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  • A step by step wet felting tutorial for beginner to advanced felt makers. These simple slippers were created using aqua shoes instead of shoe lasts. No need for expensive polystyrene shoe lasts.

    How to Make Wet-Felted Slippers:  An Easy Free Tutorial

    How to Make Wet-Felted Slippers: An Easy Free Tutorial

    by Sally Gulbrandsen40

  • Use these step-by-step instructions to sew your own casserole carrier. Now, you can have something stylish to carry your covered dishes to those potlucks or Thanksgiving dinners you're invited to. They are great gift ideas as well. Happy sewing!

    How to Sew a Casserole Tote Carrier or Cozy

    How to Sew a Casserole Tote Carrier or Cozy

    by chgdesigngirl7

  • A simple pieced block using three templates. One-fourth of the block is constructed and rotated. Great for samplers, as a fill-in block, or by itself. Covers pattern, color, and grain of fabric.

    How to Make a Patience Corner Quilt Block

    How to Make a Patience Corner Quilt Block

    by Marie Flint14

  • Wet felting, needle felting and knitting techniques are combined in this tutorial to create a very sweet pair of booties for a child. Metal shoe lasts are used as molds on which to shape the booties.

    How to Make Wet Felted Booties With Knitted Tops

    How to Make Wet Felted Booties With Knitted Tops

    by Sally Gulbrandsen53

  • Learn how to felt a tiny coin purse using polystyrene balls. Needle/wet felting techniques are used to create the purse. Finally, a tiny arched metal frame is sewn on to add the perfect touch.

    How to Make Tiny Polka Dot Wet-Felted Coin Purses

    How to Make Tiny Polka Dot Wet-Felted Coin Purses

    by Sally Gulbrandsen100

  • When it's time to replace worn out chair cushions, it's often difficult to find the colors, patterns or size you need when looking at pre-made cushions, so why not make your own?

    How to Sew a Cushion Cover With Ties

    How to Sew a Cushion Cover With Ties

    by Kappygirl15

  • Keep your ears warm and outfit stylish with 12 unique headband styles you can easily crochet. Find the free patterns below and make ear warmers for yourself or for the special people in your life!

    12 Easy Crochet Headband Ideas and Free Patterns

    12 Easy Crochet Headband Ideas and Free Patterns

    by Hooks and Needles12

  • Ever wonder why the first stitch (or sometimes the last) is slipped when you follow a knitting pattern? It's a technique in knitting to form an even edge of the final knitted garment and keep it from curling. Learn how to form an even edge with this technique and why it works.

    Why Slip First or Last Stitch in a Knitting Pattern (Slip 1)?

    Why Slip First or Last Stitch in a Knitting Pattern (Slip 1)?

    by Katy Medium0

  • An ancient crafting method has been adopted by modern designers and they are turning out fabulous creations. Learn how shuttle lace came down to us and how it is being used today.

    The Ancient Art of Tatting

    The Ancient Art of Tatting

    by Athlyn Green2

  • Make elegant decorative curtains using grommets with this simple tutorial and tips from my experience creating them for my patio.

    How to Make Drapes Using Grommets

    How to Make Drapes Using Grommets

    by Loraine Brummer1

  • Needle felted/wet felted and hat on a ball felting techniques are combined in this free step by step tutorial to create a delightful felt hat. A tumble dryer is used to speed up the felting process.

    Wet Felting! Needle Felting! Hat on a Ball!

    Wet Felting! Needle Felting! Hat on a Ball!

    by Sally Gulbrandsen7

  • Cleaning wool for needlefelting is time consuming, but well worth the effort as you can prepare your wool the exact way you want it, and you may be able to save a couple bucks along the way.

    How to Clean Raw Wool for Crafts

    How to Clean Raw Wool for Crafts

    by Noelle7

  • This easy to make walker tote bag is held on with two strips of hook and loop tape (Velcro). It is a fast sewing project, perfect for beginner sewers who want to sew for charity. The tutorial teaches you step by step how to sew a walker bag.

    How to Make a Walker Tote Bag

    How to Make a Walker Tote Bag

    by Jimmie Quick20

  • The short tutorial below describes how to make a 3-D Wet Felted Flower using merino wool roving or wool tops. This large spikey felt flower can be added to compliment a garment or hat.

