I know that weather is still too hot for talking about wool, but Donna Wilson‘s new catalogue has been released and cannot resist showing you the beautiful things it has.
Hazel Terry is artist and educator. Her blog, The art room plant, is so wonderful. And I love this appliqués work she has just finished.
Kelly McCants is the writer of the blog Oilcloth Addict. You cannot imagine how many things can be sewed with oilcloth. She has just published a book that can be purchased at her shop on Etsy, where she also sells precious printed oilcloths. At her other shop, Modern June, you will find products made by her.
This weekend I propose you to make these tortoises. The key is the fabrics choice because the tutorial of Make it and Love it is very well explained and includes the pattern of the pieces. Try it!
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And the craft for kids: a stones alphabet from Momtastic. Some time ago I linked a post about stones decorated with fabrics. Now we’ll use painting. They look great. Let’s have fun!
The Canadian artisanal company Drinding paints by hand these funny bells using non-toxic paints. They can be acquired at its website.
If other day I showed you the Stuart McLachlan‘s paper hats, today I want you to see his illustrations. They are very retro and elegant. I love them!
BananaRepublic has presented a collection inspired on TV series Mad Men. I could see it in New York and the photos don’t do justice to the beauty of the clothes, charmingly retro.