One of my favourite embroidery projects from Mollie Makes magazine is the pineapple embroidery by Catherine Greenslade.
I’m excited to (finally) let you know that hellohoorayshop is now open on Etsy!
I’m so excited to be telling you all about a very colourful project that I’ve been working on recently. Introducing Crafty Colour Palettes!
I first discovered this perpetual paper chains project a couple of years ago when I bought a copy of Stitch the Halls by What Delilah Did.
We recently had a celebration for Little One’s first birthday. I can’t believe how fast her first year has gone!
Following my appearance on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour last month, I received so many lovely comments about my blog and the show – thank you SO much! It really meant a lot 🙂
I love it when fun things happen unexpectedly, and this week I was approached by BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.
Do you have a list of things that you’d like to make? I have one that’s as long as my arm!
Before having Little One, I managed to make one or two bits and pieces that would come in handy. After having months of not doing too much crafting, I had a couple of weeks where all I wanted to do was bake and sew! 🙂
I have been making this embroidered banner as a house warming gift for one of my best friends over the past few weeks, and now that I have given it to her I can share it with you!
I’m so excited to be guest blogger over at Oh No Rachio! today with my geometric meal planner DIY!
I love pineapples and they’re everywhere right now. Sadly, I’m allergic to real pineapples, but that doesn’t stop me from stitching a pink pineapple embroidery!