The quilts of the Australian Kathreen Ricketson are modern, fresh, colourful… She has written several very interesting books about patchwork and has a blog, Whip Up, of which I’m a great follower; I recommend it to you.
Stitched Whimsy is the new book of the crafter Heidi Boyd. This time she proposes us some felt creations.
The Cottage Home is the blog of Lindsay, a young mom whom loves sewing for her children. She creates and sells her pattenrs, as this one of the dress; it’s nice, isn’t it? I like very much the version of Jess, from Craftiness is not Optional, the one in white shades.
How easy can be to give a personal touch to the things we have at home. This proposal is by Lemon Jitters.
Great idea! A string of lights turns into a special decoration with some cupcake liners. I have seen it at Craft & Creativity, the blog of Helena, a graphical Swedish designer.
Look what a nice pullover. It’s children size and you can weave it with the pattern at The Purl Bee.
A bouquet of felt flowers and leaves and the stems of twigs of the field. The tutorial and the templates are at Martha Stewart‘s website. An ideal project for the weekend.
I love this craft to make with children. The question is melting crayons in a silicon mold (as those for making ice cubes, for example ) and … voilà!: we have a multicolored paint with a funny shape. The idea is by Katie, from Color Me Katie.
I like very much this globe-ball. The pattern can be purchased at Little Smiles Boutique, a shop on Etsy.