Without knowledge of crochet or knitting, you can still use yarn for some great craft projects. Use yarn to create decorative accents such as wreaths, vases or hollow yarn balls. Kids can create God's Eyes and other crafts with yarn.
In this informational article, you'll learn all about felt crafts including the differences between the 5 types of felt, and what felt craft projects you can make with each type.
Want to know what to make with old jeans? Read this article on 6 old jeans purse patterns and discover how to make a purse from old jeans. What a stylish way to recycle.
Get festive this holiday season and set your table with a pair of pinecone place settings. Felt sheets give them a great look and feel. This tutorial is perfect for step by step instructions.
This wet bag craft idea can be used for your swimsuits! Just place your wet suit in this vinyl lined bag and keep your car seats dry. Your suit will no longer trail soppy water!
The Abbey Baby Dress is a pretty, girly dress to make for your baby to wear with her Mary Jane Pleated Slippers. These free sewing patterns for babies are not only easy, but they're stylish too!
When most people think of crafting, torches don't usually come to mind. However, this Actually Useful Torch tutorial will show you why it's beneficial to learn how to use a torch in your crafting endeavors. Fire and heat are great ways to make metal more malleable, create cool coloring effects, and bond different pieces together. Using a torch is extremely useful if you want to create a practical, long-lasting craft. Don't be afraid to give this Actually Useful Torch a try.
So you've mastered the basic art of blending- now what? Try your hand at Advanced Feather Blending for Drawers, of course! Maker coloring techniques can really add to your craft designs and create depth. Make your designs pop with help from this tutorial.
Learn how to use alcohol ink! This craft video to watch will teach you all the tricks. This Alcohol Ink on Cardkeeper Box Video is super fun and will spark your creativity.
Save your plastic packaging and you can use it to make cute embellishments for your paper crafting! This alcohol ink tutorial is about coloring acetate embellishments with alcohol ink, a great medium for dyeing non-porous surfaces like plastic, glass, metal, and more!