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It’s been a while… life and sewing update!

Well hello there puddings! You know you have neglected your blog for too long when your mum texts you and tells you to update it!! That’s what happened this morning and she is right, I love blogging and I needed a kick up the derriere to get back to it so here I am. I Continue reading ? The post It’s been a while… life and sewing update! appeared first on Gabberdashery. ...


From Stitch To Stage… and the winners are!!

Well hello you lovely lot, When I started ‘From Stitch To Stage’ it was all about giving creative people an outlet to design and make something outrageous that they might not get a chance to wear and of course a way to represent our wonderful crafty community on the stages I perform on but what Continue reading ? The post From Stitch To Stage… and the winners are!! appeared first on Gabberdashery. ...


My May Minerva Make – Marvellous Milas!

Good morning happy campers! I’m just swooping in to send you to my latest Minerva Crafts blog – all about the marvellous Mila dungarees by Tilly and The Buttons! Love love love!   Click on the picture to read the blog! Now I’m off to enjoy the sunshine – whoopeee!! ?? Have a lovely weekend Continue reading ? The post My May Minerva Make – Marvellous Milas! appeared first on Gabberdashery. ...


Soaring into Spring with Spoonflower (I designed my own fabric!)

Ahoy me hearties! I am so sew SO ridiculously excited to share this make – not only is it Spring and hot and finally cotton dress time and I’ve made one of my favourite dress patterns, By Hand London’s Kim, but also I DESIGNED THE FABRIC! I am over the moon to get a chance Continue reading ? The post Soaring into Spring with Spoonflower (I designed my own fabric!) appeared first on Gabberdashery. ...


My April Minerva Make – first knitted socks!

Hello folks! It’s another quick blog today as I’m just sweeping through with a link to my latest Minerva make – my first knitted socks! Click on the photo to read the blog on Minerva Craft’s Blogger Network: Oh and while I’m here – the stunning flowers in the photo are from London Blooms who have Continue reading ? The post My April Minerva Make – first knitted socks! appeared first on Gabberdashery. ...


NEW PRIZES for From Stitch To Stage!

Morning lovelies! I just wanted jump into eyesight to share the wonderful new prizes that have generously been offered to the winner and runners up of the ‘From Stitch To Stage’ challenge I am running. I have already been sent some AMAZING entries in both physical form and photos and it’s all getting very exciting!! Continue reading ? The post NEW PRIZES for From Stitch To Stage! appeared first on Gabberdashery. ...


SKU-2609 White Lace Basic Slippers - Electronic Download from Annies  sku

White Lace Basic Slippers - Electronic Download - 2609 by Annie

Item description: This Knitting Annies product is by Annie - These basic slippers are made using a double-strand of sport-weight or a single strand of light worsted-weight cotton yarn. Instructions are written for size S: 2-4 (M: 5-6, L: 7-8, XL: 9-10) and include detailed, step-by-step instructions with pictures a... Learn More

Manufacturer: Annie

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Category: Annies

$5.99

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