Whip up Savannah Carroll’s mini bunny plush complete with tweed appliqué and cute pom pom tail
Essential travel accessory for wanderers… sew up a simple fabric wallet in ten steps to store your loyalty cards, train tickets and more. The best part? You now have an excuse to use up some of your favourite fat quarters. Have fun colour matching! You will need: • Main outer fabric, 23x11cm (9⅛ x 4⅜”)… Continue reading
Keep your keys safe with this clever birdhouse and keyring duo from Pygmy Cloud
Got your free fabric flower kit in Mollie Makes 62 (when purchased at Morrisons)? Dip into your fabric stash (or scraps) and stitch a spring brooch with textile artist Gemma Nemer. These little blooms are a doddle to make, and since each petal is hand stitched with treasured fabric, you’ll want to accessorise everything! Pin to… Continue reading
Turn fabric scraps into Christmas decorations with a Japanese twist. This version of the woody fruit takes a little while longer to make than the free pine cones Christmas decorations kit in Mollie Makes 60, but they’re well worth the make. Craft the origami pine cone beauties using silk organza or raid your stash to find other festive fabrics. For pine… Continue reading
We’re so excited to announce our latest giveaway in collaboration with Simplicity New Look. We got our mitts on not just one, but FIVE of the very sought after dottie angel dress pattern (designed and made in the USA).
Stocking ethical and hand printed fabric designs, Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair favourite, Maud of Maud’s Fabric Finds tells us what inspired her to open an online fabric shop and shares her plans for her exhibition stand at The Handmade Fair.
Introducing the brand new sewing magazine by the people who brought you Simply Crochet… get fresh ideas with fabric in Simply Sewing, out 12 February 2015 If you love customising your own clothes, sewing home makes, touches of embroidery and all things sewing, you’ll want a subscription to the brand new sewing magazine, Simply Sewing,… Continue reading
Print your favourite saying on a plain tee with a little help from Alyssa Zukas of Two String Jane. Nothing beats stumbling upon a DIY that doesn’t require buying materials: this t shirt printing tutorial is one of them. What’s more, the only lengthy part to this project is cutting out the design, after that… Continue reading
We asked three bloggers to come up with their own spin on our cover gift this month. Using some or all of the materials in the patchwork needlecase kit, free with issue 49, Candy Pop, Tigerlilly Quinn and Fall for DIY made a delicate papercut bookmark, hexie fabric garland DIY and a smocked necklace respectively – what a clever bunch! Here’s style and… Continue reading