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Declan's Dog Bore!

Delighted to be this week's 'Dog Bore' Designer Maker on Declan's Dog Blog. You can read all about Heidi and how we met at http://www.declandog.com/dogboreblog/2017/2/20/the-designer-maker-dog-bore

Boots and Bones

Say Hello to Otis! He is the lovely literary Labradoodle owned by Emilie Darke and he writes review posts for the brilliant small business, Boots and Bones Blog. They make a great selection of handmade dog collars, leads and bow ties at http://www.bootandbones.co.uk For this month, February, Otis has reviewed one of my personalised dog bandanas. He asked for something bright to stand out against his dark fur. So as I'm an official Made In Britain member I chose red, white and blue as my colour scheme. Read his review at: https://bootsandbones.co.uk/friends/february-2017-otis-grumbles-misheleneous-review/ And if you like what you read and see you can contact me for a bespoke bandana for your

Make It British!

Absolutely delighted that MisHelenEous has been named as one of the Top 20 Best Dog Brands in Britain by the Make It British team who are behind the Made in Britain campaign and Marque! Read their blog post at: http://makeitbritish.co.uk/top-ten/best-british-dog-accessories-brands/ You can see my Border Terrier assistant Heidi pictured top left, in a bespoke personalised dog bandana for a dog to wear at her owner's upcoming February wedding. A wedding Belle indeed. For any requests you may have contact me via my website or Etsy shop at: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MisHelenEous


The Fred Aldous #MakeAnything Project is in the window of their fabulous Craft Shop in Manchester's Northern Quarter. The Manchester Craft Mafia were invited to take part in the display using the themes of Neon, Geometric and Typography. You can go and see it now, for 3 weeks during February and give your support to all things handmade or join in and create something yourself! As a member of the Manchester Craft Mafia I decided to make some pentagon flag bunting using neon and geometric patterned fabrics and the font I used for the make Any Thing typography was also called Neon. You can see it in the right hand corner of the window.

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