    How to Make an Easy 3d  Wet Felted Flower

    How to Make an Easy 3d Wet Felted Flower

    by Sally Gulbrandsen7

  • Knitted cowls are the perfect accessory to keep you warm during cold weather. This easy knitting pattern creates a simple, yet interesting neckwarmer that men, women and children will enjoy wearing!

    Free Knitting Pattern:  Slightly Shifting Knitted Cowl

    Free Knitting Pattern: Slightly Shifting Knitted Cowl

    by Donna Herron14

  • Play and fun are two essential ingredients for introducing creative fun for children. Add a ball, some wool fibers, hot soapy water and you have found the perfect craft project for a child to do.

    How to Wet Felt a Hat on a Ball

    How to Wet Felt a Hat on a Ball

    by Sally Gulbrandsen24

  • If you're looking for an easy prayer shawl crochet pattern (or if you're wondering what a prayer shawl is), you've come to the right place!

    How to Crochet a Prayer Shawl

    How to Crochet a Prayer Shawl

    by sdakin115

  • Do you ever get to the end of a crochet project and think '... now what?' — these crochet edging patterns will help you get a professional-looking finish and add a touch of individual crochet style!

    14 Free Crochet Edging Patterns

    14 Free Crochet Edging Patterns

    by Cecil Wilde4

  • Before you can learn how to make crochet stitches, you need gather your supplies, and learn the basics of how to read a pattern, and what exactly gauge means. This article will get you started.

    How to Crochet: Getting Started for Beginners

    How to Crochet: Getting Started for Beginners

    by Melissa Flagg COA OSC26

  • Here's how to make a scarf in three sentences. Then lots more info and pictures if you like!

    How to Make a Fleece Scarf

    How to Make a Fleece Scarf

    by puzzlerpaige7

  • For those of you who love rhinestones on clothing and/or just about anything and everything, this hub is for you. I don't know about you, but I sometimes get a little agitated when I see how expensive it can be for something with rhinestones on it....

    How to Iron and Glue Rhinestones to Your T-Shirts and More

    How to Iron and Glue Rhinestones to Your T-Shirts and More

    by JessicasPulse9

  • A list of 16 types of quilts, along with photo examples and brief descriptions.

    Types of Quilts

    Types of Quilts

    by Claudia Mitchell2

  • How to use a needle felting tool with additional woollen fibers to rectify problems such as thin spots which can occur during Wet Felting. Helpful tips, images and techniques are shared here.

    Wet Felting and What to Do When Things Go Wrong?

    Wet Felting and What to Do When Things Go Wrong?

    by Sally Gulbrandsen36

  • Add a new crochet project to your list with these tips for crocheting a rug. Complete guide for following a crochet rug pattern or making your own. Great for beginners too!

    Crochet Rug Pattern for Beginners

    Crochet Rug Pattern for Beginners

    by Katy Medium0

  • Create cute, quirky art quilts with this quick and easy technique. Master design and assembly techniques pioneered by folks from the Chicago School of Fusing! I'll show you how!

    Quilting: What Is Fusing and How to Do It

    Quilting: What Is Fusing and How to Do It

    by QuiltFinger3

  • Here are some tips, tutorials, and patterns to crochet your own bracelets. Also includes tips on crocheting, reading patterns, and understanding diagrams for beginners.

    How to Crochet Bracelets

    How to Crochet Bracelets

    by Samantha Harris17

  • If you are thinking about taking up quilting as a new hobby, here are 10 tips that will help you avoid some common mistakes that beginners, and some experts, often make.

    10 Quilting Tips for Beginners

    10 Quilting Tips for Beginners

    by Claudia Mitchell5

  • Craft a one-of-a-kind quilt from t-shirts to preserve memories, celebrate a graduation, or send off a graduate to college.

