I have to make these!!! Very soon! Susan explains on her blog how she is loathe to put fabrics away in case she forgets them or the plans for them. That’s me! Every second day I have a new idea. Check out the details at Living with Punks.
I came across a fabulous post on RTscraps where she shared her Russian Fudge recipe (which you make in the microwave – LOVE it!) as well as her tricky packaging for the school fete. Just had to share!
Are you starting to think about Christmas presents? Especially the ones you might want to make yourself? Well, I am. And that’s making me look around for ideas. Elizabeth at Twelve Crafts Till Christmas has a whole blog based on her Christmas present making. Plus a section devoted to stocking stuffers. (You’ll find some of […]
Liz at Project Naptime has created this fabulous travel highchair for her little one. Very clever idea!
Amy over at Positively Splendid has posted a great tutorial. She has made a girl’s T-shirt with interchangeable flowers, so you can match it lots of different outfits. So clever!
How great are these?! You buy the fabric printed ready to cut into triangles… All you have to do is sew it all up and you have this fabulous bunting! You’ll find them at Yardage Design, Melbourne, online store. Love finding a great Aussie deisgner!
This book arrived on my doorstep last week after being ordered for ages. It’s beautiful! Here’s a copy of the little review I just wrote over at Fishpond: This is another fabulous book by the Lintott ladies. The idea of getting 2 quilts out of one jelly roll is great, and they take the time […]
There’s a great tutorial on Tallgrass Prairie Studio on how to achieve this line quilting. Its done on a home sewing machine and sounds super easy. Thanks, Jacquie!
I love this quilt over at Crafterhours blog! I think its the “rainbow” factor…
Meet Virginia was inspired by a quilt pattern to make this art for her kitchen. Cute, huh? And she’s written a super easy tutorial.