I’ve made a few projects with the insulated thermal lining before, the Long Arm Oven Mitts, the Can Cozy and Easy Quilted Pot Holders. So when Daniela from On the Cutting Floor wrote to me with some more ideas she had, we were inspired to create a couple more projects … Continue reading →
I heard that everything nautical was in fashion this year. Nautical has always been one of my favorite styles in art, decor and sometimes clothes too. If that makes me fashionable, it will be the first time in about 25 years! They say everything comes around again if you wait … Continue reading →
Do you love bread as much as I do? Recently I’ve been trying to eat fewer carbs and less wheat overall. I think it is better for my health. However, I can tell you, while I’ve found some good substitutes for pasta that are not made with wheat, I haven’t … Continue reading →
I have a new baby at home so the lack of sleep and free time had me itching for a fast project. These bookmarks are great for beginners to try two different techniques and perfect for using up scraps. Bookmarks are a great handmade gift or matching add-on to use … Continue reading →
I’m sure you’ve seen these before. I’ve been drooling over all the lovely soft and snuggly rag quilts I see on my Pinterest feed and have been longing to find out how to make one. So I gave it a try, took some photos and a video along the way … Continue reading →
It’s that time of year to celebrate the passing of winter, the end of the long dark months and the coming of Spring. Our gardens are bursting into bloom, we see more of the sunshine and a drive through the countryside is full of the joys of new fresh leaves … Continue reading →
I’ve been spending a lot of time on bigger projects recently, designing and testing sewing patterns which is a lengthy process. So I wanted something fun to sew, something seasonal, something not clothes! It’s feeling very much like Spring is here so I rummaged through my cottons and found some … Continue reading →
I find myself weathering the pandemic in the middle of Chile. Never in my life would I have thought that I’d be here, but the world has changed so much that it’s impossible to know where we will be in a few years from now. One thing for sure is … Continue reading →
With all of the recent posts on bias binding, and the potholders tutorial to get you started, this Long Arm Oven Mitts pattern is going to be a breeze! I was happy to make up a matching pair and retire my old and very worn oven mitts for good. But … Continue reading →
Feeling like Spring is in the air? Tulips and daffodils starting to brighten up your garden yet? I suppose it depends where you are, but when I lived in the UK I loved to see my garden burst into life this time of year with crocus, and all the spring … Continue reading →
I’ve been making a few throw pillows (cushions if you are British) just recently and been looking for ways to close the back so they are still easily accessible for removing the insert and washing the cover, but I don’t have any long zips right now (and I admit I’ve … Continue reading →
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