Author Archives: Emma Louise

Homemade Art

I love seeing the photos and artwork that people have up around their homes. My husband is really into photography and has a decent camera and the skills to enhance his images with photo editing programs. However, as you can … Continue reading

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Simply Scrumptious Sewing

I am so pleased with this little number I managed to sew up yesterday evening. About a couple of months ago now I ordered Emma Hardy’s book ‘Making children’s clothes’ as I had seen it on Amazon and fell in … Continue reading

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A winter warmer

When my son was about 2 months old, I made him a fleece blanket in preparation for a cold winter. Little did I know, my daughter who is a very girly girl claimed it as her own but as the … Continue reading

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Baby Car Seat Canopy

One of my best friends was due her second baby just before Christmas and I desperately wanted to make her something gorgeous but also practical as a baby shower gift. I pulled out every sewing book, looked at patterns and … Continue reading

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What a busy month

Wow, what a whirlwind, I really don’t know where the last month has gone. I assure you though that my creative juices have been flowing and I have much to show you. October is a big month in our house … Continue reading

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KCWC Day Three

Well the skirt was a hit. Freya absolutely loved it and insisted on wearing it as soon as she was out of bed. Result! I realise that I am now blogging a day behind but I ran out of time … Continue reading

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Kids Clothes Week Challenge

I have been excited about this challenge since the weekend, when I was made aware by Laura that this Elsie Marley creation existed. It is called the Kids Clothes Week Challenge (KCWC) and involves committing one hour a day for … Continue reading

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Beautiful bean bags

I have long been creating replicas of brilliantly crafty people’s work finding inspiration either from books, things I’ve stumbled across in shops, or most recently the marvelous World Wide Web. About three months ago I quite by chance came across … Continue reading

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