&Stitches is a new blog about embroidery. My expectations are great because its writers are Carina Envoldsen-Harris, from Carina’s Craftblog, and Nicole Vos van Avezathe, from Follow the White Bunny. Besides they have launched a new embroidery on-line magazine, Colour &Stitches.
I love fortune cookies, they are very cinematographic and give a lot of scope: we can use them to send messages of appreciation, affection, funny, loving… At Mollie Makes they show us to make them with fabric in a very simple tutorial.
Don’t you think these dolls are adorable? They are made by a German girl who calles herself Jipijipi.
Every month Sew, Mama, Sew! proposes at their blog a modern block, with a tutorial for learning how to make it. I leave you the link of this January’s, which has many combination possibilities.
Origami has a fantastic results. Kumico Sudo‘s books about application of traditional Japanese techniques in fabric in general and especially in patchwork, are very advisable.
This weekend our children may have a good time making these amusing plastic pendants. The tutorial is at Design Mom.
The photographer Sivan Askayo has made a series of photographies of hanging clothes called Laundry Project. Saying this it does not seem to be very interesting, but both the light of the images and the intimacy that someone else’s laundry transmit, give them a great force.
LauraBerger is an illustrator from Chicago whose work is full of imagination and sensitivity.