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Racing Stripes Skirt | Funkytime
Can you believe that this skirt is made fro IKEA fabric?! I actually have this print in my sewing drawer but never knew what to make with it. I would say this project is a intermediate sewing project as it includes pleating, adding the waist band and sewing in a zipper, but never let that stop you! Practice on scrap fabric first before you use your good fabric (though IKEA fabric is so cheap you could use it anyway!)

Racing Stripes Skirt | Funkytime

Can you believe that this skirt is made fro IKEA fabric?! I actually have this print in my sewing drawer but never knew what to make with it. I would say this project is a intermediate sewing project as it includes pleating, adding the waist band and sewing in a zipper, but never let that stop you! Practice on scrap fabric first before you use your good fabric (though IKEA fabric is so cheap you could use it anyway!)

Daisy Lollipops | Funkytime
When I was younger my sister and our next door neighbours would pick fetch from the side of the road to eat. Fetch was like a wild pea - it tasted terrible but we loved eating something ‘strange’ that you wouldn’t normally eat! These daisy lollipops make me think of that time. I never knew you could eat daisies! Funkytime also recommends using lavender, pansies or chamomile. Just make sure that what you’re adding to your pops is edible and not sprayed with pesticides (which is the reason why we stopped eating fetch!).

Daisy Lollipops | Funkytime

When I was younger my sister and our next door neighbours would pick fetch from the side of the road to eat. Fetch was like a wild pea - it tasted terrible but we loved eating something ‘strange’ that you wouldn’t normally eat! These daisy lollipops make me think of that time. I never knew you could eat daisies! Funkytime also recommends using lavender, pansies or chamomile. Just make sure that what you’re adding to your pops is edible and not sprayed with pesticides (which is the reason why we stopped eating fetch!).