Whipping up a draft stopper, draft dodger or door snake for cozier room is a snap. This is a great project for those just just learning how to sew.
Accent the colors in your kitchen with a stripe of colorful cotton fabric on your plain tea towels. A fabric yo-yo adds a bit of decorative fun.
Abby Welker of A Feathered Nest shows us how to create a beautiful, framed monogram with felt and fabric. A bird embellishment tops of a simple sewn creation.
Bring the beach-side look you love indoors with this By the Sea Potpourri Jar. Decorate an unglazed clay pot with seashells and a soft glitter finish and fill it with a soft scented potpourri for a wonderful addition to your bathroom or bedroom.
This easy spring bouquet is a crafty way to use that leftover ribbon and buttons you have lying around. Button and ribbon crafts are thrifty and will bring out the spring in this gloomy winter.
Use some fabric scraps to create a pretty arrangement of fabric flowers for Mother's Day. This Mother's Day flower bouquet is bound to become a permanent fixture on her table.
Use felt squares to stitch easy pillows with flowers or personalized initials. This is a great easy sewing project for beginners.
Use this comfortable and stuffy Oversized Floor Pouf as a chair or an ottoman. Made with a simple pattern, this DIY floor pouf is great for living rooms, kids rooms, and small living spaces. Make an assortment of poufs in complimenting colors and stack them in a corner of your room for functional furniture that doubles as decor.
Perfect for your living room or bedroom, these Yo Yo Pillows are great for adding some color and texture to your decor. Grab a whole bunch of fabric scraps and a handful of your favorite buttons to make these adorable pillows.
Get busy on your Friday night with this fantastic tie-dye apron that you can make yourself! You won't want to get out of the kitchen with this fashion statement to wear.