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Teacher’s End Of Term Gifts: Beautiful Personalised Notebook and Pen

Teacher’s End Of Term Gifts: Beautiful Personalised Notebook and Pen

I’d always intended to get around to making gifts for the teachers of my little boy’s nursery, as we have handmade them for every gifting occasion for the past two and a half years that he has attended. This year, however, we did not get […]

Making Round Up: Dinosaurs, Manatees And Bats.

Making Round Up: Dinosaurs, Manatees And Bats.

The first half of July has been full of new things I have put my hands to making. It has taken so long, but I have finally found something of ‘me’ in this experience. After sewing for simple necessity, I’ve been enjoying both hand and […]

Growing Paper Plants

Growing Paper Plants

I have given up on green things. I have a love of the wide green outdoors: the kind of outdoors of woodlands and shaded streams rather than sunny spots and beaches. As we are in a flat and so have no garden, and can’t go […]

Putting Together An Isolation Wardrobe

Putting Together An Isolation Wardrobe

I’ve never enjoyed clothes shopping, and I’m happy to wear my clothes until they are worn out and unfixable, so my wardrobe this spring and summer are the same as my wardrobe last spring and summer, but this isn’t working for my four year old […]

Pyjama Days

Pyjama Days

We don’t just have pyjama days anymore. My little boy in particular, likes to have whole pyjama weeks since we started lockdown. Pyjamas are the most comfortable clothes that we own, and right now comfort is very much sought after. Because of this we have […]

You Don’t Need Shoes When Your Isolation Is Carpeted

You Don’t Need Shoes When Your Isolation Is Carpeted

My first bit of personal sewing during the pandemic was a pair of slippers. It seemed as different to a face mask as I could imagine. I reluctantly made a one-person production line of masks for ‘out there’, and slippers were as much of an […]