Category Archives: Sewing

Craft Review: Oliver + S Reversible Bucket Hat

I have been busy lately with a little something… I am creating how-to videos and reviews of my craft projects and uploading them to YouTube! My channel “Make it with Mish” is up and running. Follow me (on Instagram and Facebook

Craft Review: Oliver + S Reversible Bucket Hat

I have been busy lately with a little something… I am creating how-to videos and reviews of my craft projects and uploading them to YouTube! My channel “Make it with Mish” is up and running. Follow me (on Instagram and Facebook

Hexagons, Japanese Prints and Hidden Treasures

In 2011, I found a little shop tucked away that sold Japanese knick knacks, old kimonos and beautiful scraps of fabric. I immediately went into salvage mode and started digging around like a treasure deprived tomb raider. These are some

Hexagons, Japanese Prints and Hidden Treasures

In 2011, I found a little shop tucked away that sold Japanese knick knacks, old kimonos and beautiful scraps of fabric. I immediately went into salvage mode and started digging around like a treasure deprived tomb raider. These are some

Cathedral Window Quilt #4

This quilt uses the same colour scheme as one I made earlier for my nephew. I’ve just added alternating rows of blank window inserts. I thought the first quilt looked way too busy. The blank fabric (same fabric used for

Cathedral Window Quilt #4

This quilt uses the same colour scheme as one I made earlier for my nephew. I’ve just added alternating rows of blank window inserts. I thought the first quilt looked way too busy. The blank fabric (same fabric used for

Green

Fabric collection at present. I seem to be tending toward bold colours and patterns these days. A cathedral window block sample I made with a few of the fabrics. Normally I like to do a block first to see how

Green

Fabric collection at present. I seem to be tending toward bold colours and patterns these days. A cathedral window block sample I made with a few of the fabrics. Normally I like to do a block first to see how

Cathedral Window Quilt #2 & #3

In January 2012, I visited Australia to spend time with family. My niece was about three months old and I had a nephew on the way. I decided to make them both a quilt. For my niece I was tossing

Cathedral Window Quilt #2 & #3

In January 2012, I visited Australia to spend time with family. My niece was about three months old and I had a nephew on the way. I decided to make them both a quilt. For my niece I was tossing

Cathedral Window Quilt #1

The first time I saw a cathedral window quilt was when I came across the Memories of Grandma Quilt. I was fascinated with the origami-like folds and marvelled at it’s beauty. All I could think about from then on was figuring out

Cathedral Window Quilt #1

The first time I saw a cathedral window quilt was when I came across the Memories of Grandma Quilt. I was fascinated with the origami-like folds and marvelled at it’s beauty. All I could think about from then on was figuring out

Pinwheel Quilt

The first quilt I ever started but didn’t finish first. This quilt was first created with the intention of being a wedding present to my second oldest sister. I came across a pinwheel block in pastels that I thought she’d

Pinwheel Quilt

The first quilt I ever started but didn’t finish first. This quilt was first created with the intention of being a wedding present to my second oldest sister. I came across a pinwheel block in pastels that I thought she’d