two parties this last weekend where we spent much of our time in the garden. Today’s post is a DIY for no-sew bunting, that you can use to decorate … Continue reading

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Our first anniversary : Paper

Matt and I have always wanted to start a collection of woodcuts and lino prints. I thought our first anniversary was the perfect time to start, so I found a lovely lino cut of a ship. Matt gave me a … Continue reading

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A felt princess crown!

My beautiful little niece was three on Sunday and she loves all things princess at the moment. So I decided to sew her a pretty pink crown from felt! I stitched some stars on the front and made a comfy … Continue reading

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Printing taster at Make & The Craft Kitchen

Last night I went to a taster workshop at Make & The Craft Kitchen. We tried out all sorts of printing, on paper and fabric too! We arrived to a table set up with all kinds of lovely materials and we … Continue reading

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My tumbling blocks patchwork

My latest project is inspired by my friend Emma. She recently finished some beautiful paper pieced patchwork cushions for both of her Grandmas’ birthdays. I love stitching hexagons but decided to try out a new pattern for my very own … Continue reading

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