While researching and writing our new book, Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home: A Sourcebook for Stylish, Eco-Conscious Living, over the past few years, we searched high and low for housewares that are as earth-friendly as they are design-forward. To celebrate the book’s release next month, we’re joining with Armadillo Rugs, Rough Linen, Heath Ceramics, and Goodee to give away favorite eco-conscious finds worthy of keeping around for years (and years).
One grand-prize winner will receive a linen tablecloth and napkins, a handwoven (and hardwearing) jute rug, a made-to-last ceramic serving bowl, a natural, hypoallergenic bedroll, and a copy of Remodelista:
In 2021 my elderly parents bought a flat in a new development by Martin Oppenheimer which was being marketed by the estate agent Connells. They paid an extra £2,000 for a parking place. On the reservation agreement, issued by Connells, the parking provision is circled, and my parents were given a key fob to access the car park. A year later, my father received a parking ticket while on the site and was informed that he did not have parking registered to his property. It transpires the parking space was omitted from the lease, as Connells did not include it
If you are new to quilting, buying fabric can be a little (lot) stressful. It is not cheap, but you are about to spend a whole bunch of your time working on a project so it is worthwhile to spend time (and a little money) buying something that you really love.
The fabric requirements for the Luna Quilt are listed in the pattern and I am going to walk you through what all of these mean, talking specifically about the lap size quilt but you can apply this to any quilt size. There are 4 different types of fabric that