This is a template for a home group.
This cheese cloth top came from a jumble sale (50p). It was a bit plain so I added some embroidery from Urban Threads. I've used this particular set of designs for so many things it has become a habit!
I've had this in the back of mind to try for a few days, but I've been a bit busy with other things. ;) I wanted to put the current UT freebie on a tea towel, but I didn't have any plain ones suitable. So, I embroidered the design onto white cotton
I've never embroidered jeans before, but I was browsing Urban Threads and saw the tutorial about how to do pockets. I thought they had a really good idea about not unpicking the whole pocket. (Just leave a few stitches attached at the top.) The rest of t
Bag made in the hoop and decorated with a lovely design from Urban Threads. It has a magnetic fastener. I wish I had put the liming in the flap the other way up, but I didn't think it through. I hope the crease in the imitation leather disappears w
This is my second sketch book/artist's companion. I'm not 100% chuffed with it but I think the friend I've made it for will like it. The pockets on the inside for pencils etc were done in the hoop. The design on the front is from Urban Threads. It has
These are my entries for the Urban Threads colouring competition. Please look out for them in the shortlist for voting which should appear in a week or so. I forgot to say that the hoop design is coloured in with permanent markers and the zipped purse
Birthday gift for my sister in law. They say that colouring in is the new Sudoku so this should be bang on trend! The jeans purse contains a set of fabric markers. Has anyone entered the Urban Threads colouring competition?
A bag to cheer up a friend who is having chemotherapy. I hope she doesn't notice that the greenman (from Urban Threads) isn't quite in the centre of the text (a song lyric.) There is a zipped pocket in the back of the bag. I used a leafy fancy stitch
Yet another summer top with an ITH neckline. This time I used the "delicate neckline" from Urban Threads and added the part to stitch the facing myself. The fabric is cheese cloth - recycled from a voluminous sundress rescued from the jumble (which stil
Crochet hook case to go with the knitting needle case I made a couple of weeks ago. The elastic loop is the fastening, but I may take it off as the fairy doesn't kook too comfortable with it around her middle!