Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Triangle Cushion

This a work in process, but I thought I’d share it with you anyway. It’s going to be a cushion in case you can’t tell yet…

The pattern is by Lucy of Attic24 on Ravelry. It’s an easy, fast, nice little pattern, and there is something very satisfying about finishing each triangle. I’ve already started to asemble them, which has turned out to be a much trickier project. Ah well, little by little.



On other news, have you seen craftgawker? Oh. My. I think I have projects lined up for the rest of my life.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Ukulele Holder

This is something else my father made for me.



Pretty cool, don’t you think?

Friday, September 23, 2011

Book Hook

I saw this and really wanted one. It was kind of expensive though, so I asked my parents if they could make me one. Few days later they showed up with this.



It’s just great! It looks like the letter A, which I think is quite approriate for a book mark.

Dad told me it was easy otherwise except to get the edges straight with a hand saw. I, however, think it’s just perfect.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Another Grocery Bag

I really liked the previous grocery bag I made, and when I saw another cute t-shirt at the flea market, I scooped it up.

I think this one is a bit more stylish, if you can say such thing about a grocery bag.


Monday, July 18, 2011

Crochet Rainbow


I found the pattern here.

I crocheted two rainbows according to the pattern for the bigger rainbow. I omitted the last two rows, because I run out of colors. This is a great project to use up stash, by the way.

Then I just sewed the rainbows together using the colors of the stripes. Be sure to leave long tails as you switch colours, so that you can use them to sew the rainbows together neatly.


I stuffed it lightly using some polyfil. Quick and easy.


This paired with the sun and some clouds would make a very cute mobile. Like this:


Saturday, July 9, 2011

T-Shirt Grocery Bag


I found this super easy tutorial for a grocery bag via the DIY section at Pinterest. And, by the way, if you haven’t tried Pinterest yet, I really recommend it. It has links to the cutest things and is very inspiring.

I found the t-shirt I used at a flea market for 50 cents. Though the print was cute, I don’t really wear colour, so I thought it would be perfect for this project. And, at 50 cents, I wasn’t really losing anything if the bag should turn out unusable.

All I did was cut out the sleeves and collar and sew the bottom shut. It took maybe ten minutes, with a lot of hesitation about whether I should cut the shirt up or not.

My biggest concern was that the bag would either split because of the weight of the groceries or some product would poke a hole on it. However, I have used it for couple of times now and it has held up wonderfully. It carried my groceries, which included among other things a few kilograms of veggies (I’m trying to eat healthy), a milk carton, 15 eggs and two large bottles of Pepsi (forget that I mentioned healthy…) without any trouble at all. I actually like this bag better than my previous fabric bag. It takes less room in my handbag and the stretchiness turned out to be an asset when stuffing all my shopping into it.

I’m definitely going to keep my eye out for cute t-shirts from now on.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011


Sometime you come across the best things at flea markets. Things that you instantly know are “you”.


Japanese mustard and ketchup pumps.


Two chicken shaped egg cups.

Flea markets are the best.

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