From Cushion to Project Bag!!!

Hello all! How was your weekend? Was it snowy? We haven’t had any more snow since Friday so it was a slippery walk into school this morning! Back last week I made a trip to my local Dunelm determined to get a nice squishy cushion pad for my patchwork cushion, as the one I’d used for the pictures was a little too small. Whilst having a browse, I came across a…

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Tutorial – Spring Bunting

I can’t help but feel the irony in posting about Spring Bunting on the day that we first get snow! It has been a fabulously snowy day mind, althought the Littlies weren’t too sure about it: it took about thirty minutes to get them all dressed up to go outside, only to have them want to come in after ten minutes because they were too cold! Back to the Spring…

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Happy New Year!

Welcome 2013! Happy New Year to you all! I’m still feeling slightly reflective about 2012, can you believe that another whole year has passed?! A lots happened in the past 12months… …I started this blog… …we moved over 100miles to a new house… …I started adventures into dressmaking and quilting and had lots of fun making stuff… …I did lots of sky watching and crocheting (and still got a little bit…

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Some Christmas gifts….

Did you make many gifts for Christmas? I made a few. Not as many as I would have really liked to do, but a few. I really wanted to make something special for my in-laws – they’ve been so supportive in what has been quite a tricky year that has included lots of changes and some shocks along the way. I’d picked up a  Jelly Roll in one of their…

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Feeling Christmassy…A Lacey Wreath

How are you getting on with Christmas? I’m slowly getting into the festive spirit! I’ve been thinking about making a fabric wreath for a while now and thought it would be a great Christmas decoration. Have you seen how fabric hungry they are though?! About 1.5-2m per wreath depending on how full you want them and I just didn’t have any/enough of the colours to hand to make one up. …

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