I love the colours in the mug rug/hot pad(am yet to decide if its a mug rug or a hot pad). The yellow, I think, looks lovely in the afternoon sun and the hexagon flower is one from my collection that would have made it to the grandmother's flower garden quilt. I quilted the background... Continue Reading →
Little kids can be very demanding...not just in terms of time and energy but also skill. My little one wanted a quilt with numbers on it. Then he wanted one with A,B,C on it. By the time I had settled down to make it, he wanted both. I don't have prior experience in needle turn... Continue Reading →
An experiment on making a pouch turned out just right. I referred to a tutorial from Kekya Lou. This was the first time I was using fusible interfacing and the second time for setting a zipper ...but thanks to her lovely tutorial I got a beautiful dumpling pouch ready to use. The outside is a... Continue Reading →
I saw these lovely crochet butterflies at Marie's site and I couldn't resist making a few. They are ideal to be used as brooch on a plain tunic or top.They are cute and turn out perfect, even with someone with rudimentary crochet skills like me 🙂 Linking it to sew Modern Monday And One Thing... Continue Reading →
My grandmother's flower garden quilt made of handmade hexies has been gathering dust for about a month as the flowers are complete but I am yet to start the white hexies for the background. So to embark upon the 'journey of the white hexies', I have made this vibrant embroidered pouch to store the WIP... Continue Reading →
My little boy asked for a penguin after watching little kids on TV playing with them in some international children park. I didn't know what to do but after thinking a while I said, "That gives me an idea!" quoting his favorite character Mister Maker from the series by the same name on CBeebies. I... Continue Reading →
A crib quilt for my friend's 8 month kid ! Linking it to one thing one week Sew Modern Monday and Craftsy Block of the Month.