Making Winter: A Creative Guide for Surviving the Winter Months

August 17, 2019 - Comment

Banish winter blues and embrace the frosty months by cosying up with Emma Mitchell’s nature-inspired collection of crafts. From delicate silver jewellery, paper-craft decorations and crocheted mittens, to foraged infusions, delicious recipes and nature diaries, Making Winter is filled with projects designed to fend off dreariness in the winter months. Step-by-step instructions and beautiful photographs,

Banish winter blues and embrace the frosty months by cosying up with Emma Mitchell’s nature-inspired collection of crafts.

From delicate silver jewellery, paper-craft decorations and crocheted mittens, to foraged infusions, delicious recipes and nature diaries, Making Winter is filled with projects designed to fend off dreariness in the winter months.

Step-by-step instructions and beautiful photographs, shot at Emma’s cottage in the Fens, take you through each project, so that even beginners can enjoy the mood-boosting benefits of a craft-filled winter and snuggle down in their own cosy paradise.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Making Winter This is a beautiful book! It is perfect for diving into on a grey winters day. It will comfort and inspire you to create gorgeousness of which you didn’t know you were capable of. It is jam-packed with recipes and ideas to keep you busy during the winter months all beautifully illustrated. I am a beginner to silver art clay and I was able following Emma’s expert instructions to make some lovely Christmas presents, see photograph. I can thoroughly recommend this fabulous book!

Anonymous says:

Beautiful antidote to the winter blues This is a beautiful book. The projects within are designed to help you hear the winter blues with crafts and baking. It is set out beautifully, with lovely photos and clear explanations. I have already tried out the blondies and the birds in my garden love the bird feeders. It is a real winter treat. I particularly loved preserving autumn leaves, which worked really well. I’m looking forward to trying out other projects from the book and would recommend it for yourself or as a gift for a friend.

Anonymous says:

Lovely book but … Lovely book but unfortunately a lot of crochet which I don’t do. Shame there wasn’t a mix of knitting and crochet. I kept seeing good reviews and that’s why I bought it but not a good buy for me.

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