It’s that time of year again! CHSI 2018 – the trade show we attend in February each year to choose buttons, touch all the fabric and have a little cry in the Rico stand. This time we took a whole squad of people and stayed overnight in the much envied ‘Willow’ room at the .
Hello again! We’re on a Bunyip mission at the moment to bring you some inspiring new workshop options – we loved hosting the Paper Piecing Patchwork sessions run by Teresa, and we’re brewing some really exciting embroidery ideas up for the next season. But for now, we’re really pleased to confirm our newest party .
Ever since last summer we’ve been loving putting on extra Kid’s workshops in the school holidays, and we’ve just decided on our Easter sessions! On Tuesday 4th, Thursday 6th, Tuesday 11th & Thursday 13th of April we’ll be hosting making sessions around our table which will give you time to dabble in a bit .
It may be presumptuous to call this ‘Spring’ but my theory is if we all keep saying it then it’ll eventually become true and I can open both the shop doors and generally live our best lives. Deal? Every year we head out to Birmingham NEC for the ‘biggest craft trade show in Europe,’ .
Hello! You may have noticed (because we keep talking about it) that we’re really trying to up our making game in 2017 and my last blog post was all about making up Mattie’s Rob Ryan Clothkits skirt, which we thoroughly enjoyed. This week I decided to pop open one of the Kimono Clothkits paper patterns .
If you haven’t heard of Clothkits before (I had no idea of anything more than the name until about a year ago) here’s a bit of history – they’re a British company that’s been printing awesome sewing kits since 1968 that were hugely popular in the 1980’s. Their speciality is patterns that are printed .
One of my favourite things about January, a month with a pretty bad rep, is that everything feels new and fresh. It’s a time for cleansing, reevaluating and figuring out where to start now, especially after being Christmas centric for about 3 months. Our Bunyip new years resolution for 2017 is to make more, .
2016 was a packed year for us at Bunyip, from substantial business changes to awards ceremonies, we had all the fun and hope you did too! Whether you’re a customer, a friend or a follower we’re really grateful for you getting involved with Bunyip Craft in the last 12 months and can’t wait for a .
Hello! Please beware if you don’t like discussing Christmas in October that this post is extremely festive and full of season’s greetings and therefore probably should be saved until December if you’re that way inclined…if not -yay! Heat up that mulled wine and read on. So we started getting asked for Christmas stock in .
These awesome laser cut shapes make the perfect chunky collar necklace, simply because they’re so light! Ideal if you require constant drama in your jewellery but can’t deal with your neck aching at the end of a party (a consistent problem in my life….) We sell these plastic shapes in cream or black (sadly .