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  • Embroidery
    Embroidery Fundamentals: How to Do Split StitchSplitstitchpreviewimage
    Looking for an easy decorative stitch that's perfect for outlining? Look no further. Split stitch is a great option, and looks like a tiny chain stitch without all the effort!Read More…
  • Babies and Kids
    Craft for Kids: Make an Easy Cloud MobileRsz 1img 1775
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    Add a touch of whimsy to any room with this heart-drop cloud mobile. This is an easy project for beginners, and it will also keep small hands - and minds - occupied. Read More…
  • Crochet
    How to Understand a Crochet PatternPreview wink neon dipdyed bottle cozy step7.jpg
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    Learn everything you need to know to start reading and understanding crochet patterns in no time!Read More…
  • Sewing
    How to Make a Bunny Soft ToyPreview image
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    Any child (or adult) would love to get their mitts on this sweet cuddly toy. A simple project you can start and finish in an afternoon.Read More…
  • Decorations
    How to Decorate Easter Eggs with Embroidery StitchesEgg embroidery preview
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    Around this time every year, crafters go crazy trying to come up with fresh new ways to decorate Easter eggs. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to embroider designs on egg shells. Read More…
  • Homewares
    How to Make a Flower Lamp Shade With FabricPreview spring flower lampshade
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    Ready for spring, northern hemisphere-rs? Add a fun tulip-shaped lamp shade to your space and give your home a light and bright new feeling. Read More…
  • Knitting
    How to Knit a Reversible Cabled ScarfPreview knitting scarf final2 50kb
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    Snuggling up in a hand-knitted scarf is the best way to beat the cold. This cabled scarf is as fun to wear as it is to make.Read More…
  • Sewing
    Make Your Own Cute Top With a PocketFinished cropped
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    There's just something so amazing about being able to make your own tops. You can make them using your favourite fabrics, to your exact measurements. I promise you, once you've whipped up one on the sewing machine, you'll be hooked! And as soon as you've mastered the basics, it only takes an afternoon to turn around one perfectly formed top. You'll be making a closet full of these beauties in no time!Read More…
  • Paper Crafts
    Make a Bunch of the Prettiest Paper Flowers Preview400 paperflowerbjpg
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    It's amazing how you can create the most gorgeous bunch of flowers simply by folding, cutting and gluing paper. Follow the step-by-step instructions and create a stunning bouquet to decorate a corner or gift to someone special. Blooming lovely!Read More…
  • Knitting
    Knit a Gorgeous KerchiefKnitting kerchief hair preview400
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    Small and simple to knit, this sweet kerchief is the perfect project for knitters looking to work on their decreases, ribbing, and pattern reading skills. The finished kerchief is a fun accessory that can be creatively styled. Wear it around your neck for a modern look, or tie it around your hair for a retro vibe.Read More…
  • Crochet
    Crochet Fundamentals: How to Make a Basic Granny Square400px marinkeslump crochetfundamentals grannysquare step7
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    The granny square has been around for decades, and with good reason! It's the most versatile pattern out there and it can be used to make anything from afghans to gorgeous garments. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet, follow our series of Crochet Fundamentals. This pattern uses US terms and stitches include double crochet (dc); slip stitch (sl st) and chain (ch).Read More…
  • Crochet
    Crochet a Gorgeous Set of Rainbow Nesting BasketsMarinkeslump crochetnestingbaskets preview retina
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    In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make a set of seven rainbow nesting baskets. These baskets are great for storage, but they're also perfect for teaching your little ones about colour and shapes! They can keep themselves busy for hours as they discover how to fit all the baskets together. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet, follow our series of Crochet Fundamentals. This pattern uses US terms and stitches include single crochet (sc); half double crochet (hdc); inc (increase); slip stitch (sl st) and chain (ch).Read More…
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