It looks like we are all going to be spending a lot of time at home over the next few months and a lot of people are taking advantage of the down time by learning a new skill. I am actually doing an online course that has just so happened to fall inline with the UK lockdown so I will have some extra study time. If you are looking for something to fill your down time with why not grab one of my kits to keep your hand busy and if you are anything like me stop your mind racing with anxiety about what is happening in the world right now, even more than usual!
A great way to conquer your fear of sewing zips is to start with making a zipped pouch, my Sewdiac zipped pouch kit has step by step instructions that you can follow over and over again with your own fabric and make zipped pouches for all your friends after you have made up the pre printed fabric that comes with the kit.
If you like embroidery why not choose your Sign of the Sewdiac sign and get stitching. these kits come with pretty silver thread and pre panels that you can embellish as much or as little as you like.
If you want a bigger project to get your teeth stuck in to why not pick up my Rainbow Embroidery Sampler Kit. It comes with 13 variegated embroidery threads, My Anything But Basic sampler pattern and My Stitch Guide Booklet included. A great way to get started with embroidery, or gift to someone who you cant see in person right now.
If like me you are planning on tidying your craft room whilst on lockdown, why not make up one of my Sewing Machine Needle Storage Banners. its a great way to keep your needles safe and tidy.
I hope you enjoyed that little round up and that it has inspired you to get a little creative with your quarantine time.