As you can probably tell, I’m off with the kids for Easter holidays so i can finally play catch up with my blog!
The lovely Muriel from Craftine asked if i would like to review one of her bi-monthly subscription boxes as they have recently started offering this beautiful boxes to the UK, well as a Yorkshire lass can’t say no to that!! Hahaha!
Let me explain a little about how it works! Continue reading “Ma Craftine Box Review”
Happy Bank holiday to you all, I’ve been cursed with a tummy bug so I’m feeling rather naff!
On the flip side, I’ve got My printer working again thanks to Mr K sorting it out and bringing it back to life! So of course I’ve had a back log of pdf patterns to print off and 1st on my list and a part of my #makenine2018 is Tilly and The Buttons free pattern and tutorial to make your Slipper Boots.
I don’t know about you but I’m a bugger for going through slippers and they are my favourite footwear, if I could I would wear them to work 😂
My fleece and jersey was from B and M Fabrics in Leeds and I bought half a metre of each and it worked out just under £7, don’t mind that as it’s sometimes more to buy slippers from the high street!
I already have the cotton wadding, thread and Sock Stop in my stash so no need to be hunting down any extras!
The pdf itself is only 8 pages and I soon pieced and taped it together and got onto cutting out my pieces.
Tilly’s instructions as always are very clear and I whipped these up quickly but I did start them Saturday afternoon and finished Sunday morning as I wasn’t feeling too good so if I had my ‘A’ game on its be a few hours.
To add some grip to these as I do have wooden flooring in my house, I added Sock-stop to my soles and if course I don’t do normal, I drew on hearts lol.
Now this had to dry for a minimum of 12 hours…. nooooo! This was hard as I wanted to wear them straight away!
But here they are and of course I won’t be taking them off at all today!! So what have you been up to this Easter weekend?
Can you remember back in February for Sew My Style that it was either the beautiful Rumana By Hand London Coat or Style Arcs Estelle Cardigan… I didn’t have the patience at the time to tackle such a big project so I decided to go for the cardigan!
My product review of the Pattern is now live over the Minervacrafts Blog.
So click on the link to find out just how easy it is to make your own!
I was lucky enough to be selected by Melyssa for her 1st ever PDF Pattern to test! The Wearable Studio are a new Indie Pattern Company based in Australia and their patterns are designed to embody beauty, femininity, comfort and elegance. Continue reading “The Wearable Studio – The Franki Top”
February has been a bit hectic for me! Kids on half term and We’ve been planning our trip to Florida in May and everything is now finalised and paid for including the dollars so just need to sort our holiday clothes!
February’s Sew my Style was either the ever so gorgeous By Hand London Rumana Coat or Style Arc Estelle Cardigan.
Continue reading “February’s #sewmystyle – The Estelle Cardigan”