You remember that custom wedding scarf that got featured on Boho Weddings?! Well, now you can see exactly how I made that scarf – step by step instructions can be found in my new tutorial newly published on the Jacquard Products website. If you make your own, do send me photographs, I’d love to see what you came up with!
Link: Read the tutorial on the Jacquard Products website.
Want your very own custom designed and made by yours truly? Tell me what you would like here.
See the scarf in detail: Botanical Industrial wedding scarf
I do love it when bloggers pick up on silk puns like ‘seas of silk’, and Mathanki has written such a charming post to go with the quirky title. Read the full article at London is Open blog.
My last market of the 2016 festive season is this weekend!
I (and several other wonderful makers) will be at the National Trust’s Christmas at Sutton House in Hackney on Saturday the 17th as well as Sunday the 18th of December.
The event has been listed in Time Out and The Guardian as must-dos for this weekend.
Sutton House and Breaker’s Yard is a listed Tudor building in which each room has been decorated in pantomime themes along with live actors, mulled wine, food stalls, and a huge Christmas tree.
You will find me upstairs on the first floor in the Great Chamber, which has a storyteller for the kiddies and a Christmas tree. It is decorated in a Wizard of Oz theme if you would like to dress up!
Please use the 2-for-1 voucher at the top of this post – you can either print this out, or just show the image on your phone at the door of Sutton House. Scroll down for directions.
You’ve read my previous blog post for London Local Team on how I make a custom order scarf… now read my take on how to wear a scarf all year round. I’ve featured a selection of makers whose work you will love and covet. Read the full post at the London Local Team Blog.
Custom orders are my favourite scarves to make – they’re a challenge, but a welcome one. Making a customer’s dream come to life is supremely satisfying. I shared the process of making one such scarf in a guest blog post for the London Local Team, and you can read the full article at the London Local Team blog.