From Instagram: Got my patchwork stocking finished on time. #craft #patchwork #nofilter #diychristmas

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From Instagram: African fabric Furoshiki

African fabric to make Furoshiki to wrap festive presents from Canadian to Irishman in the U.K. #weareinternational #moormarket #hopenothate Read More

Fabric twist journal

As part of a recent swap with the amazing and talented Lisa Goddard I got to try something a bit different. The idea was to put together a basic journal with a fabric twist, something that Lisa could use as a jumping off point to try new things but still be able to make her Read More

Repurpose a slogan jumper (don’t stop repealing)

I’m doing my best to reduce my consumption and avoid fast fashion. That said, sometimes something comes along that you feel so strongly about that you must shout it from the rooftops (and wear it across your chest). The world turns, the people speak, tears and/or partying …and you find yourself with an item of Read More

Vintage correspondence case Before and After

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I’m working through my stash and I’ve finally gotten around to starting on the Silk Road sample/rainbow pack from HillTopCloud. This is the beautiful silky sky blue. Read More

Gothic/Witch ephemera – Incoming

Received this amazing swap bundle from the amazing Lisa Goddard (mixed media artist extraordinaire). She has handmade a huge amount of this beautiful dark collection of skulls, flowers, envelopes and miscellaneous ephemera. This is all headed for my recent Gothic Junk  Journal. Read More

Circus Ephemera – outgoing

My first visit to the University of Sheffield Student run iForge maker space and my second attempt at laser cutting.

I was creating these to gift as part of an ephemera swap. When creating my .dfx file I somehow managed to create double cutting lines, resulting in some flames, concerned looks and a less than perfect cut. Oh well, a lesson for the next time.

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Hermione’s Everyday Socks – Knitted

Hermione’s Everyday Socks by Erica Lueder   Yarn: For the Love of Yarn Merino yak, less than 1 skein, colorway= Seascape This was my first attempt at knitting socks, so when the pattern said to knit “until you have reached your desired length” I didn’t realise that what it actually meant was to knit as far as the point Read More

Gothic Witchy Junk Journal

This has been my first attempt at making a Junk Journal . It has been made from The Mammoth Book Of Thrillers, Ghosts & Mysteries published in 1936. 


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Dino Plant Holders

It’s amazing what you can do with a drill, some toy dinosaur and a few succulents. As far as instructions go it’s pretty straightforward.

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Quick and Easy Slouchy Hat – Knitted

Quick and Easy Slouchy Hats by Jessica Gutoski

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Monster High Reroot

This is a Monster High reroot using fantasy dyed goat hair! The hair had a beautiful consistency. I sourced it from a Russian seller on etsy hairfordolls.


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Handspun mottled yarn

I received this beautiful new drop spindle for Christmas and immediately had to take it for a test spin. I’ve had a small piece of mottled fiber hanging around since I picked it up at Yarndale and though that would be a good first run. The spindle spins beautifully. Sadly, the mottled fiber looks much Read More

Spice & Clove Knit and Crochet Pumpkins

This is my recent version of Spice & Clove Knit and Crochet Pumpkins by Hannah Maier The following deviations from the original pattern were made: knitting it flat instead of in the round using a thick pipe cleaner for the stem Read More

Rye / Ruista ranteeseen Fingerless mittens

Pattern: Rye / Ruista ranteeseen by Hanne Katajamäki

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Yarndale 2017 Haul

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Knitted Anatomical Heart

For the more literal of Heart by Kristin Ledgett

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Hearts Knitting Pattern

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PomPom Jar

This is a “Little Jar of Love” team gift for a work college about to get married. We all contributed something along the theme of “Credit-Card security and Love”. I got to be the one to decorate the jar. I think it turned out quite nicely if I do say so myself. 🙂 Read More

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