Okay family and friends out there reading this post, avert your eyes. This is a complete spoiler alert, so go away, skip to a different
Every winter I have a nice pile of handmade items to keep me warm when I head outside. With that pile comes a dilemma: Where
One of the main projects in Diane’s and my new ebook Card.Paper.Ribbon. is taking wadded-up wrapping paper and fusing it to cloth, and then sewing
Two weeks ago I posted about the color dilemma with the basket. Dilemma 1: the basket is not a color I like. Dilemma 2: what color
Jason and I are always loosing our keys/phones/wallets/etc, we needed a solution. A key basket right by the front door was the perfect solution. The
I’m going to be riding my bike all over kingdom come in the purest of spring delights. The breeze will be in my hair as
I think at one point or another we have all come across project baskets like this and have been saddened about thier disrepair. How to fix them back up again. I’ll walk you through how I fixed up my own and the pattern for remaking your own. There will also be some ideas on how to remake your own basket: How to deconstruct the fabric and make a pattern from it.
I don’t know if any of you remember from awhile ago when I posted about my Knitting Basket and how it’s broken down and I
I’m facing giving my knitting basket a face lift. Very similar to the story here on Vintage Knitting, my basket is old and broken down
Since making the itty bitty bag, I’ve been stuffing it full of bits of fabric, ribbon, and yarn. Well what to do with all that? I’ve also been piling up the cones of itty yarn. I think “oh this will be great for xyz” and then just never use it, or never as much as I think I will. So some bits of craft leftovers and some remaining yarn on a cone = felted basket goodness. Without having weave in all those ends because of the felting, it’s the perfect thing to use up all those scraps.