The uber-business woman admits to the Daily Mail that she loves it. Fair – it’s an amazing de-stressor – but, still. She’s got FIVE kids and a MEGA job. I write about this kind of thing, and still rarely get the time to make.
I’m glad she does though.
Kettle Chips new ad is sewn. Very glad to see craft being used by the ad monkeys.
“An intuitive sewing machine designed to simplify threading and speed control for the user has been chosen as one of the eight UK James Dyson Award runners up and will progress to the international stage,” says Eureka Magazine
Please Mr Dyson, let it win. I want one so very much.
‘Catherine Zeta-Jones likes to spend her spare time knitting, reporter Tim Vincent has revealed.’ Nice.
(And while we’re here, during my blogging hiatus, we learned that Britney is a sewing fan too.)
This is an awesome gallery of stitched QR-3D codes (those black and white things you scan with your phone) on guardian.co.uk.
(I must admit, though I don’t like showing-off too much, that I gave them the tip off for that gallery. Am uber glad they went ahead and published it. They know their good craft stuff.)
This gallery of stitching on the BBC by Sarah Greaves is amazing. Well worth a look. Especially if you haven’t seen chocolate, bananas and toasters stitched up before.
Jenny over at Sublime Stitching has redesigned her yoga-inspired range of stitching templates. As the health and wellbeing editor of Psychologies magazine, I like this A LOT.