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
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
EASTER! I don’t always do lots of Easter making and creating for some reason but I think this year anything to celebrate and bring joy.. let’s do that! So, I have been having lots of fun making lots of different sized B R I G H T bunnies using my Cricut Joy machine* in iron
Having studied Printed Textile Design at Loughborough University… print, design, fabrics – is what is at the core of my creative soul. To have something I have drawn, collaborated on, chosen colours on, discussed layout on – to be turned into a commercially available product… is just mind blowing. Obviously, all craft is my thing
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!
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
With the call for more ways to reuse and upcycle – here is a fun and simple make for a little gift bag. You could use any fabrics you like, and of course this wouldn’t have to be just for Christmas. You could even use something like an old shirt to turn it from unwanted
I know (and I say this a lot to myself, and here on this blog about various things) why would I want to MAKE one, when I could BUY one? Because, I am crafty. Mad too, I think. But also – for the sheer personal satisfaction. To be honest, I was given this beautiful feathers