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Quilt Market sneak peeks, part two

Our long list of Quilt Market previews continues! If you missed it, you can find the first post here. So far Cloud 9 have revealed two collections that they’ll be showing at Market on their blog. I love this company, so you can bet I am looking forward to these. First up is Geocentric Canvas […]
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Quilt Market sneak peaks, part one

Spring Quilt Market is next month in Kansas City and I can’t wait! It’s my second Market and now that the shop is open and I have a clearer sense of what to expect, I think I’m even more excited than last year. In case you don’t know, Quilt Market is a massive trade show […]
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Have you seen Crafty Chloe?

If you follow Heather Ross’s blog, not only will you know she has a great new collection planned for Kokka, but you’ll see she has illustrated a new book called Crafty Chloe! According to Heather, “Crafty Chloe is about a little girl who wears a glue gun holster (sometimes) made from a paper cup and […]
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Felt Christmas wreath

We flew back from the States early early on Sunday morning. In America Christmas officially kicks off the Friday after Thanksgiving (Black Friday!) when all of the trees were lit. Despite the fact that England doesn’t celebrate Thanksgiving, the Christmas season seems to have been switched on at the same time. We came home to […]
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Wine cork board

I’m excited to show you a non-sewing/non-knitting related crafty project I recently finished – my wine cork board! This has been a really long time coming. I got the idea in my head about a year before I left San Francisco to move to London, which was more than three years ago. I collected corks […]
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The Crafty Christmas Club

I’m excited to report I’m taking part in the Crafty Christmas Club this year! Dreamed up by Tilly, the Crafty Christmas Club is a blog about (you guessed it) handmade Christmas gifts. That means, if you’re a member of my family, stop reading now! Actually I’m joining up so I can post about projects I’m […]
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Vegetable harvest

This has nothing to do with sewing or quilting or knitting but since growing veg in a planter on one’s tiny flat balcony¬†does involve a bit of handiwork (mostly on Ed’s part), I thought I’d share a snap of our crops. We decided to harvest all the remaining carrots, parsnips and beetroot as well as […]
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