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.
Subtle textural contrasts set the stage for this cardigan. The clean, elegant lines are made from the mingling seed stitches, twisted stitches and stockinette. The kit comes with the pattern and all the yarn you need to knit it.
Cowl-LET cozy happen with this fun-to-knit kit. Made with the softest superwash merino, extra-textured slip stitches and ribbing, plus a picot edge, the Camryn Cowlette will keep you warm and stylish all day long. Knit it yourself with this all-inclusive kit!
Stitch up a statement piece with this eye-catching cowl kit from Tanis Gray. Retro yet modern and knit seamlessly, this project is perfect for newbie knitters, Fair Isle experts and everyone in between! Your kit comes with the pattern, charts and worsted-weight yarn needed to knit it up quick.
The secret to this stylish scarf? Self-striping yarn! Add that to a simple mirroring technique, and you’ve got a must-have kit that works up quick. The cherry on top is a double ruffle edge adding a dash of flirty flair.
Versatility and style meet cozy comfort in this fun-to-stitch kit. Knit with a reversible rib and only partially seamed, this oversized cowl can be worn buttoned up or open. Either way, it’s sure to make a statement.
You'll have stars (and hearts!) in your eyes when you stitch up this quilt. Star Light, Star Bright uses 10" squares to transform simple half-square triangles into a fun, eye-catching design. This project, featuring the dainty florals and traditional brocades fof the Boundless Plume collection, also leaves plenty of room for some creative machine quilting. Your kit will come with all the fabric you need for the quilt top and binding.
Vineyard-inspired hues. Watercolor-like prints. A bold star design. This Quiltworx design is sure to be a showstopper. Bring it to life with this all-inclusive kit (and the help of a how-to video!) that comes with a physical pattern, paper piecing templates, Boundless Batiks fabric and pre-cut 2.5” strips.
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.
Nothing gets you in the camping mood more than some nature-inspired accessories. With a simple template, yarn and fabric scraps, you can needle punch a frog patch that's cute enough to stitch on any campwear.
The first rule of camping: you've gotta bring your stargazing A-game. That means having a cozy blanket, preferably one with needle-punched constellations. This design features the Big and Little Dippers on wool fabric — follow our template or go wild and punch the whole Milky Way.