Have scraps of fabric or paper laying around? Use them to decorate up a plain blank book or notebook, and the results will impress all of your friends.
Make this tote bag your own with the addition of any photograph.
Who doesn't love jewelry? What's even better is making your own jewelry out of personal treasures. Visit the craft store and pick up basic jewelry making materials like wire, beads, and Kreinik double-sided red-liner tape, and you can make this pendant pr
This adorned cross is the perfect gift for a religious friend or to decorate your own home. The colorful braids and floral paper add a nice touch of color.
If you have a son or daughter who always wanted a pet turtle, but YOU didn't want to take care of a pet turtle, make this cute no-mess version out of foam sheets, beads, and colorful metallic threads.
Have you ever asked yourself, "where can I find a pattern to make purses?" Well, look no further at this fun and festive bedazzled clutch that is quick and easy to make.
This cute, striped knit bag is a great size tote for any age. This works up quickly quickly in stockinette stitch. Center seams down front and back of bag add to unique look.
An easy crochet pattern is this tote bag for beginners. Bernat Softee Chunky yarn is used for a nice solid bag. The metal belt buckle is a great closure that you just have to sew on.
Use this quilting glossary to look up unfamiliar terms while learning how to quilt
From St. Petersburg Florida, a retired and enjoying it senior citizen. I retired in 2007 and havent had a boring moment yet. I think senior living is the best job Ive ever had and I have so many more projects to create that I need the time.