Seriously, these pouches are just the cutest little things. The idea came to me just before the Easter celebration because I wanted little pouches that I can fill with mini chocolate eggs for my children. I already knew I didn't want a single use pouch. I wanted reusable ones because sustainable gift giving is definitely… Continue reading Reversible and Reusable Pouch
There is a drawer in my kitchen, jam packed with tea towels that are so cute and colourful but are actually rubbish at doing their job - to dry wet dishes. They have some sort of coating on them that doesn't seem to wash off even after a few spins in the washing machine. So… Continue reading Tea towel tote bags
Turns out that there is quite a lot of fabric you can get from a pair of old jeans. I have a selection of a few pairs of unwanted jeans when my daughter outgrew them in lockdown and decided to repurpose them into something useful. After making a few zipper pouches from just one leg… Continue reading Wristlet key fob from unwanted old jeans
If like me, you’ve had the luxury of time to sort out your wardrobe in this lockdown, then you’ll have a bundle or two on a heap, ready for recycling or destined for a popular auction site. In our case, it wasn't so much a result of finding unwanted or unloved pieces of clothing. We… Continue reading Repurposed old jeans into zipper pouches
If you ended up here, it is very likely that you've already known me from my previous crafting venture. And if you are those very small number of people who know me from my Facebook years, I feel that I owe you an explanation as to why I have decided to steer my path onto… Continue reading Remember Me?
When I first started sewing, I didn't quite know how to equip myself with the basic sewing paraphernalia. I knew the obvious ones like needles and threads but the absence of some of the most basic essentials has proven to cause quite a frustration. It can make you unwillingly stop mid project and potentially lead… Continue reading Basic sewing necessities