Today marks the end of Januarys adventure creating a decorative patchwork quilt block from the pre-designed blocks found in the Scan N Cut machine. Grab a brew and I will update you…Read More »
Fancy a quick catch up on my BOTM adventure…?Read More »
As part of the efforts to bring more of my sewing adventures to this blog today sees the start of a series of posts that will stretch the entirety of this year and it begins with me revealing my bottom…Read More »
To Face Mask, or Not To Face Mask – Is It Really A Question? Since this whole virus lark kicked off there has been much natter about ways to protect oneself and oft the topic of face masks crop up. So, I thought I’d put on my rational filter and go check some info out […]
So, in November last year, I stumbled across an awesome product that folks with electronic cutting machines, and perhaps others, are going to LOVE – especially if you want to make wallets or handbags.
I, therefore, set to work testing it with a simple project that I made in Canvas Workspace, cut on my Scan N Cut, hand stitched together and am pleased to be able to share those results …Read More »
Well me ducks, this old mucker has been tinkering with his embroidery machine this week and I have certainly learnt a few valuable lessons.
Thought it might be fun to share my efforts …
Well, if you ever needed justification for that gigantic pile of craft stash making the floor boards ground, then you can let people know that science and research are starting to prove that doing something creative on a regular basis is good for our general well being.
The lovely folk at Harvey’s Fabrics sent me a fabby infographic that lists just some of the reasons. Originally designed around sewing, a lot of what is shown applies to many creative pasttimes – it’s an interesting read – and next time the OH moans, you can pop this up on your screen as the reason.