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Annie Montgomerie's Textile Dolls: combines animal heads made from hardened shredded muslin with vintage doll bodies that are dressed with old clothes and accessories added.

from GoodMorningGloucester

Another Press Part

photo by E.J. Lefavour, she says "Definitely photoshop. When I enhanced the rust, all the other colors popped out so I left them. I thought it made it alot prettier than a plain old rusted machine part."

from Kids Craft Room

Sparkler Firework Craft For Kids

My children love sparkler fireworks but as a mum I find them a bit scary and worry about possible accidents and burns! Don't you? Whether you're celebrating Bonfire Night, Fourth of July, New Year or a birthday here's a fun Kid Safe Sparkler Firework Craft to add to the festivities.

Furry Fairies. Free knitting pattern by Alan Dart

from 123 Inspiration

Self-Taught Artist Mr. Finch Uses Vintage Textiles To Create Beautiful Flora And Fauna Sculptures

Textiles by Mr. Finch. So pretty and delicate - not sure I'd be able to have the patience but love the idea.

TIME: 10am-12pm, please arrive from 9.30am.LOCATION: TOFT studio, TOFT Manor, Dunchurch, Warwickshire CV22 6NRWHAT YOU WILL LEARN: The amigurumi method to crochet your animal of choice. How to start and finish each body part, and how to sew them all together, along with how to read a crochet pattern, and understand any special stitches or techniques to complete your chosen design.INCLUDED IN PRICE: TOFT yarn to complete your chosen animal, a KnitPro soft-grip crochet hook (perfect for…

Hall and stairs - neutral paint colours

from Barbara Franc

Shaggy Dog Tale

like the idea of using rags, bits of ripped, worn fabric - bits of frayed cloth, yellowing sheets, opaque tights etc etc

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