Guest Post: Eggnogg Design

FergalEggnogg’s founder, Kate Edmunds provides a little insight into her company Eggnogg and her latest fabric forays.

We have two of these gorgeous Create a Cuddlies to give away. They are gorgeous tea towels with quirky cute designs that you can cut out and make into your own soft toy cuddlies. To enter simply leave a comment and from all comments received by midnight on 31st May we will pick out two lucky winners. Usual Netmums terms and conditions apply.


Eggnog design – by Kate Edmunds

My first passion has always been illustrating.  After the arrival of my children, I began illustrating books for publishing houses and creating greeting cards for family and friends.   Eggnogg was a natural progression. The name itself comes from one of my early greeting card designs depicting a nostalgic 70s party (inspired by ‘Abigail’s Party’).

Eggnogg provided me with a blank canvas to carry-out the things I enjoy most: creating Colinfun, quirky characters that bring a smile to everyone’s face.

Through Eggnogg, I try to create products that bring a fresh approach to colouring.  The bold designs help challenge the senses and stimulate the imagination, offering a perfect solution to calming the rowdiest of children!

My adoration for textiles has always been a bit of an obsession. Following a visit to The National Gallery and V&A, I was inspired to unleash Eggnogg onto textiles.  I began imagining ways of incorporating children’s colouring creations into practical, functional and fun products.

FergalThis later transpired into a range of fabric products that help motivate children to get even more creative with colour. The first of these was the ‘Create A Cuddly…’ tea towel toy – a unique project which is certain to keep imaginations flowinof place on the sofa, and the ‘Colour-in Kit Bag’ – enabling g from start to finish.  In four simple steps, the unique colour-in tea towel transforms into a cute cuddly toy:  colour-in, cut-out, sew together, and fill… voila, the toys are all set for some exciting role-play adventures!

The newest additions include the ‘My Little Masterpiece Cushion’ – a keepsake colour-in creation that can take pride children to personalise their own kit bag with a rainbow of colours to brighten up PE, swimming lessons or sleepovers!eggnog

The wonderful thing about the new textile range is their versatility; children can create
and make something beautiful that can be used for play, to decorate the home, or to store things in – perfectly complementing our range of colour-in card and paper products!

There’s more exciting products in production at this very moment, so watch this space!



We have a ‘Colin’ and a ‘Fergal’ Create a Cuddly to giveaway. Simply leave a comment and from all comments received by midnight on 31st May we will pick out two lucky winners. Usual Netmums terms and conditions apply.

Eggnogg eggnoggdesign quirky gifts, party supplies, and colour-in products for all ages. From tablecloths, postcard books, posters, bunting and pocket books to greeting cards, wrap, notebooks and stickers, Eggnogg challenges the senses through colour, texture and humour.

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68 Responses to Guest Post: Eggnogg Design

  1. Lauren Sidebotham says:

    These are so cute….i would love to do these with my son!

  2. Tara says:

    These are so cute. I would love to win these 🙂

  3. Emily Ryan says:

    These are sooo cute! My little girl would love!!

  4. Jo Gibbons says:

    Love the Fergal Frog, he’s ace!

  5. Suzanne Brown says:

    These are fantastic ! Something I could help my two year old with whilst keeping my nine year old entertained as well !

  6. Claire Scott says:

    What a fantastic idea! Would love this for my children 😊

  7. laura Simmons says:

    Haha these are awesome, my daughter wouod so love to do this!!

  8. Emma says:

    They look great, would love to make with my little girl x

  9. Swazi says:

    lovely designs and such a novel way to get kids involved in making their own toys 🙂

  10. julie swan says:

    Lovely ideas for rainy day activitiesx x

  11. Heather kyrwood says:

    My step daughter would love us to win this:-)

  12. Heather Gunn says:

    These are #totesamazeballs!

  13. Ria says:

    These are gorgeous. The kids and I love doing little things like this together. Thank you net mums for introducing them to me.

  14. Stephanie Campbell says:

    These are so funky!

  15. Jeanette says:

    These are really lovely. What a great idea xx

  16. Samantha schofield says:

    These look great fun for the kids could use some now we have rain and they are borrrrred already lol we’ve done everything today too

  17. lucie coe says:

    My son is desperate for a new pet at the moment, if I’m lucky one of these gorgeous toys would do the trick. X

  18. Nina Burnett says:

    What a fantastic idea 🙂 My daughter would love this! (As would I!) fingers crossed!

  19. Kerry says:

    They look great x

  20. katrina williams says:

    These are lovely, my 6 year old would love a chance to make one of these , she loves anything she can make herself

  21. Karoline Stanton says:

    Very creative! They look like great fun to make!

