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February eMagazine - Go Nuts for Doughnuts!

eMagazine felt doughnut felt kit Past Craft Club Kits



Welcome to this months box: Go Nuts For Doughnuts!

After last months slightly more time consuming project, we have gone for a 'quick & can make this in front of the tv' project. 'Go Nuts for Doughnuts!' is a felt pin cushion to brighten up your sewing workspace. Enjoyable to make and can easily be completed with a few stitches.

We also have a bonus mini-kit this month with a pack of self cover buttons and little fabric squares. If you haven't used these before, simple instructions are provided in this eMagazine.

Hints ~ Tips ~ Useful Links

If you need any extra help for this project these links are useful:
How to Back Stitch
How to Whip Stitch

If you like this project here are some more inspirational doughnut crafts (these all link through to our Pinterest board where you can click through to them):

Don't fancy making a pin cushion? What about adapting the project to a keyring, mug holder or garland? If you have any extra felt in your stash there is this ultra-cute doughnut collar too!

What's In The Box?!?!

The Kit Contains:

Beads (full packet so plenty left over for other projects)
* Beige Embroidery thread
*Wool Blend Felt White - 15x15cm
*Wool Blend Felt Felt Beige - 15x30cm    

The Mini Kit Contains:

*5 Pack Cover Buttons 19mm 
*5 x Little Fabric Squares


The Bundle Contains:
*Pin Wheel
*1/2metre Medium Interfacing 
*Decorative Glitter Thread 10 Metres
       *1 metre Bias Binding        
* 1 Pack Quilting Needles        

Cover Button Mini Kit
Cover buttons are a treasure. We make them with no project in mind using up left over scraps of fabric. Then they always seem to add that 'just right' finishing touch to future projects.

You don't need any special tools. Cut a circle of fabric about a centimetre wider in diameter than the backing piece of the button. Using an embroidery thread, sew a running stitch around the outside of the circle close to the edge. Pull the thread so the fabric balloons. Pop in the top of your cover button then pull the thread tight. Tie the thread (double knot) and push the fabric onto the teeth of the top. Push the back of the cover button on until it clicks.

Some cover button photos to inspire you!
Lots & lots of ideas on using cover buttons in your crafts! Available via our Pinterest board.

Craft Club News

Our new website will be open in February. We have slightly changed our name to Craft Club Box. We hope to be adding different kinds of boxes to our website later this year.

Subscriber Makes!
Last months box has received good feedback. Donna (who always sends photos of her makes in - thank you Donna) went on to buy more flex frames to make other projects.Send your photos to join in.

Next Month......

Some fabric loveliness x

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