Create a Mad Hatter inspired tea room in #DIYTheLook with MischievousRaven.
I absolutely love the madhatter in Alice and wonderland, and wish i had my own crazy looking tea room. I know that the madhatters tea party is usually in a garden of sorts but if he had a room, these are some of the things i would love to see in his tea room.
Join us at the Edinburgh Yarn Festival for #CraftInTheCity and make a Knitting Hands Necklace.
The 4th Edinburgh Yarn Festival will take place on the 10th and 11th March, 2017 at Edinburgh's Corn Exchange.
DetailsAddress: Edinburgh Corn Exchange, 10 New Market Rd, Edinburgh EH14 1RJ
Phone: 0131 477 3500
Create a Magical Unicorn Party in #DIYTheParty with Kepi.
Unicorns bring happiness, nostalgia and magic. Step into a fantasy land with these mythical creatures and celebrate with beautiful bright colors and sweet delights.
Knit a Color Dipped Hat and crochet a Granny Square Blanket in #Shop Showcase with Purl Soho in New York
Come behind the scenes at Little Luxuries Loft for a #CraftRoomTour and see AlleC's office in Vancouver.
My work space isn't very big but it is pretty versatile. I can set up my studio lights on my craft desk for photos and then pack them away when I'm done. I can sit at my desk to do sketching or assemble my paper crafts.
Recreate the style of actress Kate Winslet in #DIYTheLook with Lydia from Sassy Sparrow.
I love Kate and her style so much. She is classic and beautiful and has this sort of innate grace and serenity that just rolls off of her and I think translates into her personal street style. She wears a lot of neutrals and her clothes seem relaxed and comfortable but also polished and classic!
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Make it With Air-Dry Clay
We chat to Fay, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to make a Lidded Coil Pot.
I am a London based ceramicist, first graduating in 2004 in ceramics design at Central Saint Martin’s and returning to study at Farnham University for the Creative Arts, completing a Masters in Contemporary Craft, specialising in ceramics, in 2012. Since graduating I have participated in events and exhibitions in England, Japan, Bali, Milan, Bahrain, Dubai and the USA. I am an active maker, involved in many roles related to my practice. I teach, was a technician for 11.5 years, write articles, create pieces for commission and exhibitions. I also ran a business and workshop for 5 years before completing an MA, in a National Trust property and now work from a studio at home. I have been a trustee and council member for London Potters since 2005, organising many ceramic related events.