Learn essential finishing techniques that bring out the texture and character of your wood in this FREE mini-class.
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It's hardly controversial to say that colorwork knitting can be a little maddening, and intarsia is no exception. If you don't stay on top of it, all those colors on the back of your sweater can turn on you and suck the joy out of your project. And what if you lose focus on a color change and end up with a hole?!
Tunisian crochet is often sold as a way for traditional crocheters to expand their skills. But are these crafts really all that different? Check out this breakdown to find out.
Learning how to use food-safe finishes is a must for woodworkers, whether you're creating a dining table, a cutting board, or even just a decorative object. That's because many finishes contain toxic drying agents, not to mention that many people are sensitive to chemicals.