As you've probably guessed I like to reduce, reuse and recycle, the war time ethic of make do and mend was so right, here's a little quiz to test your recycle style.
Q. You get a large moth hole in your favourite sweater what do you do?
a. Bin it, you don't know one end of a needle from the other.
b. Donate it to a thrift store, it still has some use.
c, Your brain goes into creative overdrive thinking of all the crafty ways you can camouflage or compliment this new hole.
If you answered a - You may possibly have come to the wrong blog, overspenders anonymous is down the hall. (0 points)
If you answered b - Yay you for considering that the sweater has a usable life after you're done with it, take a dose of Ruby murrays Musings once a day, the craftiness should start rubbing off on you within 2 weeks. (5 points)
If you answered c - GO STRAIGHT TO THIS LINK (10 Points)http://www.craftleftovers.com/blog/archives/6296
Kristin Roach of Craft Leftovers is writing a book featuring crafty and creative repairs of clothing.
The deadline has been extended to 26th January (TOMORROW) not long I know but it's a great opportunity to have your work featured in print, if you are one of the lucky people to be selected you'll receive a short write up in the publication and a FREE copy of the book completion.
Check out this link for more information, it's easy to submit your work, I've done it myself (25 word write up and Jpeg images can all be submitted via email)
Get going and submit your work, this is a great opportunity for us crafty types.