Looking for a fun way to add festive cheer to your table this Christmas? We’ve a fantastic Christmas sewing project that’s bound to leave your guets impressed, before they’ve even tucked into the turkey! Check out these adorable Santa cutlery holders from the lovely Debbie […]
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Whether it’s because you can’t get a babysitter, or you’d simply rather spend Valentine’s Day surrounded by your home comforts, staying in can be just as special as going out. Why not plan a special dinner for two, and create these stunning matching place settings […]
English paper piecing is such a relaxing way to spend time. The tumbling block made from 60-degree diamond shapes is my favourite design. I love the way the shades of fabric create illusion and dimension — a technique that looks a lot more difficult than it actually is! Make the cushion cover in any size you like, then why not use the technique to make a matching table runner? — Debbie Shore
This cute little character will put a smile on your face each Christmas! He can easily be sewn by hand if you wish, making this a perfect project to get the kids into sewing! I made a little collar and holly leaves from felt and then […]
“These are the brand new bags I’ve designed for Bobbin Street! The patterns are on USBs, which means that you can either print them off from your printer or you can use your electronic cutting device.” — Debbie Shore
Have you ever wanted to sew something like Debbie Shore? We probably (most definitely) all have! Debbie is effortlessly brilliant at designing her own stitchcraft projects and putting the pieces together flawlessly. The good news is that it IS possible to do Halloween like Debbie Shore! Here’s how to make her Blood Bucket.
Have you ever wanted to sew something like Debbie Shore? We probably (most definitely) all have! Debbie is effortlessly brilliant at designing her own stitchcraft projects and putting the pieces together absolutely flawlessly. The good news is that it IS possible to do Halloween like […]
This pretty little girls’ dress is so simple to make. It’s the perfect project for a beginner and looks fabulous in anything from printed cottons and gingham to lightweight denim. This project was created by Debbie Shore using the McCall’s M5613 pattern.
You may have heard that Butterick is launching a signature sewing machine very soon – and we are incredibly excited! This computerised machine includes a huge variety of high-spec features, enabling you to take your sewing projects to new heights. But instead of just listing its features, we decided to interview our internationally-renowned sewing expert, Debbie Shore, who has test-driven the machine. Here’s what Debbie thinks about the EB6100.
This striking cushion cover was crafted by the very talented, Debbie Shore. Now, you can make the same at home with this easy to follow guide. Speaking about her creation she said, “I originally got the idea from a duvet cover, then adapted it for cushions […]