I can’t actually believe that I’ve stuck with this challenge for a whole 6 months! I honestly thought I’d do January then get bored… but I’ve surprised myself and have managed to persevere. So last month was working with slippery fabrics and as Devon is going through an insane heatwave, I decided to work .
I have learnt one thing from my February challenge… I do NOT enjoy setting in sleeves. It’s hard and time consuming and I’m pretty sure I still haven’t cracked it (Rome wasn’t built in a day and all that). Sadly this won’t be a tutorial that you can follow to get the perfect sleeve .
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 .
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! 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 .
Ever since I’ve been old enough to dress myself I’ve been old enough to not just want, but need to wear sequins and at any and all given opportunities. So imagine my pure joy to read that not just sequins, but casual sequins were going to be a hot trend for Fall 2016….pass the .
No one will be surprised to hear that we have new fabric in and are VERY excited about it. One of my ultimate long term shop dreams is to have shelves and shelves full of beautiful bolts of cloth, so we can run our hands along them, wrap them around ourselves, and weep gently .
Hi! Since the Easter holidays are almost upon us, we’ve rounded up a whole host of activities to keep you entertained over the next few weeks. Perfect for those tiring of buying endless amounts of chocolate, we have workshops, kits, treats and ideas for flexing those creative muscles (and keeping out of mischief!) Jewellery .
Valentine’s Day It’s finally getting too near to deny it anymore. This Sunday. It’s happening. We’re not overly keen on the celebrations here at Bunyip, since we’re all working or away entertaining the extended family, so we’ve put together a collection of wonderful things you can make for yourself, or a loved one, or .