Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last week's party included contributors from around the world, with so much wonderful creativity! Purim is now just two weeks away, so it's time to get busy with costumes and mishloach manot ideas. My preparations are going to include at least one costume with crocheted accessories, so I'm not complaining, if you know what I mean! Thanks for joining me here, and now for the features from last week:
Love this elegant tissue holder, which is really just two granny squares sewn together from teszek veszek, and this wonderful little wool lamb which would be a great ornament or a way to give some extra mending yarn together with a knit/crocheted gift, from spoonful of crafts.
Spaced dyed yarn looks amazing when used to make a crocheted basket, from mara haakt , and these little abstract clown face pendants are perfec right about now, and quick to whip up, from homemade at my place.
A giant granny coffee table cover that wont slide off is a great idea from my world of colours, and love this simple summer top from threading my way, maybe a first sewing project for me? Summer is coming!
Winnie is back with these doughnut cupcakes, and winnie also baked these homemade cheez-it style crackers, which actually has me inspired to do some tiny crackers from something using spelt...I think my kids will love the tiny size!