    How to Make a T-Shirt Quilt

    How to Make a T-Shirt Quilt

    by QuiltFinger74

  • This hat idea is really easy to make, it only requires learning to make one stitch, and sewing your handiwork together. Firstly, you will need: 4.5mm knitting needles one ball of yarn or wool in any colour of your choice a thick sewing needle

    How to Knit Your Newborn Baby a Simple, Easy Hat

    How to Knit Your Newborn Baby a Simple, Easy Hat

    by ameliejan3

  • If you own a mini crib, most likely the Alma Mini Crib, you have found out that there is only one crib sheet available on the market. It is organic, but it it’s only plain white and kind of pricey. Here are easy, step-by-step directions on how to...

    How to Sew Mini Crib Sheets (Easy With Pictures)

    How to Sew Mini Crib Sheets (Easy With Pictures)

    by GenevieveStevens67

  • For a unique gift, turn a drawing into a one-of-a-kind stuffed toy. The step by step photos and instructions provided will make the process easy.

    How to Make a Stuffed Toy From a Drawing

    How to Make a Stuffed Toy From a Drawing

    by Claudia Mitchell114

  • By cleaning and framing your finished needlework projects yourself, you ensure they are properly framed and cared for, and save a lot of money on professional framing!

    How to Frame Your Cross Stitch

    How to Frame Your Cross Stitch

    by Kymberly Fergusson32

  • Free crochet pattern on how to crochet a cat ears headband or a cat ears hat two different ways. Also included is directions to make a crochet bow to make a Hello Kitty hat or headband.

    Crochet Cat Ears Pattern

    Crochet Cat Ears Pattern

    by Samantha Harris18

  • Upcycle your old Ugg boots with tie-dye. Tie-dye Ugg boots tutorial using Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye.

    How to Tie-Dye Ugg Boots

    How to Tie-Dye Ugg Boots

    by KA Hanna32

  • Make this super cute, and environmentally friendly apron, by upcycling old jeans. It's easy with these detailed photos and step by step instructions.

    Upcycled Denim Apron Tutorial

    Upcycled Denim Apron Tutorial

    by Claudia Mitchell108

  • Fleece is an incredibly versatile material you can use for craft projects. Engage your creative side with these DIY project ideas for kids, teenagers, and adults!

    40 Incredible Fleece Craft Ideas

    40 Incredible Fleece Craft Ideas

    by Loraine Brummer6

  • Six-inch Mattel Kelly dolls were only made for a short time. It is quite difficult to find clothing to fit them. Here is a free crochet pattern to make your own clothing.

    Free Crochet Pattern for 6" Mattel Kelly Doll

    Free Crochet Pattern for 6" Mattel Kelly Doll

    by HeatherH1045

  • Learn how to make a simple yet beautiful 3 D Wet Felted flower with Merino Wool Roving. This very easy Step by Step image tutorial makes it so easy that even a child could be taught to do make one.

    How to Make a Wet Felted Flower/A Free Tutorial

    How to Make a Wet Felted Flower/A Free Tutorial

    by Sally Gulbrandsen20

  • This hub is about crocheting clothes for your Barbie doll. It will also tackle the different body types available to the doll throughout the years. Links will be provided below to help you get started on crocheting for your Barbie doll.

    Crochet Clothes for Your Barbie Doll: Tips and Free Patterns

    Crochet Clothes for Your Barbie Doll: Tips and Free Patterns

    by dezalyx17

  • This hub provides a tutorial on how to protect your floors by crocheting chair socks. It also includes a free pattern for a customization done on a chair with circular ends but thin legs. It also has a short tutorial on how to make hole-free magic circles.

    How to Customize Crochet Chair Socks (Free Crochet Pattern)

    How to Customize Crochet Chair Socks (Free Crochet Pattern)

    by dezalyx10

  • This seamless wet felted spiral bag tutorial has been designed to be used by the more advanced felt maker. Cost is minimal as botany waste wool is used together with washed and carded shetland wool.

    How to Make a Wet Felted Spiral Bag

    How to Make a Wet Felted Spiral Bag

    by Sally Gulbrandsen23

  • How to crochet baby booties, diaper cover, and baby hat, including tips on how to customize your baby outfit to create cute looks.

    Crochet Baby Outfit

    Crochet Baby Outfit

    by Samantha Harris36

  • I made a Wembley Fraggle Costume several years ago and it turned out AWESOME. This article will walk you through the steps to make your own Fraggle Rock Halloween Costume.

