I love Meg. I've loved her for a long time. Waaay back, when I used to read blogs and my sewing was just starting to ramp up again after the sewing dessert that was my 20s, she was the most inspirational blogger about. She just got in there and made stuff, and she tells it how it is (and she is a fellow swearer - makes me love her even more). She was the creator of the amazing Kids Clothes Week and while she doesn't blog with such regularity anymore, she comes up with the goods when she does.
So she has created this thing called The Creativity Club. The second challenge was posted a week or so ago and I love the whole thought process it takes you through. Go through and catch up with the results of her first challenge for the year - I loved it.
Meet Me At Mikes - The Mirabel bun-anza
So I meant to highlight this last week as the deadline is a little tight. Pip is running a Bun-anza asking for softie rabbits to be made for the kids that Mirabel support. I've taken part in Softies for Mirabel before and it is super fun. For the first time Pip is asking for rabbits for the kids for easter. It is a bit of a tight deadline as the softies need to be made by March 15th but you have time. A rabbit doesn't take long to make does it!
All the details can be found on Pip's website Meet Me At Mikes including ideas about rabbits.
Wardrobe Architect rides again.
I talked about Wardrobe Architect last year, created by Sarai of Colette Patterns and I love it. If you want to get clearer in your making and make a wardrobe you truly love then it is a great (free) program to go through. This year there is a monthly challenge run by Kristen and it's not too late to catch up. It is so worth doing if making handmade clothes is something you value.