I crochet, make teddy bears, crochet again and make puppets. I am a specialist of grassrope and a novice in felt, I aim at making my own clothes, but lack the guts, for the moment being.

I am adventurous in ideas and slightly obsessed when I have a new one. I have many projects and work hard to finish them more and more.

Do not hesitate to contact me, I'll soon post more of what I do, and on this lovely thought, a happy non-birthday to you.

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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
Hi you're very welcome, i love them, sooo funny and well done.
i don't have at the moment such spoons but i can use other stuff like old paint brushes. i will add it to your project, but i'm in the middle of a moving so be paitence;-D
I like the idea of recycling and love to do that,
Hey i see you're a new one sort of, so welcome to this site and hope you like it here a lot and having lots of fun;-D
see you've made yourself allready some friends, that's awesome.
Love your avatar picture, very very beautiful.
hey have a great fun creative weekend,;-D
Sheila Squirrel
Sheila Squirrel
Hi again and thanks for the friend request. Yey another alternative ;) I'm a Whitby regular. If you look at my Tall hat project I'm wearing one of my 'Whitby' outfits from last October/Samhain. We go to the Resolution, Angel and Sexy Sunday gigs at Metropol. Sometimes we get tickets for Spa but it's a bit awkward this year. There's been a split between Top Mum and Dark Daisy productions so they are looking at doing different weekends..grrr. It means there will be bands one weekend and fringe events on the other. Stall holders are up in arms as to which one to do. I was considering doing a stall but I'm not sure now. We didn't go to the Spa this year, apparently Wayne Hussey wasn't up to much and forgot his words...Lol. I'm not too bad at explaining how to make stuff so just ask Happy
Sheila Squirrel
Sheila Squirrel
Hello Delphine and welcome to CO&K's crafting family. Thank you for faving my mad hatter headband. If you want to give making your own clothes a try cut up old clothes that you are going to throw away. You can make patterns from things you know fit you and you know you like the design of that way. I get fabric from clothes in second hand shops to make things. It's a cheap way to practice. You could also use curtain lining fabric to practice with as it is fairly cheap and easier to sew. Message me if you feel brave enough to have a go and need any help. Happy crafting and a very merry un-birthday to you ;)