Create a soft plush baby security blanket with fleece pulls and teething rings attached. These are perfect for newborn babies – 1 years old. Or you can purchase the Embroider Buddy Blanket and embroider it with a personalised embroidery design.
As you would know, the Queensland government banned the supply of single-use lightweight plastic shopping bags in July last year. You too can join in and do your part in reducing the plastic pollution on our environment and especially on our marine life by creating your very own reusable grocery bags!
Included in the project is this bag and bag case so you can easily store this in your handbag, car or pocket. This project is perfect for beginner sewers.
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Dymocks Children’s Charity
Dymocks Children’s Charities supports early literacy in Australia by providing new books to children in low social economic and disadvantaged areas. The charity delivers programs that target students, primary school libraries and pre-school/ community centres. Most projects involve restocking school libraries where there is insufficient school funding for books, or following natural disasters in a particular area. Dymocks Children’s Charities pairs with sponsors to place a catalogue of quality titles to choose from in selected schools in these regions, so that they can get the books that they really want and need.
This month we are asking you to create a Children’s Monster Library Bag to help Dymocks fundraise for their Annual Gala event, where they’re hoping to raise $325,000, which will go towards funding new books for these children. Continue reading
Make Christmas extra special and exciting this year with our Santa Footprint stencil! Perfect as decoration and to get the kids excited that Santa has been in the house. You can create magical moments and memories with this fun and easy project.
This ScanNCut project is a great beginner project for those who have just started on the ScanNCut journey!
FREE SCANNCUT DESIGN OF SANTA FOOTPRINT
No one wants to admit things are tough, and farmers are some of the proudest people in Australia. But sometimes they need our help, especially before it’s too late. Aussie Helpers stays in touch with 100’s of farming families to ensure their well being and survival through good and bad times.
This month we are asking you to create a tote bag with an outback theme for both men and women. They will use these bags to include food, personal items, pamper packs and other essential items that will help Aussie families through this tough drought period.
Decorate your tote bag with embroidery, trims, applique or fun outback themed fabric for either men or women.