We love this quote!
‘Clean out a corner of your mind and creativity will instantly fill it.’
Crafting and being creative is such a pleasure to fill your mind with, don’t you agree?
This week we are sharing some fabulous crafty goodness, that’s sure to make a happy place in that corner of your mind 🙂
Enjoy and happy crafting!
How to Crochet the Basket Weave Stitch
The Make and Do Crew have you covered, if you’ve ever wanted to learn how to crochet the Basket Weave Stitch. Doesn’t it look lovely 🙂
Late Summer by Little Cotton Rabbits
Julie’s post about her knitting projects and the photography of the wonderful happenings in her garden is glorious. Julie really invites you into her creative life with beautiful, heartfelt writing.
DIY Punch Rug Artwork for Beginners
With the popularity of latch hook and punch rugs returning to the craft scene, this is a great tutorial for beginners. Learn how to make Punch Rug Artwork by Francesa at Fall for DIY. Rug making techniques are going to be seen more and more in the crafting space this fall 🙂
Dot-to-Dot: Quilting With Piecing as Your Guide
Learn how to create this gorgeous technique, with Craftsy Instructor Angela Waters. Her online course covers quilting a range of geometric designs using the dot-to-dot method, which requires little to no marking.
The ‘Waiting For Bluebells’ Winter 1915/16 day dress
Leimomi Oakes, a textile and fashion historian, sewing teacher, writer and speaker has lots of historical sewing inspiration on her site. Fascinating reading and viewing about sewing patterns/projects in a bygone era.
Ideas for Cooking In The Fall
There’s some great wellness ideas and recipes for the upcoming fall season in this article.
Knitting In The News Around The World…
The call has gone out to knitters and crocheters from around Australia to help create 60,000 poppies to mark the centenary of the end of World War I in November 2018. Read the full article here. Photo credit: Siobhan Heanue ABC News
Hope you enjoyed this week’s craft inspiration roundup.
Please share any projects you have on the go, via the comment section below.
Yours in Craftiness Emily 🙂