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  • Send your loved ones a handmade Valentine's card this year! I will inspire you to use your crochet skills to make this romantic time of year even more special.

    39 Crochet Valentine's Day Card Ideas

    39 Crochet Valentine's Day Card Ideas

    by amvabecreations1

  • 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

  • Keep your arms warm and stylish by knitting your own armwarmers with these easy to knit patterns and ideas.

    How to Knit Easy Armwarmers

    How to Knit Easy Armwarmers

    by JulieStrier2

  • A sweater snag does not necessarily mean your sweater's natural life is over. With a little care a sweater snag can be fixed by pulling, adjusting, crocheting the opening and securing the excess with a needle and thread. Never fear - just learn how to fix a knit sweater snag, with or without a hole, and keep wearing that great sweater that you love!

    How to Fix a Hole or Snag in Knit Sweaters

    How to Fix a Hole or Snag in Knit Sweaters

    by Anastasia Kingsley3

  • Tessellation patterns are found in many quilts, with some being quite detailed and intricate. Take a look at these examples of tessellation quilt designs and learn how you can design your own tessellation quilt pattern.

    Tessellation Quilt Patterns

    Tessellation Quilt Patterns

    by Claudia Mitchell20

  • 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

  • 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

  • Learn how to crochet a cute crochet case for your iPhone, iPod touch, or any other mobile phone or MP3 player. This guide will show you how to make a case, cozy, and how to customize your design.

    Crochet Cell Phone Pouch

    Crochet Cell Phone Pouch

    by Samantha Harris4

  • Here are two free patterns for lacy crochet snowflakes that can be used to decorate a Christmas tree or gift.

    Free Crochet Snowflake Patterns

    Free Crochet Snowflake Patterns

    by Faythe Payne15

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a serious mental health condition that can cause many problems for the people that suffer from it. It is a form of extreme anxiety that manifests itself in obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. It certainly requires diagnosis and treatment by a medical professional. But in addition to that, people with this condition may be able to use the craft of crochet to assist them in managing their symptoms.

    Can Crochet Help People with OCD?

    Can Crochet Help People with OCD?

    by Kathryn Vercillo33

  • Each arc is crocheted one after the other. So, defining a foundation chain for the length desired is not necessary. It's perfect for blankets, afghans, clothes, etc. Versatile in construction, versatile in application!

    Crochet Arc Lace Edging #1

    Crochet Arc Lace Edging #1

    by Moira Durano-Abesmo17

  • I made this knitted basket using Zoë Scheffy's FREE Pinwheel Coaster pattern as a base, then knitting up the sides in a diamond pattern. I love having baskets around the house to hold things and to use as decoration.

    Knitting Directions for Pinwheel Basket Pattern

    Knitting Directions for Pinwheel Basket Pattern

    by Donna Herron10

  • Duduza (Comfort) Doll is an easy charity knitting project to bring comfort and solace to children in need, especially in Africa. Learn to make one yourself with the free pattern, videos and links.

    How to Knit a Comfort Doll or Duduza Doll

    How to Knit a Comfort Doll or Duduza Doll

    by Sushma Webber10

  • Money-saving and time-saving tips are combined in this wet felting tutorial to make it ideal for those who have a small business or who are interested in making beautiful items fast and for profit.

    Template for Quick and Easy Wet Felted Coin Purses

    Template for Quick and Easy Wet Felted Coin Purses

    by Sally Gulbrandsen20

  • Making this practical gift for someone who depends on a walker takes a bit of sewing skill, patience and time, but the end result will bring a smile to the user.

    Sewing A Gift that Grandma Will Use

    Sewing A Gift that Grandma Will Use

    by Peg Cole48

  • This hub is a free crochet pattern for a fun summer outfit for Pullip. The outfit consists of a cropped top with puffy sleeves, a layered skirt, and a flower headpiece.

    Pullip Fun in the Sun (Free Crochet Pattern)

    Pullip Fun in the Sun (Free Crochet Pattern)

    by dezalyx1

  • Learn how to thread a sewing machine properly so that you can start sewing quickly and confidently without worry about thread tensions, skipped stitches and other problems.

    How to Thread a Sewing Machine (With Photos)

    How to Thread a Sewing Machine (With Photos)

    by QuiltFinger0

  • With some basic knitting and sewing stitches, you can make a cute little yarn ball bookmark to enjoy with your favorite book. This easy bookmark would make a great gift for any knitter or crocheter!