    How To Make A Wembley Fraggle Rock Costume

    How To Make A Wembley Fraggle Rock Costume

    by Shay Marie24

  • For warm and comfortable winter footwear there is nothing better than a pair of soft soled moccasins. I am going to show you how to make moccasins that cuddle your feet...

    How to Make Moccasins That Cuddle Your Feet

    How to Make Moccasins That Cuddle Your Feet

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns12

  • For most quilters, binding the edges of a quilt is the last major step in completing the project. But how do you bind the edges if the quilt isn't a basic straight-sided shape? Or what if you prefer to have and un-bordered look? One good answer is...

    Perfectly Finished Quilt Edges Without Binding

    Perfectly Finished Quilt Edges Without Binding

    by hugsnstitches lm2

  • Picking out stitches can save an embroidered garment from apparent disaster. With the proper techniques and enough patience, almost any design can be removed and sewn over.

    Tips for Correcting Embroidery Mistakes

    Tips for Correcting Embroidery Mistakes

    by Erica J2

  • This free felting tutorial delivers on every level. Learn how to make delicate, wispy, 4D wet-felted flowers with edging made of mohair knitting yarn. It's fun and it's so very easy.

    How to Make a 4D Wet-Felted Flower

    How to Make a 4D Wet-Felted Flower

    by Sally Gulbrandsen25

  • Sharpies, rubbing alcohol and a plain white t-shirt are all you need for the next rainy or snow day. Try it once and watch yourself looking at every white thing as a canvas for tie-dye adventures.

    Tie-Dyeing With Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol

    Tie-Dyeing With Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol

    by LopezUnleashed7

  • Starting the yarn craft, crochet, can be challenging with knowing what tools to use and in working out what hook size you should get. This guide explains what beginners need to know.

    Best Crochet Hook and Size for Beginners

    Best Crochet Hook and Size for Beginners

    by Marie10

  • Leather gloves and leather mittens are warm and cozy. Get started today learning how to make them yourself. They will make a great Christmas present this holiday season.

    How to Make Leather Mittens & Leather Gloves

    How to Make Leather Mittens & Leather Gloves

    by Dawn4

  • A brief history and explanation of yarn bombing as well as some ideas on how you can knit, crochet, or sew together your own yarn-bombed pieces.

    What Is Yarn Bombing?

    What Is Yarn Bombing?

    by Samantha Harris11

  • How to patch kid's jeans and add appliques to make cool knee patches. Instead of throwing jeans away, simply patch the hole: it saves the environment and your wallet at the same time!

    How to Patch Jeans With Iron-On Patches

    How to Patch Jeans With Iron-On Patches

    by Leah Lefler4

  • Waste Merino wool roving, party balloons and a tumble dryer were used to create these wet felted coin purses. Waste pieces of recycled merino wool were blended together to make these cute purses.

    How to Make Wet Felted Coin Purses: A Free Tutorial

    How to Make Wet Felted Coin Purses: A Free Tutorial

    by Sally Gulbrandsen42

  • Looking for tips, hints and ideas for silk sari yarn? Sari yarn is a unique, brilliantly coloured yarn made from sari silk remnants in India. It comes in hanks (skeins) and pre-prepared balls and each one is unique, due to the ordering of colours, the uneven yarn thickness and the skill of the individual spinner.

    Working With Silk Sari Yarn - Sari Yarn Preparation And Projects

    Working With Silk Sari Yarn - Sari Yarn Preparation And Projects

    by Suzanne Day15

  • When you see a finished project created by cross stitch do you think "I could never do that"? Well, think the again - you can and you could produce your first piece of work within a matter of hours.

    How to Teach Yourself Cross Stitch

    How to Teach Yourself Cross Stitch

    by Helen Murphy Howell13

  • There is nothing like taking a couple of skeins of yarn and turning them into something beautiful and useful. Double-sided afghans not only turn out beautiful but are very warm during the winter.

