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    Fabric Hexagons

    This tutorial shows you exactly how to make gorgeous fabric hexagons with very little sewing. In fact, you could glue the completed hexagon together and do no sewing at all! I have made them in various sizes and used them for a couple of different uses. They could be used as a brooch or to decorate just about anything. How about a cushion cover made from them? You Will Need: Fabric of your choice (fat quarters are ideal) A circular template (I used kitchen plates) Fabric Scissors Iron Needle & thread or fabric glue    Step 1: Place your template onto the fabric. Mark the circle. I use an…

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    Felt Mouse Pattern Review

    I have been looking at the House of Zandra patterns and kits for a few years and I finally got on with it and bought one for a felt mouse. Here I will tell you all about my experience with the pattern and provide any tips I can to help you succeed with it. House of Zandra produce patterns for felt animals and they sell complete kits to make animals including the pattern. Once you have purchased a pattern you can make as many animals as you like and sell them if that is your wish. I just purchased the pattern without the felt, thread, etc.  It was £6 but…

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    How to make a Fabric Pinboard

      This tutorial will show you how quick and easy it is to make your own fabric pinboard with a professional finish. It can be completed in an afternoon! This page contains affiliate links meaning I earn a commission if you use those links at no cost to you. I only recommend brands I use and trust. You will need: Corkboard or stretched canvas board. Canvas boards available at The Works and Amazon Enough fabric to cover the board Enough wadding to cover the board Ribbon (plenty, I used 10m and my 2 boards are 40cm x 50cm and 30cm x 40cm) Staple gun and staples Buttons (mine are from Ebay) Thread…

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    Rosemary and Lemon Hand Scrub

    I was meeting up with some friends and I wanted to take a little something for each of them. I came across this great site with lots of ideas and decided to make them all some hand scrub. It is all natural and very useful. All you will need is sugar, lemon, rosemary and olive oil. I will not repeat the instructions here as you can find them at premeditatedleftovers.com. They are incredibly easy to follow. I was able to make the scrub very easily and used rosemary from my own garden so it was very inexpensive to make. When I tried some it really worked well and also left…