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The Mr. X Stitch Guide to Cross Stitch
We chat to Jamie, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to cross stitch the Mona Lisa. (Photo by Stacy Grant)
Hi! I'm Mr X Stitch, aka the Kingpin of Contemporary Embroidery and since 2008 I've been changing the way people think about needlecraft.
Recreate the style of eleven royalty in #DIYTheLook with VillainousNinja.
I've always been inspired and encouraged by nature themes. With Autumn just around the corner, I thought: what better theme than a woodland? And when I think about a woodland, of course that means elves and faeries! I've patterned this look roughly after the elves depicted in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, but feel free to modify the look to embody your own favorite elf!
Step into The World of Anna Sui for this week's #CraftInTheCity and make a blue moon neon sign inspired by her exhibition at London's Fashion and Textile Museum.
DetailsAddress: Fashion and Textile Museum, 83 Bermondsey St, London SE1 3XF
Phone: 020 7407 8664
I'm a character designer and illustrator from Brazil. I believe we are here to enjoy life, inspire others and feel inspired. I do my work with the intent to spark inspiration and joy in the audience. I am grateful for being able to work with what I love and I hope it shows in my drawings and paintings.
(Also, you can add my Instagram - where I'm more active on: @daniellepioliart)
Make a salted caramel sauce and raspberry filling in #ABiteToEat with Vegan East in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Create a mermaid hideaway in #DIYTheRoom with Jennie.
Between trying to beat the summer heat at the community pool, and going to see Disney's The Little Mermaid last week, I seem to have mermaids on the brain right now. If a seaside vacation isn't in the budget, how about a little crafty redecorating to make your very own Mermaid Hideaway? A combination of cool blue and turquoise hues, soft furnishings, a few well chosen seashell accessories, some ocean inspired artwork and you'll soon be under the sea!
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Crafting for Cat Ladies
We chat to Kat, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to sew an origami cat pocket.
My name is Kat Roberts. I am an artist, teacher, and craft book writer living in Brooklyn, NY
Come behind the scenes at The BBQ Buddha for a #KitchenTour and see Chris's kitchen in Louisville.
The layout and the flow of my kitchen is the best. With a 12' counter it makes prep and plating a snap. The straight line to my outdoor kitchen is fantastic as I am able to move in and out with ease.