    Free Knitting Pattern for an Easy Yarn Ball Bookmark

    Free Knitting Pattern for an Easy Yarn Ball Bookmark

    by Donna Herron2

  • Mug rugs are those cute little quilts that are a cross between a miniature placemat and a coaster. Quick and fun to make, follow this easy pattern and step-by-step photo guide to make your very own mug rug.

    How to Make a Mug Rug

    How to Make a Mug Rug

    by Claudia Mitchell34

  • Free crochet pattern for a very adorable newborn baby shoes featuring an uncommon crochet stitch - the pineapple stitch

    Crochet Baby Booties Free Pattern

    Crochet Baby Booties Free Pattern

    by Moira Durano-Abesmo25

  • Have a rhinestone design kit and lost the instructions? Or perhaps received one second-hand or as a hand-me-down? Here are basic instructions on how to use it, how to change the plungers, and how to identify the size of the rhinestones by the size chart.

    How to Use the BeDazzler Rhinestone Setting Craft Tool

    How to Use the BeDazzler Rhinestone Setting Craft Tool

    by R Shelton0

  • Make your own beautiful, layered infinity scarf with your choice of three ways to finish it. Warm and comfortable, this is an easy project that only takes a few hours to complete. Just keep knitting.

    Tutorial: Spool-Knitted Infinity Scarf

    Tutorial: Spool-Knitted Infinity Scarf

    by Monica Lobenstein62

  • I designed these textured fingerless mitts because I wanted a pair with an interesting design on the back of the hand, but fit snugly around the cuff and was comfortable to wear for everyday use. Perfect for showing off the different colors in variegated or handpainted yarns!

    Free Knitting Pattern:  Textured Fingerless Gloves or Mitts

    Free Knitting Pattern: Textured Fingerless Gloves or Mitts

    by Donna Herron35

  • How do you knit a nightcap? While the idea of a nightcap may seem outdated, you can actually tailor the basic pattern by incorporating stripes, different types of yarn, bead, pompons, and other embellishments. The basic design of the nightcap makes it a fairly easy project. For this particular project, the finished circumference fits most adults, approximately 23 inches. In order to complete it, you should be able to cast on, do knit stitch, purl stitch, knit in the round, and decrease.

    How Do You Knit a Nightcap?

    How Do You Knit a Nightcap?

    by Annabelle Tyler2

  • Learn how to make quilt binding for all of your projects. This tutorial covers cross-grain, bias tape, and continuous quilt binding as well as instructions for attaching the binding to your quilt.

    How to Bind a Quilt

    How to Bind a Quilt

    by QuiltFinger4

  • This hub is a free pattern for making some basic socks for Barbie. You can end off earlier to get lower socks or continue on with the pattern for knee high socks.

    Barbie Basic Socks (Free Crochet Pattern)

    Barbie Basic Socks (Free Crochet Pattern)

    by dezalyx8

  • Make an easy pillowcase for a child to tell him or her that you care. Choose a fun fabric design and check out the sewing process to create this project. Using it as a gift is icing on the cake!

    Sew a Child’s Pillowcase

    Sew a Child’s Pillowcase

    by RTalloni60

  • Use a Moët and Chandon top hat-shaped ice bucket to shape the top hat made in this wet-felting tutorial. The end result is as good, if not better, than a hat created using an expensive vintage wooden hat block.

    How to Wet-Felt a Double Brimmed Top Hat

    How to Wet-Felt a Double Brimmed Top Hat

    by Sally Gulbrandsen8

  • Do it yourself and make these easy felt flower brooches to sell at markets and fairs, wherever handmade is welcome and hippies wander. A colourful, beautiful, quick craft with a decent profit margin.

    DIY Felt Flower Brooch Tutorial

    DIY Felt Flower Brooch Tutorial

    by Suzanne Day26

  • Want to make a useful baby shower gift? Or just add some practical baby items to your collection? These bibs are so easy and quick to make, it will only take an hour or two to make a dozen. Using t-shirts to create baby bibs makes this a budget friendly project, while giving your baby some unique accessories.

