Did you know that as well as writing the Lucky Ladybird craft blog I also write for and edit a creative arts magazine called Cassiopeia Magazine? If not check it out. Last night we released issue 3, and the theme is 'fake'. There are articles on fake designer goods, fake meat products and photoshopped images, short stories, photography and artwork inspired by 'fake', reviews of remakes and rewrites, recipes and even a knitting pattern for making your own knitted roses. These beautiful flowers were created by my good friend Whitney. She's used this pattern to knit all the flowers for her wedding which is taking place this weekend. She's bound to end up the toast of Offbeat Bride and I know it's going to be a beautiful day full of craft and love.
To read the tutorial visit expand the issue above and click through to page 37. You can also follow Cassiopeia on Facebook (facebook.com/CassiopeiaMag) or on twitter (@CassiopeiaMag) to receive updates about new issues. I'm always on the look out for interesting contributions, so if you think you'd like to submit something (crafty or otherwise) take a look at the submissions page or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Love and luck, LL x x x