Zip-away tote
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1M ago
  Another gift sewn, this time a bunch of zip-away totes which are great for shopping trips. You can tuck multiple into your bag or hang one from your key ring. Easy! Check out my Youtube tutorial here.... on how I made mine. I'd love it if you popped over to my YouTube channel & subscribed to it & even liked some of my videos. Every like, every follower, every comment is like a great big hug!  If you need more Crafty Inspo, then check out my shoppable lists here.... I utilise affiliate (aff) links throughout my blog as a way to help me keep crafting. If you c ..read more
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10 minute gift idea
CraftyRie
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1M ago
  Yes, you read the title correctly, sew an awesome gift for someone in 10minutes! In fact, you can cut & sew (& stuff) the entire gift in under 15 minutes! No pattern needed. So what are you waiting for, go check out my Youtube tutorial (here: https://youtu.be/6V4mDRJ7Icw)  & see how it's done (I've even included a timer, so you can truly see how fast it takes me).  The fabric is soft, smooth & totally awesome;  it's velvet and you can get it either here....    or here.... (if in Australia). I'd love it if you popped over to my YouTube channe ..read more
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The cutest Secret Santa gift
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1M ago
  If you need an idea for possibly the cutest gift ever, then stay tuned! I made this super cutie pouch as a secret santa gift .. it's so soft, fluffy, squishy, colourful and useful too! Check out the tutorial on how I made it here:   It really was easy to sew! I'd love it if you popped over to my YouTube channel & subscribed to it & even liked some of my videos. Every like, every follower, every comment is like a great big hug!  If you need more Crafty Inspo, then check out my shoppable lists here.... I utilise affiliate (aff) links throughout my bl ..read more
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Sunday afternoon
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2M ago
  I had a nice quiet Sunday afternoon: I sat inside with the kids and whilst they were playing video games, I crocheted a Christmas present. Isn't it just absolutely adorable! As soon as I put eyes on it, it just came to life and now my son wants me to make him one too!  Pattern is from here: https://amzn.to/3B4EthR or if you're in Australia (like me), then you can get it from here......  Yarn, I used stuff from my stash but you could also use this green or maybe this pretty green too. Eyes: I used this type. I'd love it if you popped over to my YouTube channel &a ..read more
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The Skull Cowl
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2M ago
  Joe turns 12 in a few weeks and I wanted to knit him something as he loves wearing handmade. Choosing something to knit a preteen is difficult, it's not about what I think he'll cute in but rather what he would choose to wear & like wearing.  When I discovered this skull pattern, well, it kinda just ticked all the boxes. The pattern actually comes as either a scarf or a cowl, I chose the cowl version and also chose the bulky yarn version so I had a chance of finishing it before his birthday. You can't tell from these photos but the yarn is actually a dark hunter green. The p ..read more
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Thinking of useful things
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2M ago
With the end of the year approaching, I'm starting to think what to give as gifts, what would be appreciated to receive as a gift and what is something that I would love giving. For me, the best gifts to give are useful gifts as those gifts that are just given & put away in a cupboard are just a waste of time & money.  I love giving gifts that are used, they can be eaten straight away, planted & grown, used daily or popped somewhere to make life brighter.  Image via Teapro So I've decided to list below some useful gifts, gifts that you'd love to give and more imp ..read more
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Bilbo Battins
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3M ago
I just finished crocheting this cute bat, I've named him Bilbo Battins, do you think it suits him? It's for Joe for his upcoming birthday (in December), I'm actually organised early! To be honest, I had originally planned on crocheting a shark for Joe but when I saw this cute lil bat with those gorgeous big ears, well, I kinda fell for him! The bat is so soft & squishy thanks to the yarn that I used. I used this yarn from the lovelies over at American Yarns who are based in Victoria, Australia. The pattern is this one, it was an easy pattern to crochet. I'd totally appreciate your ..read more
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A new toy to play with!
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3M ago
  Forgive the slightly crappy photos but I wanted to show you what I've been working on and I honestly didn't have a chance to take good photos as Joe took them both straight away to try them on & didn't give them back as he loved them too much! Firstly, I need to tell you that I made them entirely on an overlocker (serger) that I got for my birthday a last week. Hubby asked me what I wanted for my birthday, so I sent him a link of what I really, really wanted and wowzer, he bought me it!  Such a lovely surprise, I've been wanting one for years but after I borrowed Mum's I didn't ..read more
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The Cutest Pouch Ever!
CraftyRie
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4M ago
  These lamb pouchs are possibly the cutest things that I've ever sewn! It's a great stash buster, as you can use smaller pieces for the ears, the 'fringe' and you could even use different fabrics for the front & back. I filmed myself making it, if you wanted to see someone doing it..  maybe because you're keen on sewing some for gifts now too?  I think it would also even look cute as a bag, with a small D ring sewn to the top (at the end of the zips) and an adjustable strap to go over your body. Youtube clip here: https://youtu.be/quBz-KQkaSc Pattern here: https ..read more
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The Barbie Onesie
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4M ago
  I knitted this super cute Barbie cat onesie for Delaney's 9th birthday. She loved it, she also told me that her Barbies love it too and could I please knit some more! It's a great stash buster as it doesn't use much yarn, pattern is this one.... I'd totally appreciate your support if you popped over to my YouTube channel & subscribed to it or even liked or commented some of my videos! If you need more Crafty Inspo, then check out my shoppable lists here.... I utilise affiliate (aff) links throughout my blog as a way to help me keep crafting. If you click on an aff li ..read more
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