Monday 9 December 2013

Show & Tell #12

Long time readers will know that I used to write the occasional "Show and Tell" post, sharing some of the awesome things my customers made with the felt and other craft supplies they bought from me (back when I sold that sort of thing). Getting to see what people have been making with things they've bought from you was definitely one of the best things about selling supplies!

It's been over a year since I last wrote a Show & Tell post, and I miss them! So, today I am sharing...

a) some lovely things people made from my supplies many moons ago (photos of which have been sitting gathering dust in a file on my computer for a while - apologies everyone!)

and b) some stuff people have been making using the patterns from my books and tutorials :)

First up, people making things from my supplies...

Katy at Threadmark made some charming felt flowers:

Rodoula used some of my mini embroidery hoops to make fun Christmas ornaments:

Bigbluebed made these pretty felt flowers:

Serena at Capello A Bombetta made a gorgeous cushion:

Over at Medlar House Mice some pastel felt became some very cute mice:

And at Mad's Monster Emporium, some purple felt became wings for Phylisss:

N.B. I no longer sell felt or other craft supplies. If you're looking for some felt suppliers, check out my post about where to buy felt in the UK and if you're looking for mini embroidery hoops you can find some links here.

And now, people making things from my patterns...

Muriel at Mumu Boutique used the commercial-use version of my felt bauble pattern to make iron-on appliques, which you can buy in her shop:

Kejtiss used my gingerbread house pattern from Fa La La La Felt to make lots of ornaments...

... and used the bat ornament from my book, Super-Cute Felt, as part of a halloween mobile:

Rosie used the same bat pattern to make this glitter-y garland for Halloween:

Paula made a gadget case using the hedgehog phone cosy pattern from Super-Cute Felt, and combined two patterns from the book (a sewing-themed brooch and a needlecase) to make a sewing-themed needlecase:


Her daughter Lily also used some of my free tutorials to make felt jammy biscuits, iced biscuits and a lavender teabag

Kim from Kimbercrafts used my felt owl tutorial to make this fella:

Rebecca at Hugs are Fun made lucky underpants using my free tutorial...

... and made a whale brooch when she reviewed my new book, Super-Cute Felt Animals:

Last but by no means least Sarah used my Felt Angel Ornaments tutorial to make a whole choir of personalised angels to give as Christmas gifts. 

Thanks to everyone who shared their photos It is awesome to see what you've been making xxx

You can see see all the previous show and tell posts here. If you want to share what you've been making from my patterns (or from supplies you bought from me) please do get in touch. You can leave a comment and link here on this post, send me a message via my contact form or share a photo over on my Facebook page.