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Category Archives: Sewing
These are the pieces I was most pleased with in 2012. Keep an eye out for my new blog in 2013. Fluffernutter has served me well over the years but its time for a new start and fresh focus…
Like many people, I’m more than a little in love with Grayson Perry. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl, his biography, was a frank and winning account of his life, from his tough childhood to his success as … Continue reading
Annie’s Attic in Westerham is the perfect setting for craft workshops. When you arrive you’re greated by Jan, the lovely tutor. Each participant has a little brown bag full of all the materials you need. Guided by Jan we each … Continue reading
In June I was lucky enough to return to Sew Over It, for the 1940s Tea Dress weekend. Click here to read about my earlier visit for the Introduction to Dress Making. The goal: this wonderfully flattering 1940s tea dress … Continue reading
Things I’ve made have ended up in some wonderful new homes. These little inklings were made for graphic designer Pete Main, who designed the banner for my blog. He keeps them on his desk at work. Check out his awesome … Continue reading
I’ve been having a bit of a Star Wars mania lately, first I crocheted R2D2, then I machine embroidered a Stormtrooper onto an ipad case for @jbsurrey. ‘Only Imperial Stormtroopers are so precise’
Josephine has a spoon for a spine, and a keyhole to her heart.
Here are my best makes from 2011. Wishing all my lovely readers all good things in 2012 xxx
I’ve always been in awe of dress making. It seems like the ultimate luxury to have a skirt or dress that’s been made exactly to your size and shape. So when I heard Sew Over It was offering an introduction … Continue reading