Featured

I have news!

Hi peeps, I hope that you’re doing well. I just wanted to share a bit of news with you all. I’ve changed my selling platform from Etsy to Numonday. My Numonday shop name is WittiKnitty: https://www.numonday.com/shop/wittiknitty-store/  I’ve been looking around for a few months to find another selling platform that doesn’t have excessive seller fees. …

Continue reading I have news!

Postcard pouch, Bee sew a long cushion, Happy mail swap.

Hi peeps, I hope that you’re all doing well. I'm having a Christmas sale in my Etsy shop at the moment. The link is on my website and if you buy something then please send me a message with your order so I can give you an extra small discount, as a way of saying …

Continue reading Postcard pouch, Bee sew a long cushion, Happy mail swap.

My latest projects: sewing pouches, needle cases, and denim bucket bags

Hi peeps, I hope that you’re all doing well. This week I’d like to talk about a few more of my craft projects that I made earlier this year. Firstly, I decided to make a few sewing themed pouches to hold stitch markers, paper clips, sweets, or other small items in. I’ve made quite a …

Continue reading My latest projects: sewing pouches, needle cases, and denim bucket bags

How to sew a fabric bookmark – free sewing pattern

Hi Peeps, I hope that you’re all doing well. I want to share a free sewing pattern for you today – fabric bookmarks. What you need: Outer fabric, lining fabric, interfacing (optional), sewing thread, scissors, ruler. Cut fabric and interfacing pieces to 10 inches in length and 3 inches wide.Attach the interfacing to the lining …

Continue reading How to sew a fabric bookmark – free sewing pattern

Bag making series part four – hardware: d rings, clasps, zips, buttons etc.

(This post includes a coupon code for my Etsy shop!) Hi peeps, I hope that you’re all doing well. 😊 This week let’s talk about hardware. Firstly, what is it? The hardware for your bag, are things like: D rings, O rings, magnetic clasps, swivel lock, swivel hooks, bag feet, tri sliders, lobster clasps, etc. …

Continue reading Bag making series part four – hardware: d rings, clasps, zips, buttons etc.

Bag making series – part three: pockets

Bag making series – part three: pockets Hi Peeps, I hope that you’re doing well. Pockets are so great, versatile, and practical, and are relatively easy to make. You could hand sew them onto projects too, depending on the type of look you want to create. A touch of hand sewing, here and there, can …

Continue reading Bag making series – part three: pockets

Bag making series – part two: closures and handles

Hi peeps, I hope that you’re all doing well. 😊 Closures: There are a few ways to close your bag. Here are a few suggestions: Button: either on its own with a buttonhole or add a piece of elastic for the button to go around to make a simple closure, this way is useful if …

Continue reading Bag making series – part two: closures and handles