The latest of Knitta Please: they have covered ninety nine trees in Austin, Texas. The contrast of the autumnal landscape and the wools bright colors is brilliant.
This Poppy Talk’s post explains a simple and cheap way of printing fabrics using foam rubber and templates for decorating walls. And the result is very nice.
“Big Little Felt Universe” is Jeanette Lim’s felt crafts patterns book; I really recommend it; its authoress is a fantastic artist with felt and has sold more than 9.000 patterns since she opened her shop on Etsy.
Ringo is a web dedicated to children crafts. But it is a little different from others, because though obviously children capacities change with age, most of the projects it proposes don’t require any adult help. They are thought for the children to develop their skills for themselves.
My friend Pilar mentioned on her blog, Calahorra, El Patchwork de Mi Casa, Victoria’s blog, a woman from Malaga who shows step by step the quilts she makes, with photographies, references to books and magazines, technical explanations… It is very useful, great to learn and enjoy her work. One of the best patchwork blogs I know in Spanish.