Tapestry crochet is something I’d been meaning to try for a while. It’s a whole world and you can make pretty cool designs with this technique.
For all of you who are in home confinement due to the Coronavirus outbreak, here’s a selection of 4 sewing projects you can try these days.
Have patience and craft a lot 😷😷😷
This year’s Christmas gift for the family was The Susie pouch by Pattydoo. Sorry it took me so long to share it with you.
Here’s another great stash buster that allows you to use the leftovers from previous projects of both yarn and fabric scraps! ❤
Fancy making these easy little pouches with cat faces? Keep reading!
My hooks finally have a cosy home to live in! I made this cute pencil case following a tutorial of one of my favourite blogs: the Australian A Spoonful of Sugar. Predictably, the result was a little bit different, due to my innate incapability to follow any pattern. But I’m happy with the result after all. Mainly because there is no way anything made out of this super cool fabric could look bad!
I first saw this tutorial like a year ago and I knew immediately I was going to make a bunch of these oval boxes for my family and friends. They are fun and easy to make and they look a little bit more pro than the classic flat zippered pouch. Keep reading after the image for a link to the original tutorial by Aneela Hoey and a different way to sew the interior of the lid.