every so often, yuwa turns out a fabric for its live life collection that we quite literally drool over! available in 4 colors, this yuwa fabric (which we’ve called french pastry recipe), is festooned with the loveliest french afternoon tea delights and heirloom recipes for the sweetest sweets. one of these days, we’re going to try baking from one of the recipes to see what they turn out! now, one of the best things about fall in nyc is that the farmers’ markets are brimming…
hello buttonholes! we’ve posted a step-by-step photo illustrated tutorial on the one-row buttonhole we used in our Ziggy pattern. it’s a bit more complicated than the basic yarnover buttonhole, but a lot sturdier! practice the buttonhole a few times and it will become second nature to ya! (note: click read the rest of this entry for the tutorial)
the stitch crossing rows (6 & 12) of indian cross stitch can be a bit sticky. we’re showing you in pictures in case our written instructions don’t make any sense!
2 color shaker stitch knit flat is a bit tricky, so we’re providing a step-by-step tutorial to show you how we do it.