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At home with Crafts Beautiful

09 June 2020

A virtual craft-along series to leave you feeling positive and productive, with Corinne Bradd of Crafts Beautiful.

Corinne Bradd
Corinne Bradd, Crafts Beautiful Magazine

Use your downtime to learn a new skill with the help of Crafts Beautiful designer and demonstrator at The Crafts Channel, Corinne Bradd. Corinne has created four mood-boosting projects that show you how to use materials you can find at home to craft something beautiful.

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Episode 4: Mini oven mitts

Whether you’ve got a sewing machine or not, these handy oven mitts are a great option for both expert and novice stitchers alike. Take Corinne’s easy tutorial and while away the time until you end up with some super stylish kitchen accessories.


Episode 3: Zipped makeup bag

Cosmetics, hair clips, pens, bobbins… the list goes on. Whatever use you find for this nifty pouch, you’ll be making multiples in no time with Corinne’s easy tutorial. And yes, she makes adding a zip a breeze!


Episode 2: Budgie bookmarks

Made using simple paper and card scraps, download the free templates to achieve these three-dimensional bird bookmarks. If you’ve run out of coloured card, upcycle any empty household packaging you have lying around.


Episode 1: Bunting

Transform fabric oddments into beautiful bunting with this easy-to-make stash-busting DIY. Using two different pennant templates, the shapes cleverly interlock to reduce the amount of wasted material.


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