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WIP Wednesday 15.11.17

Current WIP count: 6

My hooks and needles have been busy busy this week! There will be quite a few things to post about on Friday. 227 more words

Etsy, Itsy, Bitsy, Betsy...

Sorry – blurred again. Looks a bit like Jaws, doesn’t it? Or Moby Dick.

Why did I choose almost the only shape in the pattern book that involved inset (or ‘Y’) seams? 205 more words

The Rattle Bag

Patchwork by post

Well, just to make a change – this is the beginnings of Canadian sister’s Christmas present. Shh! Don’t tell her. (Luckily she doesn’t read my blog so we’re safe enough.) The idea is to make a cushion cover, from the pattern below, plus a simple bag for the inner part of the cushion, and – one or two other bits – and then post the same to Canada. 485 more words

The Rattle Bag

Process - Week 9 cushion making & pre-sanding

Making of cushion

Week 9 sees us making the cushion for the stool.

Initially, we had made cushion covers as the stapler bullets were not entering the inner ash base.  291 more words


DIY envelope cushion cover 

Sewing cushion covers is probably one of the best beginners project if you just started sewing. It helps you practice sewing a straight line, it`s quick to make and the result is very satisfying.  253 more words


Pattern Hack: DIY Cushion Cover

I originally wrote this tutorial for the Woven Monkey blog earlier this year – I hope you love it too!


Hello all! This week we’re showing you how to up your interior design game by adding a piped edge to the cushion cover we made last month. 223 more words