Cheryl Arkison is a designer, writer and patchwork teacher. And her quilts are … spectacular!
This crochet quilt is beautiful, isn’t it? You have the pattern on Project Linus.
Paper maché, felt, collages, illustrations… Liat Yaniv uses diverse formats and materials to create his wonderful works.
Felt and embroidery in these cute hairpins by Homemade By Jill.
Design Mom‘s marvellous DIY to make cork stamps. If you keep everything as I do, sure that you have many at home.
Leebee‘s dolls are handmade with cordon and fabric. I love them!
Sarah, from Dolls and Daydreams, gives us the pattern in PDF of this funny pincushion and explains, step by step, how to make it.
My weekend proposal for the children is that they decorate thier own room using what they find at home (purpurin, pompoms, wool, pens, beads, paint …), cutting out cardboard letters and adorning them as they like. Honest To Nod had the idea.
Large-scale jewelery to fill the streets with art. That’s what Liesbet Bussche did in Amsterdam.
Irresistible the retro style of the illustrator from New Zealand Ellen Giggenbach.