www.craftster.org and search your local market for a magazine stall, they ofte do the easier sewing mags very very cheap.Shirleymouse wrote:I wish I could sew! I am so impressed by people who can and all those things in the photos are so lovely. I think learning to sew might be a project for after my wedding, I'll have some time on my hands then! Can anybody suggest a good book/website etc to start me off?
Have you made something and want to show it off? This is the place for your photos or just talk about the things that you have made or would like to make. All crafts from knitting and crochet to woodwork, in fact anything that you have made!
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I love the bag and the little jersey ... wish I could knit and crochet but I was never taught as a child and even though I've tried over the years to have a go I just don't seem to have the knack.