Looking for a neat and stylish way to do up your cardi? Try a cardigan clip (some people call them collar clips!) to add vintage style and pretty panache. This week’s tutorial tuesday is unbelievably quick and easy. Over to Vicky from Vivid Please to show us how to make a cardigan clip.
Learn how to make a quick and easy tote bag with our super-easy DIY guide. Get stuck in to your fabric stash and choose your favourite print for some brand new arm candy. Believe it or not, this no-nonsense bag tutorial from The Purl Bee promises a brand new tote bag in under half an hour. How speedy, and not to mention brilliant, is that? Read on for how to make it…
Transform an old jumper using scrap fabric and felt, with this free tutorial from The Telegraph
You can’t move for collars on the high street right now. But why spend on a genero-collar when you can make your own? Our friends over at Simply Knitting have this little lovely for you to knit this month. Plus for the first time ever, the magazine comes with some amazing designer Bergere De France yarn for you to make the collar with.
The yarn comes in two colours – purple and cream (or buy two copies of the mag and have both!) – plus a set of 3mm needles. And if a collar isn’t your thing, there are four other exclusive patterns in the mag to make with the yarn. Get to it!
Cross-stitch a mini monster with this free chart, courtesy of The Making Spot
Looking for a quick and easy project? Crochet a set of placemats with this free tutorial from dutch crafter Jorine Tieleman
The Oxfam Fashion team explains how to transform tin cans into beautiful mini lanterns
Project alert! Learn how to make mini pom poms with the help of Vivid Please. All you need is a fork, some wool and a pair of scissors to get started
A bow tie is a really versatile and super-cute accessory for both guys and gals. What’s more, it’s really quick and easy to make. Donna from Spinsters’ Emporium reveals how to whip one up in a flash
Cross stitch your own woodland critter with this free chart and tutorial