What's happening at the forum?

It never fails to amaze and impress me when I look at the work crafters do. It could be quilting, sewing, mending, knitting, rug making or any other craft, people who make them work tirelessly on producing beautiful items to use at home and give as gifts. If you're looking for some inspiration, look no further. Over at the forum, the members are showing what they're working on. There are tissue covers, dressing gowns, place mats and more. It's motivated me to turn on the sewing machine this weekend and start a project.

If you're renting your home and can't put in a garden or you simply don't have the time to establish a garden now, there's a thread on the forum that might interest you. Robyn has been experimenting with a micro garden and writes about her success, with photos.

I hope you're enjoying a relaxed and crafty weekend.

1 comment

  1. Hi Rhonda,
    just thought I'd share this interesting article with you.
    For once the news website offers up something well written! (Though they had to ruin the title by calling us young folk hipsters)

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/food/homemade-and-madefromscratch-foods-are-the-new-hipster-foods-trends-taking-off/story-fneuz8wn-1226921835285

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