Fold your own little Clockwork Orange character.
Adorable and gruesome all in one, Zombie Felties by Nicola Tedman & Sarah Skeate will teach you how to "raise 16 gruesome felt creatures from the undead".
Filled with adorable dead animals, basic zombies and people from the afterlife, stitch a Zombie Kitty, a Dead Ducky, scary Pumpkin Head monsters, Day Of The Dead sugar skulls, a Zombie Undertaker with sequin brain, Thrilla Michael Jackson and Pirate Zombie.
There's even instructions for folding a paper coffin to keep your finsihed zombies in, so it's definitely time to stitch and raise the dead.
Adorable and patriotic, show off your pride with American pie cupcakes!
Comprising of essays written by John Berry, dot-font: talking about fonts explores the world of typography and the impact that the technology of the 21st century has had on the art.
Opinionated and witty, editor and designer Berry discusses different font designs, typography designers and font creation technology. Whether to aesthetically please the viewer, make a visual statement through design or simply make text easier to read, there's a lot more to typography than meets the eye.
Entertaining yet critical, this is a book for those who like to look beyond what's written down.
Embellish a mirror with spools of thread for the perfect accessory for your craft room.
Wake up to a healthy breakfast this weekend with some homemade granola.
Wanna look Gagalicious? Here's some projects to help you DIY the look:
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As whacky and original as it's author Pip Lincolne, Meet Me At Mike's invites you to step in to her creative world.
Filled with 26 projects for making a range of quirky accessories, homeware and clothing, all the patterns you need are included. Make some Phoney Flowers, a Fabric Backgammon Board, Flower & Bird Coasters, Hand-Printed Friendship Hankies, a Mini Quilt and an ornate Ephemera Mobile.
Invite your friends over for a craft night or indulge in some solo crafty fun at home with Meet Me At Mike's.
Did you use to play with pick up sticks when you were in Primary School? Now you can make your own!
Cat recreates the casual style of Twilight actress Kristen Stewart.
Want to steal the style of Twilight actress Kristen Stewart? Here are some DIY projects to get her casual punky look.