    How to Make a Double-Sided Afghan

    How to Make a Double-Sided Afghan

    by shaymonu0

  • Felting with a resist will produce a seamless hollow shape which can be used to make hats, decorative vessels, Pods, pots, vases, cat caves, bird houses, bags, purses, mitts, booties and slippers

    How to Use a Resist Shape to Make a Wet Felted Hat

    How to Use a Resist Shape to Make a Wet Felted Hat

    by Sally Gulbrandsen44

  • Linen pillowcases are expensive, but you can make your own quite cheaply. Here are two projects that require minimal sewing skills, and take very little time.

    Make Your Own Linen Pillowcases

    Make Your Own Linen Pillowcases

    by Dolores Monet9

  • A step-by-step tutorial (with pictures) showing how to embroider 5 easy and beautiful stitches. You'll be able to make several beautiful designs and learn the skills to make more complex stitches.

    5 Impressive Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches

    5 Impressive Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches

    by Melanie Palen2

  • If you're a new quilter, start with the basics. Master this technique and use to create all kinds of quilts. Start with a simplified Irish chain or craft a delightful disappearing nine patch.

    Quilting 101: How to Sew a Nine-Patch Block

    Quilting 101: How to Sew a Nine-Patch Block

    by QuiltFinger0

  • A hat is one of the easiest ways to learn the art of crochet. Learn how to crochet a hat step by step with pictures and video as well as some of the basics of the art of crochet!

    How to Crochet a Hat for Beginners

    How to Crochet a Hat for Beginners

    by Melissa Flagg COA OSC41

  • Taking in or letting out a pair of dress pants is not hard and should take you no more than 30-40 minutes. Custom tailor your pants to make them fit just right for a fraction of the cost a professional charges!

    10 Easy Steps to Alter Pants at the Waist

    10 Easy Steps to Alter Pants at the Waist

    by Zsuzsy Bee48

  • Over my years of knitting, I've discovered an easy and safe way to block most of my knitting projects. I hope these hints answer some of the questions that most people face when blocking, explain the different methods, and offer some suggestions on the best technique to finish your favorite knitwear.

    Knitting Hints:  A Simple Guide to Blocking

    Knitting Hints: A Simple Guide to Blocking

    by Donna Herron17

  • Consider adding embellishments to your next quilt. Learn how with this guide that includes step by step video instructions, helpful hints and beautiful examples of embellished quilts.

    How to Embellish a Quilt

    How to Embellish a Quilt

    by Claudia Mitchell23

  • Stuck using acrylic yarn because your project is big, it's all you can find, or the only yarn available in the colors you need? Don't fret! You can make it just as soft as some of the pricier yarns.

    Soften Up That Stiff, Scratchy Acrylic Yarn

    Soften Up That Stiff, Scratchy Acrylic Yarn

    by Kennedi Brown59

  • Learn how to transform a plain tall vase with these simple step by step wet felting instructions. It is guaranteed to become a talking point when it becomes a stunning piece of decorative art.

    How to Wet Felt Over a Vase

    How to Wet Felt Over a Vase

    by Sally Gulbrandsen14

  • Gorgeous handcrafted gifts can be made from covering soap bars with merino wool fibers. Personalize them by adding a label and turn them into profit at craft fairs or sell them in your Etsy store.

    How to Make Wet Felted Soaps Using a Tumble Dryer

    How to Make Wet Felted Soaps Using a Tumble Dryer

    by Sally Gulbrandsen50

  • This no-sew fleece blanket is easy to create and has a homemade touch. Fleece fabric is soft—perfect for baby gifts—and can be cut to fit cribs or beds of any size.

    How to Make a Tied Fleece Blanket

    How to Make a Tied Fleece Blanket

    by Robin Edmondson331

  • Including photos and instructions, learn how to make reusable fabric bowl covers with this step by step guide. This project is a great way to use up fabric, save money and be kind to the environment.

    How to Make Reusable Fabric Bowl Covers

    How to Make Reusable Fabric Bowl Covers

    by Claudia Mitchell137

  • If you haven't tried Tapestry Crochet, you are missing out on a wonderful art form. This page includes How to Do Tapestry Crochet plus free patterns and graphs to use.

