So I recently learnt how to make my own bias tape and realised how awesome that is because you seriously use bias tape on So Many Things. So I made some bias tape out of this pink stuff that has been lying around since I was a 5-year-old ballerina in a circle skirt, and then … Continue reading Rose themed soft wash cloth
So I was exploring the sewing blogosphere and came across this ridiculously cute little pouch made by MachineGunMama and basically just had to make one for myself. So cayoot! The tutorial I followed is right here - I modified it *just* a tiny bit so that I didn't have rough seams on the inside, but … Continue reading Super cute lined and zippered box pouch
Inspired by Frugal-nomics.
Happy Easter! Find the amazing recipe here.
What you need: Terry towelling Two complimentary cotton fabrics Interfacing Ric-rac A button Cotton, scissors and sewing pins A sewing machine What you do: Be inspired by the rad tutorials over here and here. I take no credit for the originality of these designs! I just thought they were super cute and totally doable. Roll … Continue reading Baby bib and face washer gift set
Him: “Let’s bake something.” Me: “Choc chip cookies?” Him: “Or… super chocolate cookies like last time?” Me: “Yeah, okay, but better.” Result: invented recipe for the best-textured and most amazingly-flavoured cookies ever. Seriously. You should make these in your next spare half hour. We pretty much just combined the last two cookie recipes I posted … Continue reading Delicious gooey chocolate mud cookies
A friend of mine moved into a new place and bought a new, bright red couch. Alas, he had no cushions. What's a girl to do? (I wish I took a photo of the cushions actually on the red couch when I gave them to him! It was a stunning contrast.)
When visiting your boyfriend in a small town and then waiting for your flight home while he is at work, what else would you do other than bake him something delicious? A couple of weeks ago I was in this very situation. I found a super-simple recipe online and modified it ever so slightly to … Continue reading Double dark chocolate rich cookies
An old favourite, these are soft and melty and popular with just about everyone. The recipe is taken and modified slightly from an ancient cookbook that came with a Sunbeam food processor some time in the late 80s/early 90s. The food processor is long gone, but the wonderful recipe lives on! I’ve always made these … Continue reading Classic choc chip cookies