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Free Bunny Doll Pattern

| June 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Free Bunny Doll Pattern

Sooo…. some of you may know, that this is a BIG YEAR for me.. a BIG YEAR in which I hit a BIG NUMBER. No, I am not talking about pageviews on the blog, or growing subscriptions on my YouTube channel (but whilst I have your attention, to pop over and subscribe ūüėČ ) I […]

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How to Make a Taggie Blanket – Easy Sewing Project

| April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
How to Make a Taggie Blanket – Easy Sewing Project

Aaaah though my kids are now 7yrs and 5yrs… and many of our friends have “done” the baby “thing”, there is a new wave of babies around us… so lovely indeed. And as with previous friend’s babies, I LOVE to make my own baby gifts. In the past, I used to knit an adorable little […]

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How to Make a Toothless Dragon Costume

| March 12, 2015 | 2 Comments
How to Make a Toothless Dragon Costume

As you know, every so often, a reader shares some FABULOUS CRAFTY GOODNESS with me.. I then ask if they would mind me sharing it with you, here, on Red Ted Art. Today, is such a day. I was asking my readers about their World Book Day costumes and which book characters their kids had […]

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Fabric Hearts Sewing Project

| February 2, 2015 | 1 Comment
Fabric Hearts Sewing Project

Today we have the lovely Chris Guest posting for us on the last few days (of the 31 Days of Love series)…. She shares a super cute and simple Heart Sewing Project! So pretty and fun! Check out all the other wonderful ¬†guests posts to date by browsing¬†31 Days of Love here! Hello! I’m Chris […]

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Kookaburra Crafts & Song

| December 22, 2014 | 2 Comments
Kookaburra Crafts & Song

Many moons ago we did a video hangout (where several bloggers get together and share their ideas via a skype type recording) about Nursery Rhymes and Nursery Songs. They were all the obvious ones, such as Humpty Dumpty sat on a Wall and Five Little Ducks Went Swimming One Day.. but one that I REALLY […]

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Christmas Pudding Felt Ornament

| November 23, 2014 | 1 Comment
Christmas Pudding Felt Ornament

I love getting together and getting crafty with my GROWN UP friends too. A few weeks ago (yes, it has taken me THIS LONG to finally get it sorted and “up on Red Ted Art), we go together for a simple Felt Ornament making session. We had made these Felt Stars many moons ago and […]

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Felt Ornaments for Christmas: Robin

| November 21, 2014 | 1 Comment
Felt Ornaments for Christmas: Robin

A few weeks ago, I got together with some friends to make some little Felt Ornaments – we decided on these cute little Birds (easily converted into Robins, I think?!) that I had seen in a DoCrafts Magazine. It was a great opportunity to chat, have a glass of wine and get some of our […]

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Doll in a Box – My Gift to my 5yrd Old

| October 23, 2014 | 21 Comments
Doll in a Box – My Gift to my 5yrd Old

Let me begin by saying.. yes…. I am SHOWING OFF! This post is all about me showing off to you. Because I am really rather, very and totally pleased with myself. There. I hope you don’t mind my smugness, but sometimes, I think you just have to be, right?!?! A few months ago, we received […]

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The Owl and The Pussycat Craft

| March 12, 2014 | 1 Comment
The Owl and The Pussycat Craft

Making toys out of gloves is a great craft for the beginner sewer. Usually there is no cutting of the glove involved, which means no fraying if things are not sewn as neatly as they could be. Also, you can usually choose to glue on some of the details, making the sewing portion of the […]

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Easy Fabric Flowers

| February 4, 2014 | 17 Comments
Easy Fabric Flowers

We recently did a Flower Crafts Ideas Hangout – where crafty bloggers get together online and record a short video discusing lots of craft ideas around one topic – FLOWERS!!! ¬†It is a great way for me to connect with fellow crafters, but also bring you a varied set of ideas – as we all […]

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Felt Heart Craft Keyring – Gifts That Kids Can Make

| August 28, 2013 | 13 Comments
Felt Heart Craft Keyring – Gifts That Kids Can Make

We love it when our craft session ends in gifts that kids can make… these adorable little felt heart crafts are just that – turn them into key rings or zipper pulls on your school bags and you have a lovely little gift to give to a relative or a friend. We are craft mad […]

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Kids Art Rag Dolls

| April 17, 2013 | 22 Comments
Kids Art Rag Dolls

When I first started off on Pinterest, I saw some adorable Rag Dolls that Rummage had made with her girls – their dolls are just TOTALLY adorable and you simply must click through and take ¬†a peak! And I pinned it to make with MY KIDS one day. ¬†I couldn’t wait for Red Ted’s and […]

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Scottie Door Stop & Free Dog Patterns

| January 18, 2013 | 100 Comments
Scottie Door Stop & Free Dog Patterns

Well ever since I saw Me and My Shadow’s home made door stop how to a few weeks ago, I have been obsessed with the idea of converting a pair of old (crazy) trousers that belong to The Englishman’s youth into a Scottie door stop. Dog patterns were surprisingly hard to find. Free dog patterns […]

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Recycled Christmas Ornaments

| December 14, 2012 | 12 Comments
Recycled Christmas Ornaments

I made these recycled Christmas Ornaments “on a whim”, earlier in the week and thought I would share these with you today. Not only are they “recycled”, but they are also lovely keepsakes. The green Christmas Tree Ornament is made from one of Pip Squeak’s (stained) cardigans and the snowman is made from one Red […]

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