Previously we made an apron from the legs of your jeans and now we will use the front, top. Existing pockets will be used, and embellishments added to personalise. How To Cut The Jeans: (Note –‘yellow stitching’ refers to the existing stitches which your jeans come with.)-Cut front of legs off above the knees –(allow … Continue reading Upcycle Jeans Make an Apron 2
We are hopping egg-cited about our upcoming Crafty Easter Camp. We have lots of fun projects planned, the music playlist is being perfected and we are limbering up for some dancing! Book one or more days Boys & girls 5-10yrs 3 crafts every day Fully supervised Games & music & colouring Children should bring a … Continue reading Easter Craft Days, YAY!
This oven glove has a lovely gingham lining and thermal battling will be used to reduce heat and save your hands. Summer is just around the corner and any man would be happy toting this over the bbq too. We put in a loop to hang and magnets if you want to hang it off … Continue reading Upcycle Jeans and Make an Oven Glove
This is the first of three projects made from a single pair of jeans. Today we are going to learn how to make an apron from the legs of your jeans. Upcycling is such a brilliant way of getting use out of something that doesn't work for you anymore, not to mention keeping them out … Continue reading Upcycle Jeans and Make an Apron
https://youtu.be/hrg_l6rmA7A Instead of giving up bad habits this Lent give up the results of your good habits! We are collecting knitted and crochet blankets, hats, jumpers and slippers for two wonderful charities this Lent. Crochet for Christophers, hospice support in Cavan and Sleep Out Cavan, working with the homeless. These are such worthwhile charities and … Continue reading Yarn. Give it up for Lent!
Bunting is so versatile. It can cheer up a room, add the final touch for a celebration and even make a room your very own. Here is some bunting inspiration so you are covered all year round. Mini-bunting I love a bit of mini-bunting. It looks great on a fireplace at Christmas or any other … Continue reading 5 Beautiful Buntings
Away and home in the shop, we have had a lot of fun for the last few months working with three lovely and talented groups. We do projects with lots of different types of groups like schools, carers, friends and hobby groups. If you have a group in mind contact us and we can come … Continue reading Crafternoons and Crafternights!
We all love a free pattern and these are 6 of our favourites covering all skill levels and craft types. Knit: You could have a lot of fun with colours on this cute little jacket. Aran weight and just adorable. Crochet: Cutest hat ever! would look lovely on a girl and a … Continue reading 5 Top Free Knit & Crochet Patterns
Who doesn't love a crocheted flower. It is a great way to jazz up a baby blanket, add the finishing touch to a scarf or hat or make it into a brooch to add to a handbag or coat. If you want to practice your stitches they are also a fantastic small project that can … Continue reading Fantastic Crocheted Flowers
Crochet edges can say a lot about your project. Fun and whimsical or elegant and light it is well worth trying new edges or If you are just started learning crochet, the tips and tricks to make your own patterns in the future. Here are some patterns to get you started. They range in skill … Continue reading Top 7 Crochet Edges to Finish in Style