Tag: Crafty

Bunny Cushion!

This is a really simple, but fun make – to create a lovely Bunny style cushion with floppy ears and a fluffy pompom tail, a perfect home Spring decoration!   You Will Need  Fabric  Thread  Wool (Optional)    Craft Essentials  Sewing Machine  Fabric Scissors  Paper and Pencil  Paper Scissors  Pins   Tape Measure  Iron and Ironing Board  Read More

Helium Balloon into… CUSHION!

Hmmm, so – how did you spend your weekend? Perhaps a walk, some chores? Time in the garden? If I gave you 100 guesses I am not sure you could have predicted that I was turning a helium balloon into a cushion?! Freddie LOVES balloons, but in particular – this helium balloon. It was left Read More

NEW! Easter Made Easy: Spring Wreath Making Craft-Along with The Crafty Lass

Workshops… it feels like an AGE since there were people sat around The Old Grain Store studio crafting table. I miss teaching! But, I have NEWS! I am very excited to announce that I will be teaching Spring Wreath ‘Zoom’ workshops with Hobbycraft! There are 12 (yes, TWELVE!) different sessions to choose from – lunchtimes, Read More

Heart Placemats

Heart Placemats  A simple, but effective table mats idea that uses just a few simple sewing techniques and some wadding to create a padded heart effect. You could do this with any shape – a star, a letter, flower – whatever you like as long as you create a template to sew around as below! Read More

The Table

Tables. I have talked about them before in this blog, but to me – they are such an important part of furniture. They are MORE than ‘just’ a piece of furniture. They truly are, and make – the heart of the home. Yes, they get covered in ‘stuff’ and random cr*p but they are still Read More

William Morris Bag (with optional drawstring) for Craft Cotton Co

You Will Need Fabric Thread Wadding Ribbon Craft Essentials Sewing Machine Fabric Scissors Pins Tape Measure Iron and Ironing Board Safety Pin (optional for the inner drawstring bag) Read More

All that glitters… Gilding!

Have you ever tried gilding? No, me neither. I expected it to be super difficult for some reason – I mean, how does the gold leaf stick? Doesn’t it go everywhere? (The answer in short to this is yes, the gold leaf can flake and go everywhere if you aren’t careful…!) BUT, it is super Read More

Personalised Door Mats!

I love doors. Front doors! Wreaths on doors, what colour they are, what door furniture. I am a door geek! And, I genuinely have a thing about doormats too – I love them! They are the welcome into our home (albeit done very little of that in recent times!) They make me happy. And after Read More

Simple, Fun, Festive – Paper Green Wreath

One of the things I enjoy with craft – is quite often it is the quick and simple ideas that give me the most satisfaction. Being able to turn a few basic materials into something. This is made from 1 gold wreath, some white felt balls (both from Pompluspom and 3 sheets of card (by American Read More

The Crafty Lass does… Gift Vouchers!

✂️ Do you know someone crafty? ✂️ Would they like to come along to a The Crafty Lass workshop? ✂️ Do you still need to buy a Christmas present…? ✂⭐EXCITING NEWS⭐✂ The Crafty Lass now sells gift vouchers! What a good idea for a crafty Christmas present? Vouchers can be bought in denominations of £5.00 Read More

COMPETITION TIME!

🌟🌟🌟COMPETITION TIME!🌟🌟🌟  1ST PRIZE – a ‘Handmade Christmas Fabric ‘Rag’ Wreath’ – handmade by The Crafty Lass in traditional ‘holly’ greens, with ‘bauble berries’.  2ND PRIZE – Materials to make your own ‘Christmas Fabric ‘Rag’ Wreath’ – including 1 x 12″ copper wire wreath, 2 metres of fabrics*, a The Crafty Lass ‘How To Make’ instruction sheet and wired Read More

The Handmade Fair 2018

I hinted the other day on all the usual social media channels – about some VERY super-duper amazingly exciting crafty news… well I am absolutely beyond delighted to be able to announce that… The Crafty Lass is going to be teaching craft workshops at The Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair next year! 11th-13th May 2018, Ragley Read More

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