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Hide Your Arms have put together a huge list of projects for recycling tshirts. There's quite a few CO+Kers on there too.

Check out the list on Hide Your Arms now.

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Last week CO+K were at London Fashion Week and we've put together a handy little crafting guide for keeping up with the latest trends.

Animal Ears

Animal ears are all over the catwalk at the moment - floppy bunny ears, cat or mouse ears, and horns. Luckily, you don't have to fork out for the pricey Louis Vuitton versions, when you can make your own.

Check out our earns & horns tutorials >>

Gothic Glamour

Black is definitely back, so put some lacy romance in to your wardrobe with some DIY gothic couture.

Projects tagged with gothic >>

Union Jacks

Show your love for all things British with a Union Jack and be inspired by Alexander McQueen.

Turn a flag into a t-shirt >>

Make a flag pin >>


It's the perfect time to add some sparkle to your outfits, something that Ashish demonstrated perfectly with their show. So grab a stash of sequins and start embellishing.

Projects using sequins >>

Cookie dough and cupcake in one bite?! This sounds amazing.

Check out the recipe from How To Eat A Cupcake.

Pick of the Week »

Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:

Bend a fork bracelet, sew a recycled denim corset, cook homemade poptarts and itty bitty cupcakes, make a projector slide window hanging, crochet toy Mario blocks for a baby and a pumpkin toilet paper cozy, turn tape rings in to a gorgeous pendant, dye a fringey fall scarf and multicolored tights, wake up to bacon in pancakes, decorate a witch candy dish for Halloween, turn a tshirt into a headband, sew a watermelon apron and kawaii strawberry bag, make flower hair clips and learn easy flower arranging.

If you're looking for a place to store earrings, beads and other little trinkets, then these matchbook drawers would be ideal.

Check out the tutorial from Things To Make And Do.

These crunchy frog chocolates may seem a little gory but would make awesome Halloween snacks.

Check out the recipe from Evil Mad Scientist.

Craft Finds »

If you've ever wanted to learn how to make origami cranes, then here's a simple to follow animation which will teach you how.

Check out the animation from Origami.co.uk.

Books »

Claire Young's The Perfect Handmade Bag is filled with tutorials for creating stylish bags and with 35 designs to choose from, you'll definitely find the perfect bag for you.

Featuring a range of styles, including clutches, totes, shoulder bags and purses, there's a bag suited to every occasion and with easy to follow step-by-step instructions, crafting them is as easy as can be. Look stylish with an elegant Pearl Button Evening Bag, adorable Ruffle-Top Purse, Floral Scrap Tote and classic Tweed & Silk Scarf Purse. There's even a tutorial for turning packing and junk mail in to a tote bag.

Carry your belongings in style this Autumn with a handmade bag which is completely you.

You can pick up a copy of the book from CICO Books now.

Recipe Finds »

If you love peanut better then this would be the best birthday cake ever, it's smothered in peanut butter and layered with Reese's cups. Yum!

Check out the recipe from Annie's Eats.

Craft Finds »

If you're in need of a quick Halloween costume, turn a pack of playing cards in to a top hat.

Check out the from WireSmash.

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