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    If you love bragging rights, this DIY Fremont tote is your big ticket item. The gorgeous waxed canvas bag has a classic two-toned exterior, with real leather straps and metal hardware. The completed look is so contemporary and stylish, everyone will ask, “Who makes this bag?” And you’ll get to wow everyone by declaring, “I did!” For step-by-step video instructions watch the companion class, [Sew the Fremont Bag.](
  • Whether you’re working on your very first bag or your 50th, the new Caliza Bag from Carla Henton is an ideal endeavor. It’s strong and sturdy, yet oh-so-cute, with colors that pop right off the piece. Practice working with templates, interfacing, and fleece, all while hand-piecing your newest go-to satchel.
  • A companion to Allyson Dykhuizen’s class "Startup Project: Cable Hat & Headband." This beginner-friendly kit is the perfect introduction to new cable stitches and techniques. Pattern includes both a written and color-coded chart.
  • Release the confetti and get party-ready with these colorful socks that are cute as can be. Not only are they bright and cheerful, they also have a little lace rib which adds an extra dose of fun to the playful colorway. Even better? They’re easy to knit!
  • Want to give your knitting a little kick? Try your hand at these rag socks by Bruce Weinstein: they’re snuggly, they’re warm, and they’re a mainstay of gifting. With no heel to navigate, these tube socks are extra easy to knit—and they come in three sizes so they can fit any man’s foot.
  • Sweater + poncho = swoncho! Throw on this transitional piece when the weather's too warm for a jacket. Worked from the top down, you can easily adjust the sleeves and cropped length to fit a range of sizes.
  • A great project for beginners, this raglan knit cardigan features colorwork along the bottom edges.
  • If you’ve ever dreamt of cuddling up in a cloud, this cozy cardigan is as close as you’ll ever get. With a modern chunky style, a wide ribbed color, and pockets (yay!), this quick and easy design is worked from the side across. The pattern uses basic crochet stitches throughout, so it’s approachable for almost any crochet level. This kit comes with silky soft Sprightly Yarns Acrylic Super Bulky.
  • A lacy oversized sweater with batwing sleeves, ribbed cuffs, and a generous shawl collar.
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    Have you been flirting with the idea of sewing your own frocks? This curated course kit has everything you need to get started! It comes with a floral watercolor stretch cotton fabric, interfacing, thread, an invisible zipper, and McCall pattern 7681. Simply follow along with Startup Project: Sew the Flirty Dress, and you’ll become a bonafide seamstress in no time. (This is a great next step after you have completed the Sewing Bluprint Box Projects.)
  • There are birthday parties, and then there are birthday par-taaaaays. Add that extra dose of enthusiasm with the ultimate birthday party kit from Meri Meri. Includes Birthday Cupcake Kit, Sprinkle Pop in Rainbow Road, Happy Birthday Candles, Happy Birthday to You Garland, and Mini Party Hat Set.
  • It’s not a birthday celebration until someone arrives with a platter of cupcakes, and this kit from Meri Meri ensures they will catch everyone’s eye. With 48 cupcake liners in four colorways and 24 gold mylar tassel toppers, this kit leaves no doubt that the party has started.
  • Whether you’re celebrating an “It’s a Boy” baby shower, a bon voyage, or simply a birthday for a blue enthusiast, this kit from Meri Meri has all the hue you can handle. With the Blue Cupcake Kit, Sprinkle Pop in Sea Glass, Hip Hip Hooray Topper, and Blue Tassel Garland, you’ll feel downright blue when the party is over.
  • Before the parents-to-be are blessed with goos and gahs, throw them a party that will make them ooh and ahh. This Baby Shower bundle from Meri Meri includes everything you need for an unforgettable baby shower: Pastel Cupcake Liners, Sprinkle Pop Pastel Confetti, Pastel Baby Cake Topper, and Baby Balloon Garland. Bonus: It’s gender-neutral!
  • Level-up your cake (literally!) with this set of 16 extra-long candles from Meri Meri. The height adds elegance while the silver adds shine, and near-invisible plastic holders help stabilize these feats of waxen architecture. Suffice it to say, these are the ultimate finishing touch.
