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Monday, 19 September

15:08

Bohemian Inspiration on Instagram "IndyWatch Feed Craft"


disfunkshionmag                           ajrakcraft

Although I set the end of the Bohemian Summer Series to the actual, calendar end of the summer, somehow I don't feel inclined to stop there, so most probably it will stretch all throughout the year.

As I love starting Mondays with inspiration boosts, here's a selection of fabulous bohemian related Instagram accounts. Enjoy!

                emonkibiza                              inali_campbell


                      artphangan                                       rossioroos
 

13:55

Teach the One—National Sewing Month "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

  Last year Elizabeth and I started a series that we are called “Teach the One” that we would like to become an annual event during National Sewing Month here on Simple Simon and Company.  The idea for this series came from a moment at a conference that we attended at baby lock headquarters where it...

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12:00

Harry Potter Party Ideas "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

  When my daughter turned ten, we wanted to do something special for her. She hadn’t had an official ‘birthday party’ with friends in a couple of years, so this year we gave her the choice. She could pick the kind of party she wanted (within reason), and I would do my best to make it […]

The post Harry Potter Party Ideas appeared first on The Sewing Rabbit.

11:30

Tutorial - How to Make Minion Deviled Eggs "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

http://happierthanapiginmud.blogspot.com/2016/08/minion-deviled-eggs.html
Have fun making these character themed treats

Tutorial at Happier than a Pig in Mud Blog

"Ha, every once in a while I just have to be silly... I thought these Minion Deviled Eggs would be a fun after school treat for the kids. They turned out goofy but kinda cute. Mix up your favorite deviled egg recipe and decorate.  I used green and black olives, some chive tips and candy eyes".... Read more

04:49

A freshly weeded Farmers’ Market junk flower bed. For now. "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

farmers-market-sign-in-a-flower-bed-001You guys… I did something totally spontaneous this past weekend, that I cannot wait to blog about! I even bought another point and shoot camera for the trip (after having lost my last one on our Hawaiian vacay). I needed some mountain time before fall hit hard, so I head for the hills for a […]

The post A freshly weeded Farmers’ Market junk flower bed. For now. appeared first on Funky Junk Interiors.

03:57

Paper Plate Stork "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

It never ceases to amaze me what you can make from the humble paper plate! There are so many great projects out there for kids to make from Paper Plates.. something for every season and for every letter in the alphabet! Do check out our 17 Paper Plates DIY post, packed full of amazing ideas.…

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Sunday, 18 September

22:06

More party shots "IndyWatch Feed Craft"


Editing photos is turning out to be a bit of a chore, so who knows when I'll get the Harry Potter party ones blog-ready (but hopefully soon). In the meantime, here are some random shots. Enjoy!
Broomsticks

The Golden Snitch

Expecto patronum




13:19

The easy long cardigan, a staple in your wardrobe "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

easy long cardigan

This is a super easy project.  You’ll see that there isn’t a long tutorial because the design and construction are so simple.  This cardigan is very minimalistic and streamlined –perfect for the busty girl.  I have used tulle in the back to add a bit of drama but it is completely optional and you could use the same knit fabric to make the project even simpler.

The easy long cardigan is a design that has been around since the sixties.  A favorite of women who have to step out in their pajamas to drop the kids at school.  At least that is what we see in the movies, isn’t it?  The fact is that it is a staple in women’s wardrobes. Worn with leggings and a tank top or shorts and heels, it is the perfect accessory to hide your bottom.  Yes you read right.

easy long cardigan

Sydney, Australia

There’s a little backstory to this design that I’d like to share with you.  I was living in Sydney, Australia in 2001 when my mother came to visit.  As far as I can recall, my mother never worn pants before that.  In Sydney, winter weather is usually glorious except for a couple of weeks when it can get down to 10 degrees C or 50 degrees F and it’s often windy.  As you can imagine, coming from tropical Panama, my mom’s wardrobe was not adequate, so we went in search of warmer clothes.

I had jeans in mind, but she refused to wear them.  Her reasons shocked me.  She said my father had told her 30 years back that she did not look good on pants.  Determined to prove him wrong, I invited my mother to sit with me at a cafe and watch the people walking by.   The women in Sydney were comfortable in jeans.  That is what she saw and I was pleased.  However, she was still hesitant to give it a try, so I made her an easy long cardigan.  This would keep her warm and provide her some –what I personally felt was unnecessary– modesty.  It did the trick and she’s literally worn that same easy long cardigan (and pants..) ever since.  I wanted to share the concept with you.  Let’s call it Sydney.

