Elephant Baby Quilt – Modifying Existing Quilt Patterns

Rightio… Happy New Year folks.  It’s week 3, how is 2016 going for you? We are having a very hot summer here in Adelaide, the hottest in a while, so I have been spending a bit of time in the pool and a lot of time in the air conditioning

Dollhouse – Artesania Latina Europa (pt4) – Mini Making

One of the things I (now that I have been exposed a little while) that I love about miniaturists is that they all seem to be so very generous about sharing their ideas, their skills and showing others how some of the work they achieve is done.  It does add

Quilted Table Runner – No Pattern, No Worries

I always have a good laugh when patterns say, you should now have a 13.5 inch square and mine is 11inches or an obvious rectangle.  Sometimes though it can be a little disconcerting and override the accomplishment you should feel as someone following along who doesn’t have the established skills

Wirework Beaded Dragonfly and Wedding Boutonniere (Tutorial / Overview)

So I knew that we were definitely not having ‘real flowers’ in the wedding.  Themewise we wanted to incorporate our cats, purple and dragonflies.  I had already designed our save the dates and our invitations and was not really able to incorporate the dragonflies as intended, so I thought it

Kusudama Flower Wedding Bouquets – (Part 2 – How to Make Them)

Depending on your requirements, this can be a fun little project or a major endeavour, so take it in stride and choose whatever is appropriate for you.  I have assumed a general level of craft savvy and have not outlined every miniscule detail of the construction.  If you are having

Kusudama Flower Wedding Bouquets – (Part 1)

  The other Attempts at Paper Flowers that didn’t make the Cut I have a cutting machine called a KNK Zing – for those of you who are into scrapbooking or cardmaking this is kind of like a brother scan and cut or a cricut or a silhouette cameo.  It’s

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