  22. leah says:

    Cute design

  23. anna says:

    My son would love these!

  24. debbie luckhurst says:


  25. Victoria beard says:

    These are lovely, I’m always trying to find new things to do with my little boy 🙂

  26. Vikki Bond says:

    Great something that doesn’t involve technology my kids would love doing these i would too but don’t tell them !

  27. Amy Cannon says:

    These are great. My daughter would love them and they would also make a great gift.

  28. Samantha Murray says:

    Great idea, my six year old daughter would love one of these!

  29. Em Heywood says:

    How cute are they 🙂

  30. mandzmagee says:

    Fantastic idea and so much more rewarding for the kids to spend their time making something to keep instead of engross themselves in front of a TV or Ipad! Xx

  31. emma says:

    these are so cute my dd would love one

  32. Rachael Sanderson says:

    My kids would love this! Such a fab idea!

  33. Caroline Sadler says:

    Love them. Would be lovely to make this with my little boy for him to keep 🙂

  34. Jen says:

    My son would love these!

  35. Dawn Bevan says:

    Very funky and a great idea to keep little ones entertained on a wet day!

  36. Heidi says:

    These look fab! My children would love to win one.

  37. Laura says:

    Gorgeous! So original, quirky and super cute!

  38. Harley r says:

    Wow I’d love one of these for my budding artists! Would make a fab keepsake x

  39. Harley says:

    Would love one of these for my budding artist, would make a fab keepsake

  40. Would love to make these with my wee boy. Got our fingers and toes crossed 😊

  41. Caroline Smith says:

    My girls would love to win these – such a great idea!

  42. Hannah Murphy says:

    Wow. Would love to win this eggnogg creation. Thanks for the chance.

  43. Emma Hopkins says:

    Painfully cute 🙂 so adorable.

  44. mary says:

    such a good idea…and they love fantastic! something every child would treasure.

  45. Kate sutherland says:

    An inspired design idea! Love it!! Eggnogg definitely rocks! Practicality and creativity combined!!

  46. Vicky Rathbone says:

    My daughter would love a Fergal dog to make they are so lovely

  47. Victoria Scales says:

    I love these, they’re such a great idea. My son would love them.

  48. Claire Birbeck says:

    What a fab innovative idea! Would love to win one for my princess. The designs are fab good luck with this continued success! Details here if I am lucky 🙂 thanks x

  49. Becky says:

    These are a fantastic idea – I’d love to make one with my 2 year old, Jacob 🙂

  50. emily says:

    They look amazing,bright and children and myself would like them.

  51. My babies would love this xx

  52. Miss angela dobson says:

    These are fantastis. My 3 year old son Tyler. Lost his teddy at the weekend. He has had this teddy,,since he was born. This would be a great replacement.

  53. Lisa Hilton says:

    I have been looking for different things to do, with my toddler, sadly he lost his grandma last week, she did the crafty things with him, so i need new ideas to carry on where she left off.

  54. emma says:

    Beautiful clever and innovative idea, my little boy would love one (he is 6 and called Joshua).

  55. ann says:

    ;p so cool my sons would love them

  56. Francesca Bell says:

    What a lovely idea- would be great to get my son to create a cuddly for his little brother or sister due in July

  57. Melanie Roberts says:

    What a great idea, a lovely way to create something special to keep with your child!

  58. Karen wallace says:

    These are lovely and so different to other crafts. Would love to do them with my girls

  59. Mary-Jane says:

    This are a fab idea, my 5 year old son would love to make his own cuddly and colouring it in too is a great idea!

  60. Anna Wilson says:

    These are brill, what a great idea. My son would live to create his own Fergal the frog 🐸 x

  61. Emma Thomas says:

    What a fab and unique idea!!! Great to get the little ones interactive and imaginative! Awesome-absolutely love it Xx 🐸🐶

  62. Lucy bunn says:

    What a brilliantly creative creation. Something that inspired her, and she followed it up and through! I love the bright colourful quirky designs, she must feel very proud :))

  63. Sarah Hurrell says:

    How cute. My 4 year old son loves painting and colouring. He would love this.

  64. Jacintha James says:

    Brilliant idea

  65. Suky says:

    I really really want one…….too cute x

  66. Jenny says:

    These look so much fun! I would love to make one with my children.

  67. Jen Rowe says:

    Wow. These are amazing. I haven’t seen anything like this before. Me and my little boys would love to have a go at doing these

  68. marnie jack says:

    My little girl is just learning to sew and this would be lovely to do together and share some quality time.

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