- 40s style Dress: Thrift Store
- Shoes: Top Vintage
- Pink Scarf 70s: Vinted
- Earrings: Thrift Store
- Brooch 40s: Thrift Store
- Gloves: Yesstyle
- Bag: 60s Thrift Store
I really don't know :p.
For me, with creativity and passion, everyone can to be a DIY fashionista. ;)
Book of the Week »
Bert's Crochet Baby Blankets eBook
We chat to Amanda, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to crochet a Cornucopia Blanket.
I have been obsessed by crochet & colour my whole life, my ambition is to produce innovative designs which will excite and inspire my readers to pick up a hook and play . I make blankets as they give me a big canvas to experiment with colour and shape. I spent 12 years running The Natural Dye Studio my independent hand dyeing yarn business, I started designing crochet patterns as pattern support for the yarn, over the course of time the yarn became support for the patterns. So in 2015 I closed the yarn business to concentrate on being a full time crochet author. I live in a small village, perched high on a sea cliff on Exmoor, Devon, UK, living in such a amazingly beautiful place inspires and influences a lot of my work.
We head to Tampa, Florida to meet #FeaturedMember Harmonee from Harmonees.creations.
How did you find CO+K and why did you join?
So long ago I do not remember... For fresh and new ideas to add my own twist to!
What projects are you currently working on?
Decorating more Wiccan besoms, Decorating vintage boxes, jewelry making, garden themed crafts!Read the rest of the interview »
Bake a batch of Banana Cupcake in #ABiteToEat with Three Girls Cupcake Shoppe in Berea, Ohio.
Come behind the scenes at In Color Order for a #CraftRoomTour and see Jeni's craft room in New Haven.
My favorite thing about my space is the natural light, no question. My previous space was very dark and had only one small north facing window, so I really appreciate natural light where I work. I have two big windows that get morning sun, so I rarely need to use a lamp or the overhead light.
Book of the Week »
A Beginner's Guide to Kumihimo
Our #BookOfTheWeek is A Beginner's Guide to Kumihimo by Donna McKean-Smith. We chat to Donna, give you a chance to win the book from Search Press and learn how-to bead a Flower Motif Bracelet.
I'm Donna proud mother to 3 wonderful boys and self confessed beading addict! I founded Riverside Beads & Crafts in 2001 and my passion for crafting and beading has grown ever since!