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Posted January 13th, 2011 16:26

These moustache lollipops would be perfect for a costume party!

Check out the recipe from Prudent Baby »





Posted January 11th, 2011 13:25

Brighten up your shoes with a cute pair of shoe clips.

Check out the how-to from Craft Snob »







Posted January 7th, 2011 11:39

Yum, these lavender and lemon cookie sandwiches sound delicious!

Check out the recipe from Shoplifting In A Ghost Town »





Posted January 5th, 2011 14:42

It's the New Year and time to de-clutter your wardrobes. Here's a great project for turning unwanted t-shirts in to braided coasters.

Check out the how-to from Homework »







Posted December 24th, 2010 17:46

If you haven't been very good this year, knit up this tiny stocking to hold all your presents from Santa.

Check out the how-to from Pie Knits »





Posted December 24th, 2010 00:41

If you don't have lots of space for a Christmas tree, this felt table top tree is the thing for you!

Check out the how-to from Bleu Arts »





Posted December 21st, 2010 16:41

A more crafty and less destructive form of graffiti is taking over the streets and in the book Yarn Bombing, Mandy Moore & Leanne Parin explore the new art of guerilla knitting and crochet.

Exploring knit graffiti across the streets and meeting the people behind the yarn, discover how the movement started and see examples of yarn bombing in action. Once you've been inspired to give it a go for yourself, learn everything you need to know from measuring and blocking to gathering your crew and stitching projects such as Monster Feet, a Knitted Tulip and a Treesweater.

Grab your sticks and give the streets a taste of your own yarn bombing!

You can pick up a copy of the book now from Arsenal Pulp Press »





Posted December 19th, 2010 16:21

Cath Kidston is back with her third book, Stitch! dedicated to the traditional and kitsch craft of needlepoint and cross-stitch.

The perfect way to add a touch of vintage chic to your home, the book features 30 exclusive Cath Kidston designs along with all the stitch techniques you need. Create your own Spot Cushion, Spray Clutch Bag, Union Jack Cushion, Stanley Pencil Case, Motif Badges, Provence Rose Pincushion, Stripe Rug and Spot Tea Cosy.

The book comes complete with all the materials you need to make an adorable garden flowers purse, so you're only a few pages away from your first needlepoint project.

You can pick up a copy of the book now from Quadrille »

Quadrille will also be releasing Mini Sew! which comes out in February, so keep an eye out for it.





Posted December 19th, 2010 15:55

Crochet an adorable snowman for your Christmas tree.

Check out the how-to from Roxycraft »





Posted December 19th, 2010 01:03

Textile designer Laura Wilhelm will teach you everything you need to know about Stylish Sewing in her new book, which includes 35 easy-to-follow projects for all the family.

With all the instructions you need to create a stylish and comfortable living space, learn how to create a variety of furnishings, home accessories, toys, and closes. Sew a Comfortable Floor Cushion, Camera Case, Summery Strawberry Bag, Fabulous Patchwork Quilt, Patterned Tidy, Decorative Table Runner and a Fashionable Apron.

Complete with all the fold-out patterns you need, it's never been easier to decorate your home and yourself with fresh, contemporary designs.

You can pick up a copy of the book now from Search Press now »



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