With a pretty picot edge, this bolero is cute as can be for a girl 2-10 years. Use this bolero crochet pattern to make a light and dressy sweater for any little girl.
As your child finishes a book, the book worm grows with a new ball for his body. Pick a different color for each segment. Parents can help print book titles on each body segment or pin cardstock with book titles.
Repurpose a children's book to make the Books in Silhouette wall art and decor to hang in your child's room or your study. This whimsical framed wall art is a charming, nostalgic look at literature.
Looking for a fun toy that's eco-friendly? Make a Bottle Cap Snake Toy! Kids will love this recycled craft.
Send him back to school with a backpack that carries a baseball message as well as his books.
Use this great camouflage tye-die bag to "hide" your stuff from the girls! It's easy and fun to make with these tie-dye techniques.
Any little girl would love such a wonderful sweater like this one. The free knitting patterns offered like this one have a fabulous texture to it. Cables and ribbing add nice detail.
This child's poncho pattern is for all skill levels and has colorful stripes and a mock turtleneck. Stay warm and look fabulous with adorable pom-pom detail on the sides.
This pot is great for the kids to help out with. The bright colors are sure to light up any room. All you need to use is some patio paint on these terra cotta pots.
Make a new friend with Kathleen George's creations. The finger friend is a fun and exciting adventure you can have with your kids. It's easy too.