Wow! it’s been more than a year since my last origami post! Paper is one of my favorite materials to work with, so here’s a cool origami dog I’ve just discovered:Continue reading
We crafters tend to hoard supplies because… well, you never know when you are gonna need them!! But the reality is that we end up with lots of fabric scraps and little balls of yarn that are so small there is practically nothing you can make out of them. So we end up buying new supplies for our new projects, which in turn generates new scraps that add to the pile… and so and so in a never ending cycle. 🙂
Because of that, decluttering the fabric/yarn stash is one of the most common “new year resolutions” for crafters. At least it is one for me… every year. So, if you are in the same situation, keep in tune because I’ll try to focus this year in minimizing my scraps (so I can buy new ones and not feel guilty!) 😉
In the spirit of this resolution, here’s a clever way to get rid of remnants of T-shit yarn. All you need is a piece of cardboard and thread.
September 11th is a special date for me because it’s the day I started this blog… 4 years ago! Wow! Here’s a round up of 4 of the best crochet projects to celebrate: a cowl, comfy socks, veggies play set and a crazy cat house. Just click on the names and you’ll be redirected to the page! Happy crocheting!
The toughest thing when you create something from scratch is that you have too many decisions to make. Materials, shape, colours, decorations… What bothers me about decisions is that choosing something usually means discarding the rest. I always end up wondering if I’ve made the right choice. Fortunately, there is always time to change your mind… from cat to shark.