2019 is the pig year in the Chinese zodiac, with the Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day around the corner, here is a quick and easy sock pig project to
If you have read my tutorial on the Drinking Straws Coasters, this Drinking Straws Basket is the second level of making something useful by using the drinking straws. Over here,
Please try every effort to recycle all the plastic wastes, they may end up in the ocean if you don’t. It has come to our awareness that our oceans have
Just realized that I haven’t done any sock doll for more than a year, wow, how time flies!!! A while ago I received a message from a reader who is looking
October is a month that’s full of fun activities; kids can have unlimited candies; adults need a shower of ideas on trickery costumes and food; some wants to turn the
If you’ve read my previous post about the drinking water machine I have just installed in my kitchen, you probably have seen this fabric storage box in my pigeon-hole cabinet
Let’s welcome the new year with some curled paper stars and wish upon a star that the new year will be a better year for everyone. Here are my new
It is the end of November, hope you have had a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and families. End of November is also the time to countdown for the Christmas (hurray!!!).
Spring is here and Easter is on its way… I am joining the fun of dyeing some colorful Easter Eggs this year. Making them into Easter Egg Planters that are
This bunny holder amigurumi is not quite a usual "amigurumi" that we stuffed with poly-fill. Click to view how it is done.
I sewed another clothe for my daughter and this time it is a romper with ribbon shoulder straps. The main material of this rompers is from my old knitted sweater,
As an addition to the shorts patterns, this is the toddler size shorts sewing pattern as promised. These toddler knit shorts have the same original design as the kid shorts
This is the last tutorial on how to fully recycle an outgrown denim dress into a 4-piece outfit: make a denim rosette brooch out of a sleeve and it’s hem.
So, you have seen the denim vest and the denim skirt refashioned from an outgrown denim dress in my recent 2 tutorials. Today, the third tutorial in the series is
This is the denim skirt I recycled from an outgrown denim dress I mentioned in the earlier post. This the second part of the recycle project after I made the
This is the first tutorial to start off with the outgrown denim dress recycling series – splitting the denim dress and sew the top part into a denim vest with
This week, I am going to write a series of tutorials on how to recycle/refashion an outgrown jeans dress and sewn it into 4-piece kid’s clothing + accessories. Each recycle-tutorial
Thank you for all the great feedback for liking my Braided Rag Rug. I understand that not everyone has a sewing machine or/and able to sew, so I created this
My mum threw me 2 bundles of old bedsheets she found during spring cleaning. She knows that I love to recycle and able to make something good out from them.
I am so glad that my blog's migration is finally over, phew!!! After numerous sleepless nights fighting against broken links, fine tune the layout (still doing though), adding plugins, widgets, blah blah blah.... I am back to posting again, YAY!!! As promised, here is my first free pattern for the drawstring bag made from T-shirt yarn, yup, another recycle project for the environment. You can click the image below to get the free pattern link in acrobat .pdf format.