Knit one, Purr one: Battersea Knitting Kittens Club

Knitting Kittens Club

Meet crafty cats for a monthly Battersea knitalong in the company of adorable kittens

#WorldPomination at The Handmade Fair

World Pomination at The Handmade Fair

Kirstie and The Handmade Fair are aiming to break the Guinness World Record for the longest line of pom poms this September

The Handmade Fair – Kirstie Allsopp’s pick of the week: Victoria & Abigail

Victoria & Abigail

We interview one of Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair favourites, Victoria & Abigail. Meet the designer emporium to find out the inspiration behind their company, how they got started and what they’re looking forward to most at The Handmade Fair!

Festival fashion: Fringe, tassels and trims

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Summer’s here, time to pack light. So we’ve picked handmade festival fashion items with the season’s signature style: fringes, tassels and trims

Blogtacular London 2014

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Before we begin our Blogtacular praises, keep in mind that you can catch up on all the inspiring, informative talks and workshops by signing up to the Blogtacular mailing list. Soon Kat and Kat, event organisers, will fill you in on how you can watch the talks from the blogging conference online (which makes us feel less… Continue reading

Crafty Christmas shopping in London

crafty christmas shopping

Londoners! You lucky things. So many Christmas shopping opportunities…

World's Biggest Coffee Morning and a little tutorial

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Today’s the day: the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning fundraising event for Macmillian

Event: Corby Tindersticks toy making at the V&A Museum of Childhood

Barry Bags by Corby Tindersticks

Head down to the V&A Museum of Childhood this weekend for a day of toy making with Corby Tindersticks

Event: Kaffe Fassett exhibition, Wales

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Quilter extraordinaire Kaffe Fassett’s beautiful work is on show in Wales

Mollie Makes meets Yvonne Eijkenduijn of Yvestown

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Meet uber-blogger, Yvonne Eijkenduijn, who writes Yvestown, one of those tranquil, inspiring places on the web you wish you could stay forever.