I dislike throwing things away that can still be used. In this case a pair of my son’s jeans. I just could not resist turning his old pair of jeans (with a few holes in), into a lovely cat.
I’ve made a new table cloth for my dining room and decided some placemats in the same fabric would look lovely. I had a lot of fun digitising the knife, fork and cake fork, then embroider it on the fabric.
I’ve always admired people making soft toys. However I thought that it would just be too hard to do. When I saw I could make an ITH kitty, I thought I’d give it a try. What fun! ITH is making something In The Hoop of an embroidery machine, so there is normally very little sewing…
What a learning curve! I saw some beautiful knitted scarfs on Pinterest and was intrigued. So I did a little bit of research and found brioche knitting. What I didn’t realise was that it was really going to mess with my brain with some time! I looked on Craftsy (now BluPrint) and found quite a…
So, someone wanted some muddy piggies on their birthday cake this year. I had great fun making this lovely cake with an unbelievable amount of wafers and flakes 😉
… and then second one. It was so much fun, I couldn’t stop at one! The first one, I had great fun with marble art on the fabric before I started. The second one I made from my hubby’s old jeans and shirt. I must admit, this is my favourite one!
I love recycling fabric! Here is my latest project. So far I’ve made a little handbag and a knitting basket out of one leg of my hubbies old jeans.
I am a beginner crocheter and this was my first pattern project. I must admit, I really enjoyed it and I think my cats are very happy with the result! Especially the catnip in the head of the cat.
I love cats! I had my first kitten when I was 6 years old. The longer I have cats the more they become like children in my home. Currently I have 2 British shorthair cats who has move continents and back with me.
One thing I’ve always wanted to do was pottery. I’ve been keeping an eye open for pottery classes and towards the end of 2014 I spotted beginners Pot throwing classes at the Plymouth College of Art and I managed to snatch up a space. This pottery throwing course offered the opportunity to learn the basic skills…