Come behind the scenes at Little Pincushion Studio and tour Annabel's sewing studio in Warrenton, VA.
(Photography by Sunny King Photography.)
I love that my studio is housed in such a historic building. My studio used to be a beauty shop in the 50's.
The facade and windows of the building allow great light to filter in.I also love that the space is big enough for all of my students but also cozy enough to create a feeling of warmth when we are all working together.
Come behind the scenes at Creative Khadija and tour Khadija's craft room in Islamabad, Pakistan.
My Craftroom is not a very big place though but my favorite thing is it's big window which is passing good light in the room whole day, I have placed my craft table near the window & it simply filled my room with perfect brightness! It also pass fresh air in my room & makes me feel good while working on art & craft projects.
Meesh from Right Where I Left Off recreates the chic look of actress Lucy Liu.
Lucy Liu has great style, especially in her show, Elementary. She’s able to dress chicly, but also warmly for that New York cold weather. I love that her style in that show is professional yet relaxed and practical because she spends the entire show running around the city solving crimes with her partner. She keeps it simple, stylish and classic.
Cook some spinach risotto, a pork chop and gravy meatball sliders with Little Owl in New York City.
We're experimenting with Driftaway Coffee for today's Craft Test by baking a simple coffee cake and making a chalkboard tea & coffee chest to keep our beans organized.
Nichol from CholFable recreates the makeup of Lana Del Rey in her Born To Die video and gives her a 60's makeover.
I've always loved Lana Del Rey's old fashioned style and her ability to mix and match different aspects from various time periods.
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We chat to Val, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to knit a rabbit with a carrot.
I am a self taught passionate crafter, learning to knit at just 5 years old. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t knitting something for someone. My love of crafting grew and I progressed from knitting for family and friends to knitting for designers and spinning companies, making test garments and pattern checking. After some time I began to design small projects. I then contacted various magazines and offered my services as a designer. I was very fortunate to be accepted and from then on my career took off.
We head to McMinnville in Oregon to meet niny512 who loves making art dolls!
How did you find CO+K and why did you join?
I stumbled upon CO+K while looking for craft projects sites. I was looking for free tutorials trying to improve my craftiness and had been looking for months without much luck. Then one day I found CO+K and after several days looking through the projects and tutorials available I joined the group because I'd finally found a place that had what I was looking for, a variety of crafty goodness.
What projects are you currently working on?
I have been working on Doctor Who ornaments for my tree, every time I find something that will work on my tree I do it so this will be a year long project. I also am getting ready to decorate a sweater with a TARDIS (Doctor Who) stencil. And my new really big project is redecorating my bathroom.Read the rest of the interview »
Katie recreates the quirky and colourful room of Penny from the TV show, The Big Bang Theory.
I love Penny, i love the fact she swills Pinto Grigio and kisses cut Physicists all day. However, what i love more is her perfectly cute and eclectic bedroom. The clashing colours, funky home wares and plush fabrics really make it a cosy little haven. yes she may be a bit messy, but hey, when you are that cute....who cares! Although it may look at first glance to be more of a child's room, once you take a closer look you realise the stylist has very cleverly merged funky thrifty finds with classic design. Its a room that i want to look at (ahem...live in) all day!