This article includes a free knitting pattern for a striped dishcloth. The pattern uses Lily Sugar n’ Cream yarn and an easy garter stitch. You'll also learn how to knit on the diagonal using an increase method, as well as how to wash and care for your knitted dishcloth.
Making a wet felted vessel with a fitting lid has suddenly got much easier! In this tutorial, we will utilize a Gertie play ball and a few plastic garden pots to help you achieve success every time.
Cushions are useful for a bench both for comfort while sitting and for preventing scratches from jean rivets or pet nails. Learn how to easily create a free-standing cushion to enhance and protect furniture.
Also called an "even feed foot," this pressure foot is useful for sewing knits, quilting, and matching plaids or stripes. This article will explain how to attach and use the "walking foot" while keeping the original hem on a knit top.
The tulip stitch turns a doily into a beautiful teardrop hanging basket!
Learn how to make these decorative wet felted pumpkins for Halloween. These cute little pumpkins are sure to captivate their audience, especially when you turn them into lights or lamps with battery-operated tea lights.
We often need to shorten purchased curtains, clothing hems, sleeves, and possibly a tablecloth. We may also want to keep the original hem because of a certain decoration, stitching, or function (as in a cuff). Learn how to keep the original hem intact when you shorten or hem a purchased item.
This is an easy felting project for beginners. This article shows you how to make a needle-felted 'rubber ducky' and includes an exercise pattern, a list of materials you'll need, and steps on how to create your first needle felting craft.
In this step-by-step tutorial, you'll learn how to sew a giant succulent 3D floor and sofa pillow for your home. This guide provides you with the patterns you'll need and tips for creating each layer of this plush pillow.
Follow this step-by-step punch needle art tutorial and learn what to expect or consider when you start doing it. This guide also includes suggestions for which materials to buy, tips for developing an easy and comfortable technique, examples of finished crafts, and more.
Do you like to see your makeup (or any items) all at once? Do you dislike digging through a traditional upright cosmetic bag for that little eye pencil? If so, this is for you. Learn how to make your own bag that will lay flat until you close it with the drawstring. An easy and forgiving project.
When first starting a new hobby, it can be easy to be discouraged by mistakes. If you follow these tips, you should be stitching like a pro in no time!
Transparent Paverpol fabric hardener is used in this tutorial to create a bird pod, which (when dry) is both weatherproof and hard to the touch. Paverpol is water-based. It is also non-toxic, making it a good choice for a bird pod, which will be used outdoors and in all weathers.
Flex frames are cheap, flexible, and easy to install. In this no-sew tutorial, you will learn how to make a felted pouch using wet felting techniques.
Have fun making these cute dresses for these adorable chubby baby dolls! The pattern is easy and works up quickly. (If you are new to crocheting with thread, it may be a little more of a challenge.)
This article will show you how to make your own reusable cloth mask, in different sizes and patterns to help slow the spread of COVID-19. You can hand sew them or use a sewing machine. They make great gifts for loved ones or thoughtful donations for medical professionals in need of more PPE.
How to make wet felted boots with recycled wool felt and scrap veg tanned leather pieces. The end result is an adorable pair of felt boots which can be worn inside and outside the home.
Whether you want to keep hair strands out of your dive mask, protect your hair from tangles, or limit the water that gets in your hair, a scuba hood is easy to make. This can be an alternative to a traditional swimming cap, too.
In November 2019, members of the Albany Spinners worked together over two days to spin freshly shorn fleece and knit a garment as part of the Ewe to You Challenge. Learn all about this Australian event as well as sheep shearing, spinning, knitting, and more.
This pattern is quick to make. If you have a sewing machine, 1.5 metres of fabric and approximately four 100 g balls of double knitting yarn, you can put the poncho together in a few hours. Even inexperienced crafters can tackle this easy project.
This cute mouse has got himself in a sticky situation, but he will still brighten up your Christmas tree! This tutorial will show you how to make your own mouse ornament using a few simple craft supplies, basic sewing skills, and some holiday spirit.
In this article, I have compiled three of the most popular ways to improve the neatness of your cross stitches.
Amigurumi (あみぐるみ) is just one of the many ways of knitting or crocheting crafts and toys. Learn all about the history of this craft, its basic foundational techniques, the many ways that amigurumi can brighten your life, and some resources for finding out more!
All you need for this knit project is an idea, graph paper, needles, and yarn. An image such as a heart, star, sun, butterfly, cup, truck, or train can display very well. You can also spell out a word or name on your cloth. The simpler a design, the better it will show on your finished work.
A macramé and driftwood wall hanging is fun and easy, and it looks great: so, what are you waiting for? Let's start a macramé journey together. In this beginner's tutorial, you'll learn a basic knot and how to do a continuous weave.
Learn how to sew a very nice burping cloth for your baby to vomit on instead of you.
Felt dryer balls can be made very quickly in a tumble dryer using reusable children's plastic play balls, a tumble dryer, and Merino wool. Help save the environment by completely eliminating dryer sheets from the planet.