Layer mosaic tiles, plywood and felt to make very professional looking placemats and coasters for your dining table. A fun and easy introduction to making mosaics 🙂
I have recently become interested in dyeing my own yarn using natural dyes, and this petal-dyeing tutorial looks like the perfect place to start.
Time to grab some colourful flowers from the garden and make myself some speckly yarn, I think 🙂
This tutorial shows you exactly how to make a wonderful twisted pleat embellishment – which you could then use to add interesting detail to bags, pouches and cushions.
This is a brilliant technique to learn if you like dabbling with polymer clay – it looks so effective!
Click here to learn how to twist extruded clay “yarn” into a surface texture that looks just like knitting.
I’ve never tried to knit plaid before, but this scarf looks so lovely and cosy that it’s enough to make me give it a go!
Click here for instructions.
I just love this ice dyeing technique…isn’t the effect amazing?!
Click here for the tutorial.
Normally, I find that sewing tutorials online can be rather confusing, but the step-by-step instructions for this cute reversible bag make it really clear what you have to do at each stage . . . so I wanted to feature it here on my blog in case other people get as confused as I do trying to follow sewing instructions! 🙂
The bag is a small size (for kids) but you could always size it up for adults without much difficulty.