    How to Do Tapestry Crochet With Free Patterns

    How to Do Tapestry Crochet With Free Patterns

    by Barbara Badder30

  • A beginner's guide to knitting a scarf. This step-by-step guide teaches you how to knit a homemade scarf with directions for knit and purl stitches, two easy scarf patterns, knitting terminology glossary, and valuable links to related sites.

    How to Knit a Scarf: An Illustrated, Step-by-Step Guide

    How to Knit a Scarf: An Illustrated, Step-by-Step Guide

    by Stacie Naczelnik66

  • A beginner’s guide to crocheting with pictures and videos. Learn how to make a slip knot, hold a crochet hook, and make a chain. This guide teaches the four basic crochet stitches: single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, and treble crochet.

    How to Crochet: A Beginner's Guide

    How to Crochet: A Beginner's Guide

    by Stacie Naczelnik83

  • Through my recent experience of dealing with what seemed like a problematic sewing machine, I want to help others who may be having similar problems with their machines. It can be frustrating to have a sewing machine that one minute is working fine...

    DIY: Fix a Broken Sewing Machine

    DIY: Fix a Broken Sewing Machine

    by Jamie Brock26

  • Make a soft cloth baseball. Suitable for supervised indoor play or for juggling. Not intended for children under 3 or for pets.

    How to Make a Cloth Ball

    How to Make a Cloth Ball

    by KA Hanna13

  • We all have t-shirts that were just too good to pass up, even though they are a size too big. Why not turn these wanted, but large, t-shirts into racer back tank tops? Follow this tutorial and get ready to hit the beach or gym in unique style.

    How to Cut a T-Shirt into a Racerback Tank Top (No Sew)

    How to Cut a T-Shirt into a Racerback Tank Top (No Sew)

    by Natasha60

  • Put an embroidery hoop to new use by creating a wall pocket wreath to display cheery flowers in your home! This wreath can be hung on the wall, displayed on the front door, or placed on a mantle. This is an easy project that just uses a hoop, some fabric, artificial flowers, and glue.

    DIY a No-Sew Wall Pocket Wreath With Flowers

    DIY a No-Sew Wall Pocket Wreath With Flowers

    by Donna Herron10

  • Pattern to loom knit a scarf using the basic 8 wrap for long looms and the crochet cast off.

    How to Loom Knit a Scarf

    How to Loom Knit a Scarf

    by hsschulte5

  • Adding a quilt label is an necessary step in finishing a quilt. Labeling a quilt will provide important information for you and future owners of the quilt. How to Make a Quilt Label provides several easy ways to label your quilts.

    How to Make a Quilt Label

    How to Make a Quilt Label

    by Shasta Matova55

  • How Is Crazy Patchwork Made? Scraps are applied to a foundation. Seamstresses would completely cover some not-so-good-fabric with scraps of velvet, satin, all sorts of 'good stuff'.

    Beginner's Guide: Your First Crazy Patch Block

    Beginner's Guide: Your First Crazy Patch Block

    by Jan T Urquhart Baillie21

  • Flowers made from an old red t-shirt. Jamie Brock For a while now I've been making these pretty fabric flowers out of old t-shirts. They are super easy so I couldn't resist sharing here. If you have an old shirt or any old piece of clothing that...

    How to make Fabric Flowers from Old T-shirts

    How to make Fabric Flowers from Old T-shirts

    by Jamie Brock82

  • A step by step guide to making a Denim Rag Quilt. With full size pictures. This particular quilt is 60"x70" in size. And will fit a twin size bed easily, But my husband saw what I was doing and has now claimed the quilt for himself, to use in his Big truck sleeper.

    How to Make a Denim Rag Quilt

    How to Make a Denim Rag Quilt

    by Diane Inside44

  • Learn how to knit lace and follow easy lace knitting patterns. Tips for beginners to keep even tension and create a beautiful product. Find free knit lace patterns and learn how to follow them in this tutorial.

    How to Knit Lace (Plus 4 Types of Lace Patterns)

    How to Knit Lace (Plus 4 Types of Lace Patterns)

    by Katy Medium0

  • Wet Felting does not have to be hard work! Learn how to make multiple items quickly with a tumble dryer where very little rubbing and no rolling is required to produce quality items very quickly.

