Using basic cookware and appliances, you can create crave-worthy meals your family will love any day of the week, and in less time! Join chefs Robin Miller and Katie Workman as they share smart, practical techniques that will help you get dinner on the table in a snap (without sacrificing an entire Sunday of prep!). Their flexible approach to meal planning will help you be more creative in the kitchen, without any fancy equipment.
In this show from our partners at Quilting Daily, join host Sara Gallegos and continue to build your skills and learn specialty techniques such as quilting in the hoop, in-the-hoop appliqué, monogramming, creating decorative buttonholes, auto-digitizing basics, stitching quilt labels and more.
Joshua John Russell, award-winning cake designer and star of our Man About Cake (MAC) series, creates five cakes inspired by his most popular designs. These smaller scale, beginner-friendly cakes are just as impressive as the originals, and achievable for any home baker.
If you love traditional Amish designs, this quilt is sure to delight. Designed by Monique Jacobs, Lancaster Square artfully pairs traditional Amish motifs with updated block designs and a modern color palette for a fresh take on an old favorite. Your kit will arrive with all of the Boundless Plume fabrics you'll need to complete your quilt top and binding.
Step back in time with this romantic French reproduction print. Soft florals play beautifully with negative space and a springtime palette, making this quilt kit a lovely addition to any home. Your kit comes with everything you’ll need for the quilt top and binding.
Negative space and geometric shapes meet groovy florals in this mod-inspired (and beginner-friendly!) quilt kit by Monique Jacobs. It comes with everything needed for the quilt top and binding. Plus, thanks to a versatile pattern, you can make it as big (or small!) as you'd like.
Let your creativity bloom with Boundless Plume, a collection of traditional brocades and vintage prints mixed with soft florals and feathers. The result? Must-have precut fabric that feels both flirty and refined — AND lets you complete projects in a fraction of the time!
Let your creativity bloom with Boundless Plume, a collection of traditional brocades and vintage prints mixed with soft florals and feathers. The result? Must-have fabric that feels both flirty and refined.
Featuring a rainbow gradient of nature-inspired Boundless Batiks, this quilt (designed by Angela Walters!) puts a modern twist on the traditional braid block. Bonus: it’s actually much easier to construct than it looks! Your kit comes with everything needed for your quilt top and binding. Oh, and the trick to those unique star points? Cutting simple angles on your rectangular units.
Who needs a bouquet with this much flower power? With funky florals, a fun, scrappy border and whimsical pinwheel blocks, this mod-inspired quilt will brighten up any space. Your kit will come with all of the Boundless Mini FAB fabrics you’ll need for the quilt top and binding.
Make a hat that pops using short rows and changing colors! As part of the Elementals collection, this design is knit from the side (so gauge is important!). The kit comes with everything you need to knit this go-to accessory.
Delyse is a wrap-style cardigan with set-in sleeves, ribbed ties and a-line shape that's worked from the top down seamlessly — plus, it has pockets for added comfort and style! The kit comes with a timeless pattern and everything you need to knit it.
Coloring books are commonly thought to be a pastime for children, but they actually have benefits for everyone regardless of age. In fact, coloring mandalas, words of inspiration and nature scenes helps reduce stress and promote mindfulness, according to the Mayo Clinic. Whether you draw your own coloring pages — you can learn how in our class Draw a Coloring Book — or print out the free ones below, there's no better way to unwind after a busy day.
Let's talk about waffles. The breakfast item is great, but knitters can argue the stitch is even better. It's worked up quickly by alternating knits and purls, resulting in a beautiful texture that has little raised bumps (similar to how a waffle looks when it comes off the iron). Plus, it's easy enough for even true beginners to take on, so you can try it in any project — like in this Waffle Stitch Cowl Knitting Kit — regardless of skill level.
Show a little love to Mother Nature by replacing those paper towels with something a little more sustainable — reusable scrubbers. That's right, with these patterns you can crochet some scrubbies for your bathroom and kitchen, making your day-to-day cleanup more environmentally-friendly.
One of the biggest differences between regular garment sewing and couture sewing is underlining. Underlining is what gives couture garments their superior overall appearance and elevates any homemade article of clothing to a designer-grade product. But, what exactly is underlining? Why do you need it, and how do you use it?
Take traditional embroidery and turn it on its head with one key tool: the punch needle. Also known as needle punching, the craft uses embroidery floss or yarn to create bold texture and beautiful designs on monk's cloth. Fiber fanatics can't got enough of the fun, easy-to-learn technique, so get in on the craze with one (or all!) of the projects below.
There are so many reasons to love stockinette stitch. It's smooth, polished and (best of all) simple! It looks great on any project, especially when working with variegated yarns — the simple fabric lets those colors shine! Once you learn to knit it, you'll keep coming back for more.
When you first pick up a pair of knitting needles, it's likely you'll start at square one: the garter stitch. The stitch pattern is easily identifiable by its ridges, and is ideal for newbie knitters because it lies flat and is by far the most beginner-friendly because you just knit every row. But even with its simplicity, there are a few things to keep in mind when working a garter stitch.
Every get-together needs a burst of color to liven things up, and that's exactly what these color-packed cake pops are for! They couldn't be easier to make, either: there's no sculpting or shaping required, and you can create the rainbow effect with just a handful of candies.
Create your brunch centerpiece with a baked frittata, an omelette-quiche hybrid that's healthy, crustless and oh-so-customizable. While most frittata recipes start on the stovetop, this method is even easier — just put your ingredients in a glass dish or pie pan, pop it in the oven and relax with your morning coffee.
Now that you've dyed your Easter eggs, keep the fun going by giving those cuties something to nestle in. These paper egg holders are fun, versatile and insanely simple — so it's a must-make for kids of all ages.
Dessert is all about texture, and these lemon pudding cakes certainly deliver. They start with a fluffy, moist cake layer and finish with a smooth, creamy curd — and they definitely don't skimp on lemony flavor. Whip 'em up for brunch — perhaps on Mother's Day or Easter — to give your guests the perfect final bite.