Remember the self-sufficiency movement of the '80s? That was my teenage dream, one that sadly never materialised, so the chance to meet a modern-day guru of sustainability got me super-excited. You may have heard or even watched River Cottage UK, with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, but did you know there was a highly successful Australian version of… Continue reading Meeting a TV Hero and Simple Sustainability in the Garden
Benefits of Linking Your Blog Gravatar
Blogger Frank has been talking about community, of which I am a fan, and as such, I like to visit the kind readers who share their pearls of wisdom in comments on my blog and other blogs. However, sometimes readers, who comment, have not linked their avatar and blog or website, meaning I'm unable to… Continue reading Benefits of Linking Your Blog Gravatar
Upcycling Fabric Scraps – DIY Rag Rug
We all have a collection remnant fabric scraps,don't we, but who saves the small off-cuts? They are useless, right? WRONG....
What is Hakking? Are you a craft lover who hasn't got the patience to knit - then Hakking is for you!
Making a Råtta Dog Toy
Some of you may know that we have a new puppy in our house and like all new puppies they are a bit of work, but bring lots of joy and happiness. And must be amused! The new puppy is not directly mine, but my daughter's. Due to the pandemic, we are frequently required to… Continue reading Making a Råtta Dog Toy
Upcycle Tutorial – Environmental Bags
Trying to stop using plastic. Here is a crafty solution. When we think Green bags, what comes to mind? Those ugly, bland ones in garish colours, with some corporate log stamped all over it, offering fresh promotions to someone other than you. They might be practical, but more often, ugly. Or they get dirty and you can’t erase the marks, no matter what detergent you use.