    Quick and Easy Wet Felting With a Tumble Dryer

    Quick and Easy Wet Felting With a Tumble Dryer

    by Sally Gulbrandsen12

  • Beautiful easy free crochet headbands and earwarmer patterns. Perfect for those brisk cold mornings to keep your head and ears warm and cosy. Stylish and modern designs for headware. Great for skiers.

    Free Crochet Headband  & Earwarmer Patterns

    Free Crochet Headband & Earwarmer Patterns

    by Lisa Auch63

  • Learn how to make a wet felted Gilet for a child using wet felting techniques. You will learn how to trace a template using a commercial sewing pattern and use this as the basis for your design.

    How to Make a Wet Felted Gilet for a Child

    How to Make a Wet Felted Gilet for a Child

    by Sally Gulbrandsen24

  • Looking for a unique and easy Halloween craft to make your party more festive? Then check out this no-sew DIY fabric bowl tutorial. Filled with wrapped candy and fun trinkets, they make great party gifts too.

    DIY Fabric Scrap Tutorial - No-Sew Fabric Halloween Bowls

    DIY Fabric Scrap Tutorial - No-Sew Fabric Halloween Bowls

    by Claudia Mitchell4

  • These step by step photos and instructions make it easy for you to create your own unique felt hair clips for any occasion.

    How to Make a Felt Hair Clip

    How to Make a Felt Hair Clip

    by Claudia Mitchell58

  • This is a step-by-step guide to crocheting baby booties for the beginning crocheter, including pictures for each step showing how to create stitches that can be a bit confusing.

    How to Crochet Baby Booties for Beginners

    How to Crochet Baby Booties for Beginners

    by Melissa Flagg COA OSC11

  • Carding with a drum carder gives one the ability to produce wonderful art batts at reduced prices. The Classic drum carder makes it very easy to wash and process wool at home with stunning results.

    How to Wet Felt a Hat on a Multi-Way Bell Hat Shaper

    How to Wet Felt a Hat on a Multi-Way Bell Hat Shaper

    by Sally Gulbrandsen20

  • In this wet felting tutorial, you will learn how to use inexpensive and flexible Aqua Shoes without having to go to the expense of having to buy shoe lasts which can sometimes be very costly.

    How to Make Wet Felted Slippers Using Aqua Shoes

    How to Make Wet Felted Slippers Using Aqua Shoes

    by Sally Gulbrandsen17

  • Crochet patterns for a baby dress. There is nothing sweeter than and little girl all dressed up in a gorgeous crocheted dress. Find my favourite patterns here.

    Free Crochet Patterns for Baby Dresses

    Free Crochet Patterns for Baby Dresses

    by Lisa Auch22

  • Learn how to make Sunbonnet Sue blocks just like your great grandma made! I'll show you how to trace the templates and put Sue together for your quilt.

    How to Make Sunbonnet Sue Blocks

    How to Make Sunbonnet Sue Blocks

    by tigerbaby77711

  • A simple basting stitch for hand sewing is really not hard, once you know what steps to follow and what to look out for. This simple stitch will work for mending ripped cloth, sewing on buttons, hand-sewing delicate areas in clothing construction,...

    How to Stitch: Step-by-Step with Pictures

    How to Stitch: Step-by-Step with Pictures

    by Ann Leavitt8

  • This is an easy to follow, step-by-step guide to casting on for beginning knitters with pictures. The guide also acts as a good refresher for someone who has taken a break from knitting.

    How to Knit: Casting On

    How to Knit: Casting On

    by Stacie Naczelnik25

  • This page is a DIY cross-stitch guide for mounting and framing your project. I'm a professional picture framer for over 20 years and I'll answer any questions regarding mounting stitchery.

    How to Stretch Mount a Cross Stitch Needlework

    How to Stretch Mount a Cross Stitch Needlework

    by Mona51

  • The process of making felt boots has been over complicated. This master class serves to demystify the whole process by providing a free template and helpful resources to enable the best end result.

    Wet Felted Boots Master Class Tutorial

    Wet Felted Boots Master Class Tutorial

    by Sally Gulbrandsen48

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