We're still big kids at heart, so it's no surprise that we love Louise Kelly's new book, Sew Your Own Dolls! Once you've made your basic doll shape, you can move onto sewing adorable outfits to dress them up. We've chosen this cute spring-time dress, modeled here by the lovely Kayla.
This on-the-go changing mat is so simple to make it's a perfect project for beginner's. Choose your own colours and patterns of fabric to make it personal to you, or to give as a great practical gift for anyone who has a baby or toddler. How to sew an on-the-go changing mat Keep baby clean and fresh with this easy-make changing mat, which uses both ultra-soft toweling and wipe-clean oilcloth to give two changing surfaces that will allow you to deal with whatever life throws at you! The mat can be folded up and secured with snap fasteners, so you...
With a simple cross-stitch pattern to follow and instructions for cross-stitching onto just about any fabric you like, Hannah Sturrock shows you how to use the beautiful craft of cross-stitch to personalise or decorate your baby’s clothes. We think this will be the perfect spring or Easter-time outfit for your little one!
Follow these beginner's sewing instructions to make your own lavender bag in no time at all. All you will need is a few sewing basics and your favourite fabric scraps. Speedy, simple and scentilicious; this is the perfect homemade gift!
Why pay 5 pence for a plastic carrier bag when you could be helping the environment and looking stylish with this lovely oilcloth shopper? Torie Jayne has designed a shopping bag that is both pretty and practical - follow her simple instructions to make your own oilcloth shopper.