Looking for a fun back-to-school craft? Check out this ballpoint pen topper that I came up with as a craft for thread that was too old to use for sewing.
This DIY sunhat is made of scraps of fabric that I cut into strips, twisted, and sewed into a coiled hat with a moldable brim. Check out my tutorial if you’d like to make your own sunhat!
If you do a lot of crafting, you might be looking for an easy way to space out flower petals (or other items) evenly in a circle. Here are a couple of ways to do that.
I wanted to see if I could use fabric strips to weave a tube that was large enough to fit around my whole body, kind of like a cross between a Chinese Finger Trap and a dress. Here’s how you can make one, too!
What do you get the bunny who has everything? A top hat, of course!
I found an old sewing machine at a thrift store, and since the motor didn’t work, I hooked it up to work with a treadle table. Here’s how I made the belt to drive the machine.
It’s easy to swap out a ceiling fan pull, if the item you want to use was made to attach to a pull chain. But what if it wasn’t? Here’s an easy hack.