Having recently posted about using pillowcases to make bags for NHS dirty uniforms, I have been making more and more, and as with anything one does repetitively, I have found different ways to improve the design and speed of making. Being in lockdown I reorganised my bed linen and decided to re-use the sheets with… Continue reading Recycle sheets to make, dirty uniform, laundry bags for NHS and Care Workers
Since, like the rest of the world, I have been in lock down I have had some time to do research into face mask making, to protect from Covid 19. I was going to create my own pattern but as there are so many mask patterns and videos on line, I decided not to reinvent… Continue reading Make a Face Mask to help protect against Covid 19
The made over chair in Annie Sloan Antibes green The before shot looks quite nice, but believe me, the chair was not in a good state. Recently a friend was throwing out a very old wooden child’s chair. It had been left in a shed for the last fifteen years and the seat was lifting… Continue reading Quick and easy chair transformation. A fun project for an adult to do with a ‘well covered’ child.
As Charleston, the Bloomsbury home of art and crafts, holds the exhibition 'Post impressionism living Omega Workshops' 14 Sept 2019- 19th January 2020 . I interviewed one of the designers selling in their shop, Debbie Siniska. Debbie at work in her studio I know you as a Hooked rug maker, Can you tell me did… Continue reading Meet the hooked rug designer maker, Debbie Siniska
By Fran Heath 2016 Abel’s illustrations copyright Roscoe Cattle 2016 Heather’s illustrations copyright Cleo Cattle 2016 I was browsing in the children’s shop a Pocket Full of Pebbles, in Cowes Isle of Wight when I came across this delightful book by an Isle of Wight author and artist. She has taken a dolls house decorated… Continue reading HOW WE CHOOSE TO PLAY