home: made [ leaf printed fabric ]
This gorgeous printed fabric is great to use as a table cloth, cushion cover or tea towel. Using real leaves, paint and a plain fabric you can create your own print and pattern.
Choose colours that work in your current space and keep it as simple as you like.
If you fancy giving it a go, head to we-are-scout.com for the full tutorial.
home: event [ pyrography ]
If you fancy learning a new craft, then why not try pyrography at London Craft Club.
Learn the techiques for creating patterns and shapes in wooden and leather objects. You then get to take home your designs.
‘You don’t need any experience at all If you can hold a pen then you’ll be able to do pyrography. There are 19 different iron tips to choose from. Some tips allow you to draw or write freehand just like a pen. You can either make up your own design, or use our templates to create patterns or words‘
Go to londoncraftclub.co.uk for bookings
home: made [ laundry bags ]
A very handy little DIY to make laundry bags, from the creative people at Ideal Home (online).
These great bags could be used for all sorts of things – not just laundry; and made from any fabric to suit your decor. Hunt out vintage fabrics from flea markets, bargain fabrics from IKEA or even use sheets, duvets or other inventive ways to get great fabrics.
home: made [ wall hanging ]
This Mexican inspired ‘gods eye’ wall hanging is a lovely piece of art for any room. It’s really easy to achieve and simply uses various yarns, dowls and a pair of scissors.
By setting the dowls in a cross you can then weave the yarn around to create the pattern.
Head to almostmakesperfect.com for the tutorial.
home: made [ wall hanging ]
We love a good home project and HomeyOhMy blog is at the top of brilliant projects to inspire you.
This modern tassle wall hanging is a great tutorial to follow and creates a really super wall hanging when complete.
With very simple and easily accessible items the project is straight forward and easy to follow.
Follow their blog for other great DIY inspirations.
home: made [ woven lamp ]
We love this diy project, and it’s so adaptable to your style and room. This woven lamp is simply made from two metal lamp shade frames and some cotton thread in various colours.
Attach the two frames together and then you can start getting creative weaving the thread. It’s an intricate process but we’ll worth it.
For the full tutorial head to fabricadeimaginacion.com
home: made [ table cloth ]
Simple, stylish and perfectly on trend, Curby have created the nicest, easiest little DIY to make a great scandi table cloth.
The simple cross design in black and white is minimal and perfect for monochrome lovers but could just as easily be translated using other colours to suit your choice.
And the finished printed fabric doesn’t necessarily have to be a table cloth but could be turned into cushions, curtains or napkins!