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Make a drawstring bag

My first tutorial for William Gee has been a while coming, but it’s now live! I’ve started with a nice easy one: how to sew a lined drawstring bag. Perfect for PE kits! Check it out here. Recognise the fabric? It’s

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Girl Power!

You’d be forgiven for thinking that this post has something to do with the Spice Girls given the title, but rest assured it’s not. To be honest, I was never a fan (unlike my brother, who would never admit it

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Mollie Makes Handmade Awards 2015

Have you heard about the Mollie Makes Handmade Awards? The first ever one was last year and this year there are five categories you can enter: Youth Award:  For creative entrepreneurs aged 18 to 25 who haven’t yet established a

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Behind the Scenes

So Little Squish now has a shiny new YouTube channel! I thought it’d be nice to share the odd video here and there about how I create various pieces of children’s clothing. I always find it interesting to look at

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Me-Made-May… No Thanks.

Unless you live under a rock, or at least if you’re not on social media, you can’t have failed to notice that it’s “Me-Made-May”. Call me a party pooper, but I just don’t see the point. (If you want to

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Posted in Further Adventures of a Little Squish, Life, My handmade wardrobe, Sewing

Cotton Couture at Manchester Art Gallery

Over the Easter holidays we decided to have a day trip to Manchester. I used to live there (for about a year after university) and I love the place. We popped into Manchester Art Gallery and coincidentally they had a

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Posted in Days Out, Further Adventures of a Little Squish, Life, Little Squish

Sneaky peek

As you’ll know if you read my previous post, I’ve been working on some new things recently. I posted this little peek at something I’ve been working on via Instagram last night, did you see it? The newest addition to my

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Posted in Etsy, Further Adventures of a Little Squish, Little Squish, New products

Artisan Market Night

    Being an Etsy seller is great for many reasons, but none more so than some of the fantastic people you’ll meet. I’m part of a few teams, mostly local to myself, and it’s great to exchange ideas, offer

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A change of direction

I’ve been doing lots of thinking about things lately. Well, not all the things, just sewing and blogging things. Little Squish started because I loved making clothes for my girls, and I wanted to make things for other people’s children

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Meet Audrey!

I’ve been after a mannequin for ages now; a child-sized one that is. I thought it’d be really useful for taking photos for my Etsy or All By Mama stores, and for anything else I do for Love Sewing. Eleanor

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