Chris Little and Zack Sears started a little company in the Winter of 2012 where they made simple, classic, precision covers for iPhone 4 and 4s. With Apple’s release of the iPhone 5, Sled is working furiously on making covers with the same characteristics for the new iPhone.
Martha Stewart always has something handy for all parts of the family and home, but I love the little dog jackets she has on her site. They are modeled by her two French Bulldogs, Francesca and Sharkey and are from a company called Mascot. If you have a little time and know about sewing you can follow the instructions on Martha’s site to make a puffer jacket just like Francesca and Sharkey’s.
The Mascot jackets are available through the Mascot site
If you have a kid who is yearning for something to care of as a learning curve, say something like a hamster, well how about using the Happy Hamster as a sort of test drive for the exercise. The Happy Hamster is made from felt & stuffing and can be left without feeding without flush-able side effects.
The free PDF pattern can be downloaded for free through the Mi Susu website and is pretty easy to follow if you have a little sewing experience, plus you end up with an adorable stuffed toy that can be handed down to younger children [Read more...]
Dame Maggie Smith plays the tart tongued Dowager Countess of Downton Abbey, in the popular British series and some of her character’s spit and vinegar has been brought into the crafting world by Sunday Avery through this Dowager Countess cross stitch pattern.
You can get more information on the pattern through Craftzine