Come behind the scenes at Sunset Cat Designs for a #KnittingNookTour and see Stephannie's work area in California.
We have a really small house, a 1920s Spanish Revival bungalow, but I love how cosy it is, and how the architectural details were maintained. My desk is in the nook off the dining room, and gets a ton of natural light. I can watch the crows play in our fig tree while I work.
Mix The Baudin and Lexington cocktails in #ABiteToEat with Twelve Mile Limit in New Orleans.
Come behind the scenes at Studio Katie for a #CraftRoomTour and see Katie's craft space.
The windows above my desk! They let in so much light, which is great for working by and taking photos.
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We chat to Alina, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to knit a Seed Rib Stitch Pom-pom hat.
I am Alina, a creator of The Gift Of Knitting website, passionate knitter and knitwear designer. I spend all my free time knitting, taking photos of yarn, preparing blog posts and browsing knitwear blogs. Literally there is no day without knitting in my life. I love it with all my heart and feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to share it with so many people.
We're getting creative with Harris Tweed for this week's #FabricTest and showing you how to make a pair of tweed Converse, a red carpet bow-tie and a tweed pocket satchel!
London Fashion Week kicked off today at Store X, just along from Somerset House in the heart of London, ready to show off what's in store for Spring/Summer 2019.
Create an art deco inspired soiree in #DIYTheParty with campaspe.
The Art Deco style is a total art that influenced the design of fashion, furniture, cars, trains and more generally of almost all the objects in a household. It was an international style, influenced as well by the cubism, fauvism and exotic styles from China and Japan and therefore it still speaks to people in different country. It is classy, yet inexpensive and easy to adapt to all circumstances: mostly you will only need a black and white printer and a little bit of glue. Therefore it’s also an ideal theme for marriages and parties. For example, it’s a nice decor for Hercule Poirot style murder parties or treasure hunts since most of the town still have building from this style: To gather some friends, take pictures from details on these building that they will have to recognize on a path through the town.
We're testing out the Scribbler 3D Pen in #CraftTest and showing you how-to make a Sugar Skull Vase, Cat Ear Ring, London Eye Terrarium and DIY Cookie Cutters.