I am ‘sew’ pleased (haha get it?!). That was a terrible joke, I do apologise. I am genuinely pleased to share my little features in ‘Sew Magazine’ from march and april of this year; my lovely craft room gets a little mention! Well, it gets a little mention in the March issue as the sewing producer for the TV show ‘Great British Sewing Bee’ has shared some top tips for sewing, buying fabric and creating your own sewing haven and the image of my own craft room is used as a lovely, sewing room example.
Doesn’t it look good in a magazine?! You can probably still purchase the March edition of Sew Magazine in most newsagent style shops and grocery stores. If you can’t find it in bricks and mortar shops, then it’s available as an e-magazine and you can purchase it via the magazine subscription site; Magzter.
I was absolutely honoured to be asked to come up with some advice for those who want to want to create their own craft room decor on a budget. My little tips could even be for those who want to personalise a little craft space or corner of the home office. The storage options could even be used as a little travel/storage cart used for crafting.
The magazine have shown my lovely notice board and shower caddy craft with a few tips for budget decorating! I do love upcycling and I love being able to share my thoughts and tips with all of you! For those of you who want to buy the April edition of the magazine; it is available news agents and online at the end of this month. I’m very proud to have my images in both magazines so thank you to Sew Magazine for the opportunity to work with them and I hope all the readers enjoy my images and little tips!