A flat rat is a good rat, and this guy is a very good rat. He even will hold your page for you in your favourite book! The pattern is super easy to follow, and a very quick project (rather like this post!). On the blog, Susan has created a little family of them, all with different tails and matching ears. They are super cute. I especially liked their eyes, but couldn’t find anything similar to use for mine, so I settled with crosses sewn on in yarn. #mrrat is looking after @missblackcass's spot in her book…… #flatrat #projectsbykristy #cute … Continue reading Flat rat!
Oh my gosh, I really enjoyed quilting this. Its only the second quilt that I’ve ever quilted myself, the first being Lincoln’s quilt (I’m not counting my christmas runner!)…. but this was on my new Janome MC 7700. It was so much … Continue reading Mummy and Me Quilt
This tea cosy was so much fun to knit! I made it in August for my grandma’s 80th birthday, and looking back I totally need to make myself one. Here is the finished project: The #teacosy is completed! #happy80thnana #luckyshedoesnthaveinstagram … Continue reading Oh so cute Tea Cosy!
OK so this post is my first post to hopefully explain how to actually create a project. Please comment if this is useful or needs clarification anywhere! With this project – I had a lot of difficulty finding a well … Continue reading Tutorial on how to create a Play mat “bag” (aka Lego mat)