More Hobbycrafting!

Thursday, April 30, 2020
Hi Everyone!

So happy to share with you some more projects I wrote for the Hobbycraft Ideas Blog. I'm especially proud of the quilt I made using the Cricut Design Space.

I was so happy to see how they photographed this quilt. It's just so cute! The Cricut Fabric bundles are such great quality and I love the colour combinations. Read the full quilt tutorial and buy all the supplies I used HERE

The second project I wrote was a Beginners Jersey Top Step by step. Hopefully giving clarity to construction with knit fabrics. Now is the perfect time to practice something like this and learn a new skill. Read the full 'how to' HERE.

Keep Safe, Keep Well, Keep Sewing. Happy Handmade!


All the Ruffles!

Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Hi Everyone,

How are you all? I know this is a strange time. But guess what? We have sewing to distract us and I'm just so happy I can sew from home. I thought I'd share one of my latest makes that I did for the Minerva Crafts Blogger Network. Not only to give inspiration but to bring some normality back to the blog.

So for this month's blogger network post I made the popular Simplicity 8606 wrap skirt in Lisa Comfort's Wildflower Polyester Crepe. Honestly I've had so much fun dancing round the house in this. 

The only change I made was the length! This pattern is so long! You can read my full post on the Blogger Network HERE. And if you have any suggestions to the matching top I could make with it, that would be amazing. I'm thinking either a blousey style or a classic Ogden Cami? What do you think?


Free Range Slacks

Saturday, April 25, 2020
Hi Everyone,

How are we all doing? I thought I'd show you one of my latest makes and also share with you THAT linen, that not only am I obsessed with, but you are too!

So the Pattern is the Free Range Slacks by Sew House Seven. I was a huge fan of their Toaster Sweater pattern, but never tried another of their patterns. Until I saw this one. I just knew that with my new obsession with linen, I was going to wear these to death. And I wasn't wrong.