Titles: Bag Making Basics: Reversible Tote & Zipper Pouch Bag-Making Basics: Drawstring Bag & Bucket BagInstructor: Kristin LinkUsual Price: FREE I can’t believe this pair of courses are totally free! Learn how to make four beautiful and very handy bags.
Symfonie wood double pointed sock needles set by Knit Pro This is a pack of 6 sets of double ended (double pointed) knitting needles, ideal for knitting socks or other fine yarn items. Each set includes 6 separate needles. Usually
Regular readers of the Tin Teddy Blog will know that I really like pens. Whilst I have many, many pens, of different types, brands and colours, amongst my favourites are my Tombow ABT Dual Brush markers. I use these
I have been enjoying playing with resin lately. I particularly admire some of the beautiful resin jewellery I have seen in various YouTube tutorials and Pinterest pins. One very useful component for resin jewellery is pressed flowers. They are also
Today I am going to review my Pentel Oil Pastels. I have been using this particular brand since 2015, and am thrilled with both the quality and the value for money. My current set is the largest they do, 50
Paper beads are so easy, cheap and fun to make. And this brilliant device makes it even better. This is the Great Gizmos Green Creativity Recycled Paper Beads kit. It costs around £11 and is available from Amazon (link at
My sister bought me a pack of Paper Mate Flair felt tip pens for Christmas last year, and I have used them so much since that I thought it was high time I did a review of them here on
Regular readers of the Tin Teddy Blog will know that I rather like alcohol markers. I have examples of many brands, but one of my favourites is the Tonic Nuvo Creative Alcohol Marker range. This particular brand has been out
I rather like making friendship bracelets, and have since I was quite young. Back then I would pin some cords to the leg of my jeans to make the knotting easier. Yes, this did sometimes make holes in my jeans.
I have rather a lot of marker pens. It is very important to me to keep them safe and accessible for easy use. Regular readers of the Tin Teddy Blog will remember my previous articles on two of my marker