Embroidery is totally hot and happening right now! All kinds of lovely handmade pieces are appearing on clothing and interior design accessories. We think that the best thing about this trend is the fact that you can do it yourself!
Soon it will be Halloween again! With a few scraps of fabric you can make these nice ghosts. You can hang them in and around your house to create a real Halloween atmosphere. … Read more »
Comfortable and stylish, our Megan Sweater Dress is a simple dress with a luxurious hem. And with this video tutorial also for beginning sewers achievable!
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This autumn we see a lot of corduroy and velvet coming back in the collections. In our new issue you’ll find these cool Magnus Trousers for boys, in mustard coloured rib velvet. We made the Charlene Trui in a beautiful plum-coloured velvet…. Read more »
You can use a lino print to quickly personalise your notebook cover or book cover. Once you’ve carved your patterns, you can use the prints over and over again. So, it’s super easy to give a personal touch to every single one of your notebooks. NUÏ explains how.
You’ll score major points with any toddler with this rabbit rucksack, perfect for lunches or sports clothes. The ladies of NUÏ explain how to make one.
Bobble stitch, puff stitch or popcorn stitch, whatever you want to call it, we’re big fans of fun stitches with lots of relief. This is also a fun stitch to use to make a cover for your iPad because the bobbles will give it added protection if it falls. The ladies of NUÏ explain how to make one.
Boring desk supplies? Not when you’ve got washi tape! This tape, which originated in Japan, comes in all colours and widths. The advantage is that washi tape won’t leave any adhesive traces behind when you remove it. Don’t hold back when using it to decorate!
A useful lunch bag for adults or kids that you can quickly make yourself using oilcloth. If you want, you can finish the top edge with a clip or a bit of Velcro. Another fun way to close the bag is to use a metal (paper) clamp or a clothes peg.
The ‘in’ print for this autumn? Chequered! In our new magazine (in store on 11/10) you will find the pattern for this trendy Marit Mantel in checkered wool. For the girls we made the Eloïse Shirt Dress in a red-green chequered pattern…. Read more »