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.
Imagine sinking your teeth into a flaky and buttery croissant, fresh from your own oven! Join executive pastry chef Colette Christian and learn to make four mouth-watering recipes, from the traditional to savory to sweet almond-filled pastries. Crafting perfect croissants at home might seem intimidating, but Colette breaks it down for bakers of all levels.
Machine quilting is simple when you've got the right tools for the job. Join designer Kelly Ashton as she walks you through everything from batting, basting and marking to sewing machine feet. Then, look at the ins and outs of how your sewing machine works, and what tools to use so you can quilt your next project with ease.
You can start animating today, even if all you can draw are stick figures. In this kid-friendly class, flip book artist Amy Pirkle shows you how to create an animated flip book, step by step. All you need is a pencil, some note cards, and your imagination!
Ready to let your imagination take flight? In this kid-friendly class, paper airplane mastermind John Collins shows you how to fold and fly five of his best designs, including his world-record-breaking plane for distance. Each lesson showcases a different plane, with John and his co-pilots making and then testing each one for distance, speed and more. Through trial and error, you’ll learn the science behind flight so you can experiment with your own creations.
Round up the kiddos and tie on the aprons! It's time to explore the science of baking, with food blogger Kaitlin Garske as your guide. She'll whip up six recipes (including amazing stained glass cookies!), and you'll find out what happens when things go right — and when they go oh-so-wrong.
When actress, singer and sewist Marcy Harriell spots an item on the rack, she sees potential. Because in her hands, so-so pieces get turned into imaginative, head-turning fashion statements. This original Bluprint series follows Marcy as she brings wild creativity and a funky sense of style to outfits she refashions for her daily adventures.
Too much is never enough for actress, singer, dancer and expert sewist Marcy Harriell. From a jazzy jean jacket to a feathered mini, watch her transform old clothes into next-level glam ... all in a day's work.
Entertaining at home can — and should — be a breeze! Lifestyle expert Mary Giuliani and NBC Today’s weather anchor Dylan Dreyer offer their best tips for making year-round gatherings fun and simple. Whether you’re planning a get-together for drinks, dinner or brunch, make it memorable with Mary’s most-loved recipes, decor ideas and more.
Wondering what to do with all your leftover fabric scraps? Designer Christina Cameli shows you how to piece them together without a pattern to create a gorgeous patchwork tote. With Christina's intuitive approach to patchwork, you can have more fun and improvise as you go!
What is it that separates good pizza from great pizza? Find out as you journey into the heart of this popular food with Peter Reinhart, a world-class expert on artisan bread baking and pizza making. In this seven-part series, we travel the California coast — stopping in Colorado — in the pursuit of perfect pizza and the fascinating people who make it. Each episode centers on artisan techniques and recipes, from the traditional Italian to gourmet spins using local ingredients, and explores the powerful emotions that pizza gives rise to (pun intended).
Newbie in the kitchen? No problem! Chef Celeste Rogers covers the basics of good cooking in this beginner's class. From knife skills to must-have tools to time-saving tips, you'll find everything you need to cook with confidence.
You can start sewing, and your kids can too! Designer Sara Alm walks you through the basics (with the help of her wacky alter ego, Sarah) in this kid-friendly beginner's class. From threading to stitching, learn how to use a sewing machine the right way.
Drawing is something that anyone can do, and it's really fun, too! In this kids' beginner class, join art teacher Jordan DeWilde and gain the skills you need to express yourself through drawing. Follow along as Jordan guides you through six quick projects — including drawing a life-size robot — that will help you draw more realistically. Plus learn easy techniques for shading, perspective, texture and more.
Embroidery is something that anyone can learn — it's easy, affordable and you can do it almost anywhere! In this kids' beginner class, explore embroidery basics alongside expert Jessica Long. Learn five foundational stitches as Jessica helps you create a magical narwhal design that you can hang on your wall or give as a gift.
Grab the kids and master the basics of cake decorating alongside the Man About Cake himself, Joshua John Russell, and his trusty sidekick, Gus the Sock Puppet. Together, they’ll teach you the skills you need to create a radical rainbow birthday cake. And, you’ll get tips and inspiration for your next cake creation.
Knitting is calming, creative, and easy! It's even more enjoyable when you stitch along with your kids. In this kids' beginner class, Kristy Glass and her daughter, Olive, show you how to start knitting and make your first project, a magic "pouch of possibilities." From casting on to binding off, they'll guide you step by step — and have a few laughs along the way.
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Bust your yarn stash and knit a pair of Fair Isle fingerless mitts! Knitwear designer Tanis Gray shows you how, without shaping, step by step. You'll learn to work key techniques including afterthought thumb, Latvian braid, double-pointed knitting and more.
Given all the uncertainty swirling about COVID-19, there's a lot of desire to help. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say staying home, washing your hands and practicing social distancing are some of the best things to do at this time, they're also encouraging everyone wear a cloth face cover when out in public.
We’re sending a big thank-you to embellished jeans and cheeky throw pillows for making embroidery the latest crafty comeback. (Seriously, just look at the magic that's happening over on Insta.) Want in? These 10 stitches will get you started, and are a great foundation for taking your hoop to the next level.
Yes, it is possible to make Pop Rocks, the famously fizzy candy, right in your own kitchen. No, you don't need any special equipment or a science degree. This at-home version of the classic candy attains its magical fizz through a combination of citric acid and baking soda. Time for a fun kitchen experiment!
There's little in life that's more satisfying than the crunch of fresh veggies grown right outside your door. Whether you're a gardening newbie or have a seasoned green thumb, raised beds are a great way to make that happen.
No yeast? No problem! These no-yeast dinner rolls rely on baking powder for leavening, and have the tenderness of a biscuit without being crumbly. Spread some butter on 'em while they're warm and you've got a mouthwatering side dish.
We bet you've seen it: Art that looks like an incredible painting, but was actually done with colored pencils. These seemingly simple tools can create an incredible range of dramatic effects, if you know the right techniques to bring to the table. Ready to try? Go!
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