In Vintage Made issue 15, I spoke of my immature Camembert cheese residing in my wine fridge - it was only one week old and already covered in a very thin white fuzz.   [caption id="attachment_23166" align="aligncenter" width="500"] My immature Camembert - at one week.[/caption]   The final outcome...

  We've all had it happen to some degree. There you are, sailing along beautifully creating away, or perhaps you are like a maniac as you create, and you hit it. A wall. Further to the article in Embellish issue 43 about what you can do when...

    We thought you’d like to know more about some of our contributors who bring you the projects and special articles in our magazines. Click on any red text to be taken to various links to find out even more about our contributors.     Textile Fibre Forum issue...

  Bringing you up to date and looking forward to Spring!   Our wonderful magazines are put together months before they are published. Events and situations across the world and within Australia have been quickly moving and changing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. What had been scheduled may...

Following on from the article and photos in Vintage Made issue 15: Written by Eleanor Keene; photos supplied by Linda Connell     The Art Deco festival is held twice a year, February and July (the July 2020 festival was cancelled due to the Corona Virus). However February is...

  Probably all of us have at least one piece of vintage embroidery far too lovely to throw out even though it has a hole in the fabric, or perhaps a rust spot. It could be a piece of great sentimental value. Lynda Worthington, Craft Editor of...

  Often, all you need to do to renew your old knitted, crochet or woven items is to dye them. Dyeing will give them a new lease on life. Often a beautiful item that you have found at an op shop will also look better if...

    After creating the Seahorse Button and Bead Art artwork in Embellish issue 41, Lynda's friends were adamant that she needed to show people how she had framed up her fabric in the embroidery slate frame so that no pins were sticking into her as she...

  We'd like to place one of our back issues under the spotlight every so often for you - this time we have Embellish issue 38. The contents page for this issue may be seen here: Embellish 38 contents. This issue has a theme of "Antarctica".   Here for you...

  Australian Alpaca Yarn: The start of our adventure   by Tim Toshack and Graham Lugg   [caption id="attachment_20271" align="alignnone" width="400"] Coloured Cria[/caption]   The commencement of our adventure into the world of alpacas started in 2003 when we purchased our first 3 alpacas. Our initial herd consisted of 2 wethers and...