    Baby Bib Tutorial:  Repurpose T-shirt Fabric Into Practical Baby Gift

    Baby Bib Tutorial: Repurpose T-shirt Fabric Into Practical Baby Gift

    by Jayme Kinsey11

  • This cozy cowl features yarn carried in front and knitted stitches moving up and down to look like reindeer tracks. A beautiful pattern to show off the colors of variegated yarn, this cowl also looks great in solid colors. This pattern is easy, but suggested for advanced beginners or experiences knitters who are familiar with knitting terms and slipped stitch techniques.

    Free Knitting Pattern:  Reindeer Tracks Cowl

    Free Knitting Pattern: Reindeer Tracks Cowl

    by Donna Herron4

  • 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

  • An interview with my grandmother about her passion for quilting. Includes how she began quilting during the Great Depression, her favorite patterns, and how she managed to quilt while raising 9 children through some of the country's leanest times.

    Grandmother's Quilts

    Grandmother's Quilts

    by Jayme Kinsey19

  • I am a fabric hoarder and can't bear to throw away even the smallest scrap. I have heard on the intervines that I am not alone.

    Fabric Scrap Projects

    Fabric Scrap Projects

    by Bev G30

  • Learn how to wet felt a 3D Pansy using a wire frame. This method uses beading wire and a few merino wool fibres to create a very realistic pansy.

    How to Make a Wet Felted Pansy

    How to Make a Wet Felted Pansy

    by Sally Gulbrandsen41

  • 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

  • This free knitting pattern has a lace and cable design that continues around the neck and creates a cozy and comfy cowl. This pattern is fully charted with descriptions of the abbreviations at the bottom of the chart and is designed for experienced beginners or advanced knitters who are familiar with basic terms and knitting cables.

    Free Knitting Pattern for Cabled Modern English Cowl

    Free Knitting Pattern for Cabled Modern English Cowl

    by Donna Herron9

  • Lost the instructions or just a bit confused? Try this step-by-step tutorial and you'll be able to teach your children how to use a knitting fork in no time!

    How to Use a Knitting Fork or Lucet

    How to Use a Knitting Fork or Lucet

    by Fay Cooke1

  • Pincushions are popular crafts to make, use, collect and enjoy. This tutorial includes easy directions for making a cupcake-style pincushion that can be decorated and embellished in a number of ways.

    How to Make an Embroidered Pincushion

    How to Make an Embroidered Pincushion

    by Donna Herron16

  • 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 great stash buster also serves to keep your crochet hooks neat and organized. Use whatever materials you have laying around.

    Sew Your Own Crochet Hook Case

    Sew Your Own Crochet Hook Case

    by CarteDuJourFarms0

  • DIY crib sheets are a great way to add a personal touch to a baby's nursery. They're quick and easy to make, and depending on the fabric you select, they're a money-saving option to boot.

    DIY Fitted Crib Sheets

    DIY Fitted Crib Sheets

    by Audrey Kirchner4

  • Yes, you can sew your own pair of pajama bottoms! Quick and easy instructions for sewing PJ pants.

    How to Sew Pajamas

    How to Sew Pajamas

    by KA Hanna2

  • Here is a free crochet pattern for a coin purse or catch-all for small items! The zipper serves as the mouth, adding a fun twist to a great crochet project for anyone from beginners to experts!

    Crochet a Molih Amigurumi Coin Purse: Free Pattern

    Crochet a Molih Amigurumi Coin Purse: Free Pattern

    by Moira Durano-Abesmo12

  • Winter is here, and sometimes a hat is a little much. I have made several of these ear warmers for my Etsy Shop and for a local gift shop. They are easy to make and modify to suit your preferences.

    How to Crochet an Ear Warmer

    How to Crochet an Ear Warmer

    by Diane Ziomek6

  • Tossing tatted lace into the washing machine could destroy it. Instead, preserve your lace by learning how to correctly wash and dry it, so that you can keep your heirloom intact for years to come.

    How to Safely Wash Old or Fine Tatting

    How to Safely Wash Old or Fine Tatting

    by JulieStrier7

  • This is a free stay-on baby bib pattern with braided cables and seed stitches. It includes step-by-step instructions and how-to-knit videos for beginners.

    Cable Stay-On Baby Bib Knitting Pattern

    Cable Stay-On Baby Bib Knitting Pattern

    by Christy Hills10

  • 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

  • Of all the different patchwork techniques out there, this must surely rank as one of the fastest and easiest, yet the results can be stunning and the possible permutations are endless.

