Come behind the scenes at Mel Designs for a #CraftRoomTour and see her craft room.
It's great to have a room that inspires me to create
Crochet a beanie hat in #ShopShowcase with Yarn Shoppe in Denver.
Come behind the scenes at Thyme for a #KitchenTour and see Sarah's kitchen in New Hampshire.
That is a tough question! My stone fireplace in the kitchen is a dream come true. I never thought we would actually put a large floor to ceiling stone fireplace in our farmhouse kitchen but we would only just talk and talk about it forever. I love it and it keeps the kitchen warm and cozy during those long New Hampshire winters. My french Lacanche range competes for favorite with the fireplace. We cook in this range and use the double ovens daily and I don't regret for an instant shipping this beauty from the little village that makes them in France.
Create the perfect room for your cat in #DIYTheRoom with Sophia aka The Dark Vixen.
Cats are amazing. They don’t judge us at all. They comfort us greatly when where sad, whether with a reassuring lick or a rub of the head. They give us so much yet need so little. Here are some projects I’ve chosen inspired by cats that you can make in celebration of these cute and loving creatures.
Come behind the scenes at Sew Can Do for a #CraftRoomTour and see Cheryl's craft room.
It's perfectly positioned to get lots of natural light, but set back with some plants in front so there's no outside distractions.
Come behind the scenes at Margaret's Hooks & Needles for a #KnittingNookTour and see her knitting space in Pawling, New York.
My favorite thing is my comfortable chair. One of the best investments that I ever made in my life. Saves my back etc.
Join Roisin Rose for a #CraftRoomTour of her Northampton studio.
It's light and peaceful and I'm surrounded by all my favourite things.
Cook sweetcorn waffles and cinnamon roll pancakes in #ABiteToEat with Cafe Miami in London.
Recreate Frida Kahlo's bedroom in #DIYTheRoom with Shannan from Bobbin & Fred.
Frida Kahlo’s face is everywhere! We’ve all seen her adorned in flowers, unibrow and moustache on proud display in defiance of our Western ideals of femininity, but how many of us have ventured into her home to see how she lived? A virtual tour round Frida’s summer home, La Casa Azul (the Blue House), shows a riot of colour, pattern and natural woods. It’s a beautiful space and one I wanted to honour and add to. I think Frida would’ve loved the modern craft movement and, although we can see how her bedroom looked back in the 50s, this is how I imagine it might look today. I’ve included splashes of the vibrant colours Frida already has in her home, large blooms she decorated her hair with so why not her lampshades and, even a miniature marionette theatre because Frida used to make her own puppets as well as paint! Frida learned to paint from her bed and was often confined to it for months at a time so I’ve added a crochet quilt, comfy Mexican look cushion, vases for her paintbrushes and, a jewellery display. Frida had a beautiful view into her garden from her bed, so I couldn’t resist adding some mosaic pot plants. I love these warm, homely touches that evoke a sense of Mexico and La Casa Azul and hope Frida would have done too.