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11:30

Tutorial - How to Make Sesame Street Baked Goods "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

http://www.justmeasuringup.com/blog/easy-homemade-elmo-and-cookie-cupcakes
Fun activity to do with your toddler for a great party dessert

Tutorial at Just Measuring Up Blog

"The desserts were my favorite part of our Sesame Street party. Based on the rave reviews, I think they were my guests' favorite part too. I just loved how the cake turned out... so much that I was actually sad cutting into it.  It was a 12" two-layer, gluten-free vanilla cake with chocolate icing. Red sprinkles covered the sides of the cake, along with two Elmo face cut-outs - made from cut-out cookies and chocolate melts. The cupcakes were regular vanilla cake with chocolate icing and decorated with sprinkles, icing tubes, and chocolate chip cookie halves to resemble Elmo and Cookie Monster".... Read more

Saturday, 17 September

23:30

Tutorial - How to Make an Angry Bird Necklace "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

http://anu-rainydrops.blogspot.in/2016/08/diyhand-made-angry-bird-rakhi.html
Final step is to paint with varnish to waterproof

Tutorial at Anu Rainy Drops Blog

"I am so happy to show another easy craft here.  Today I am going to  give a easy tutorial for  hand made angry bird rakhi.    Needs:  quilling strips, scissors, glue, thread, and some beads.  Make the required shapes for angry bird -big circle, eyes, beak and  feather, and  then assemble it.  Now, angry bird is ready".... Read more

23:06

Stainless Steel, Bone and Leather Bracelet "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

by Juan Valerio. (Tarpon Springs) I made this brecelet with repurposed steel, stainless steel nuts from the hardware store, bone beads and leather cord. The big piece of steal is part of a handle from a kitchen utensil. Juan Valerio Juan of a kind Designs

22:41

I’m Improving, But I Still Have Questions "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

by Dan Santersero. (Pueblo, CO) Hey everyone! I made a post here some time ago – Help – Starting a Jewelry Business Right Out of High School. I thought I’d share what I’ve been doing and improved on. I’m still more or less fresh out of high school, and I still don’t have a job. […]

21:55

Floating Roses Bangle "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

by Rossella. (Italy) I have so many ideas about my resin creations, and this is the one I am working during September. Roses everywhere! I created a resin bangle with a bunch of red rose petals, and also a mini rosebud inside. Quite tricky to obtain the floating effect, but worth it. And following the […]

21:41

Copper and Ocean Jasper Statement Necklace "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

by Diana Stiles. (Amherst, MA) I hand cut thin copper tubing into small spacers and forged heavy copper pipe, applying a natural fume patina of turquoise and brown speckle. Likewise, I used my home made patina on copper washers; using two washers and a toggle clasp allows the necklace to be worn in two lengths. […]

20:03

Jewelry Accounting "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

by Jane Petersen. (Madison, WI) Has anyone ever used the Jewelry Designer Manager or other software for tracking supplies and sales? I use an Excel program, but it has its limitations plus I have no record of what finished product I’ve sold. This program, from what I’ve discerned from their website, uses photos. Is it […]

19:52

Zebra Wrap Bracelet "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

by Yolanda Berry. (Saco, Maine) I find pleasure in finding unique beads that make jewelry making interesting. I like the smooth texture and shape of these beads and thought they were exotic and appealing, so I created a jewelry set which includes a necklace, earrings and a bracelet. I used flexible jewelry cord along with […]

19:39

Autumn Leaves in Metal and Chainmaille "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

by Elizabeth Reid. (Rockville, MD) I cut the leaves out of copper as well as the acorn. I then did some forming and texturing and colored using some alcohol inks and liver of sulfur. I made the chainmaille necklace and “S” hook. Elizabeth Reid Becoming To You

18:49

Skirting the Issue 2016 Prize Winners, Final Numbers, and Thank You’s "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

Hello Friends. This post is coming in later than usual…but we wanted to make sure that all the packages were received before we chose winners for prizes and tallied up the final number for this years Skirting the Issue. Ladies…I know I say this every year…but I mean it, and I feel it stronger and...

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