    Dresden Plate Patchwork Block: Five Easy Steps

    Dresden Plate Patchwork Block: Five Easy Steps

    by Annabelle Johnson0

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • This versatile necklace has a bit of a vintage look and can be worn with either the button fastening in the back as a necklace or in the front for more of a collar look. The necklace in the photos is about 27” long. You can add or omit repeats of the pattern to customize the length. I used DK weight yarn for this project, but I think it would also be pretty in a sock weight (adjust needle size as needed).

    Free Jewelry Knitting Pattern for High Tea Collar Necklace

    Free Jewelry Knitting Pattern for High Tea Collar Necklace

    by Donna Herron4

  • All you need to know to use macrame to make your own hammock. Use it camping, in the back yard, or in your child's room. Make on a smaller scale to hang and organize those stuffed toys in!

    How to Macrame a Hammock

    How to Macrame a Hammock

    by Dawn4

  • 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

  • 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

  • Never run out of starch again! Learn how to make your own spray starch for quilting, crafting, and ironing. All you need is water, corn starch, and an empty spray bottle.

    Homemade Spray Starch Recipe

    Homemade Spray Starch Recipe

    by QuiltFinger0

  • Crochet two pretty hearts with these easy crochet patterns. This is a written crochet pattern complete with a diagram and videos for extra help.

    Adorable Heart Crochet Pattern—Free!

    Adorable Heart Crochet Pattern—Free!

    by Mariska Vos-Bolman0

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Crocheters who want to get inspiration, ideas and patterns for their work frequently turn to crochet magazines as a terrific resource for such information. If you go online to search for good crochet magazines you will quickly find that there are a...

    What Happened to Magic Crochet Magazine?

    What Happened to Magic Crochet Magazine?

    by Kathryn Vercillo66

  • Knitting I-cord is so relaxing that you may find yourself with yards of it. Here are fun and useful things you can make with it.

    25 Creative Projects Using I-Cord

    25 Creative Projects Using I-Cord

    by Monica Lobenstein7

  • noricum People who like to crochet (or who want to learn) often have in mind that they want to learn how to crochet a baby blanket. There are a lot of great reasons to do so. There are also a lot of little tips for making an easy crochet baby...

    How to Crochet an Easy Baby Blanket

    How to Crochet an Easy Baby Blanket

    by Kathryn Vercillo22

  • These knitted flowers are colorful accessories that are quick to knit and easy to assemble. They are a fun project, and you can use scrap yarn (yea!). They make great gifts, or even a wonderful little topper for a present. You can make them as sophisticated, romantic, or as funky as you want by adding the button or buttons of your choice as the center of your flower. You can also use these flowers as a decoration on a sweater, hat or headband, purse, pillow, almost anything.

    Free Jewelry Knitting Pattern: Flirty Flower Pin With Button Center

    Free Jewelry Knitting Pattern: Flirty Flower Pin With Button Center

    by Donna Herron37

  • Save money and get crafty with an easy and cute leotard! Step-by-step instructions on making your tiny dancer cute and comfortable! Excellent project for beginners.

    How to Make a Leotard Out of a Tanktop

    How to Make a Leotard Out of a Tanktop

    by Brittany Mayfield1

  • Learn how to wet-felt a bar of soap and transform it into an object of real beauty. Not only will it last longer, but it can also be used as a scrubber!

    How to Make Wet-Felted Soap

    How to Make Wet-Felted Soap

    by Sally Gulbrandsen14

  • 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

  • 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 Noelle6

  • This step-by-step wet-felting tutorial will guide you through all the stages of making a wet-felted pixie hat. For convenience, a pdf template has been made available for download for this fun hippy festival hat.

    How to Make a Wet-Felted Pixie Hat

    How to Make a Wet-Felted Pixie Hat

    by Sally Gulbrandsen18

  • 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

  • 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

  • Find out how to care for and store your prized quilts to ensure that they will last for generations to come.

    Quilt Care and Storage

    Quilt Care and Storage

    by Claudia Mitchell53

  • 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'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

  • Seam sewing for the beginning sewer. Learn how to sew a seam in a few easy steps. Be clever, sew a seam.

    How to Sew a Seam

    How to Sew a Seam

    by KA Hanna0

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