  • The Cloth Parcel’s exciting new design features dynamic, vibrant prints from Boundless Looking Glass with patterns inspired by honeycombs, florals, and constellations. You’ll practice piecing on point and using setting triangles in this perfectly manageable project—with outsized results!
  • You’ve already crocheted plenty of blankets—now you need baskets to store them in! These quick and easy crochet baskets come in three sizes that nest together perfectly. Made with Sprightly Acrylic Wool Super Bulky Yarn, each basket is worked in a center single crochet stitch. Add the rope handles and enjoy a rustic farmhouse touch, perfect for any room in your home!
  • Counting sheep is easy with this plush pillow! Knit stockinette stitch with worsted yarn and work the sheep with charted intarsia colorwork. You'll get black and white yarn for the sheep, and all you have to do is choose your favorite background color!
  • Stitch together precut charm squares to give your dinner table a stunning accent! This runner by Christine Stainbrook is perfect for quilters of all levels. Your kit includes all of the fabrics you’ll need to finish the runner top, backing, and binding.
  • Joy to all and peace on earth! This country-rustic quilt by Kristin Gassaway combines traditional piecing and applique to add some extra heart to your holiday. Using variable stars, two-patches, and flying geese, this homey design is perfectly sized for a wall hanging. The kit comes with all of the Hillside Holiday Pines fabrics needed.

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    If there's anything we like more than making quilts, it's got to be free quilt patterns. Which is why Angela Walters, host of our uber-popular Midnight Quilt Show series, is our quilting BFF: not only can you download her most popular patterns below (did we mention they're free?!), but you can also stitch along with Angela as she works up each quilt. The only question: Which one will you make first?!
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    While everyone loves a good embroidery design they can hang on the wall or turn into a pillow, there's something extra cool about being able to wear your finished masterpiece. With this easy tutorial, you'll have a new necklace — one you totally made yourself — added to your collection in no time.
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    Most knitters will tell you that having a good project bag is essential — you can store all the necessary needles, notions and, you know, the actual knitting, so that when you're ready to stitch everything is ready and waiting. Plus, if you have multiple WIPs (works in progress), keeping each one in its own bag is the key to staying organized. And while you could buy a project bag (and there are tons of cute ones out there), we're all makers here — so why not stitch up a few of your own?
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    We’re not clowning around here: This balloon animal-inspired project is the most fun you’ll ever have with a throw pillow! Jo Gick, a finalist on season 1 of NBC’s Making It, has the easy tutorial for turning a fabric tube into this unicorn magic.
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  • five fox stuffy embroidery animals in front of a colorful garland
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    Gift giving for kids can be tough — especially when you want your present to stand out amongst the crowd! With these DIYs, you'll do just that.
  • woman holding an ava quilted bag behind her as she walks in front of white background
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    Breaking news: quilting doesn't have to take foreverrr. These bags use all the techniques you love about your craft, and you can knock 'em out in a weekend!
  • quilted tote bag in front of a sewing machine filled with quilting supplies
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    Let's be real: we can always use more totes for grocery runs and storing sewing supplies. This stash-busting project is perfect for beginner sewists and — bonus! — it'll be done in less than an hour. Last-minute gift idea, anyone?
  • animal cookies shaped like penguins, lions, bears and skunks on a purple background
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    It doesn't get much cuter than these zoo-tastic animal cookies! Learn to build four critters, then play around with candy melts and cookies to create your own special take on your favorite furry friend.
  • three cakes decorated like a pineapple, orange and watermelon on three white cake stands
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    Nope, we're not talking about that kind of fruit cake. These beauties are covered in buttercream and, in one case, potato chips! Whip one up for your next backyard party and get ready for the "tricked ya!" jokes and "so cute!" compliments to roll in.
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    Let's be honest: making quilted gifts can be just as much fun as creating full-size quilts. So if you're looking for homemade gift ideas, consider these beauties for the best peeps on your list.
  • Blue and gray quilted floor pillow on a white background with a pair of rainbow sneakers nearby
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    Get ready to become obsessed with English paper piecing (and this pillow!). Use paper templates and some simple hand-stitching to piece together the top (choose from two different layouts), then bust out your machine, quilt the top and turn it into a pillow. Before you know it, you'll be lounging in style.
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