Hi I have had my sewing machine for a couple of years and ive always wanted to learn to make my own clothes...I work full time and never have set days off so cant really do a course at college but I would still love to learn to sew...is it worth trying to teach myself using books or is there a distance learning course that I could try I live in the uk xx
hello i am making resin pendants and i just wondered how i can get the resin to be all glittered. what i mean is I put a layer of plain resin first, layer a sticker or image on that, then wait for it to dry, i then want to add a layer of glitter, the way i am doing it now is by mixing the glitter and resin together but i am finding that the glitter is sinking to the top of the first hardened layer, the glitter and the image isnt mixing though, but i am left with clear resin in the second layer when what i really want is a complete layer of glitter, anyone know how to do this?
i think walthamstow market is great! there are a few fantastic trimming shops down there, the fabric is not my kind of thing but im a bit out there:) i think the best food is the kebab rolls from the market near the top the little stall is called mus's!
can i just say that poly clay food has been made for years, dolls house miniaturists have been making them since forever! so really she is stealing their ideas and just making into jewellery. btw great work porge!