Seasoned papercrafters are well aware that when it comes to creating intricately cut shaped toppers, tags, cards and other embellishments, the opportunities are almost limitless, thanks to die cutting machines and accessories. But what if we told you we had a die cutting machine that […]
Originally used by the Chinese around 2000 years ago, screen printing has become popular among artists, crafters and business owners the world over, as a fun way to create beautiful printed designs – and a super simple way to mass-produce them! Presenter and Creative Director […]
After the winter that just wouldn’t go away, we are SO ready for spring to come out and play at Create and Craft HQ! Which is why we thought it was about time we collated our favourite fabrics for the season ahead. Think pretty pastels, wonderful wildlife prints, and fabulous floral designs, as we prepare to wake up your sewing room and breath new life into your sewing projects! So without further ado, let’s dive into our 2018 spring selection…
Hello, gorgeous crafties (and quilties!). We are back with another exciting blog post, but this one is a little different from the last. Today we want to introduce you to another part of the FabScraps family… QUILTING FABRIC!! For those of you who don’t know, three years […]
WOW! We couldn’t be more excited to write our first blog post for the amazing customers of Create and Craft. But first, let me introduce myself and give you a little bit of history about Africa’s largest craft and fabric manufacturing company, FabScraps.
ADORNit are a manufacturer of paper crafts, wood décor and quilting fabric, as well as a distributor of unique boutique finished items. In 1985 Carole McMullin, founder of ADORNit, published tole painting books and found women painting her patterns and then cutting them out to […]
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 and made it more intricate. This is a real show stopping piece and can be easily adapted and personalised to suit your own home décor style”
Follow the steps below to create your box pleat cushion…