Accessories
Ready, set, resin! The coolest jewelry is the kind you make yourself — especially when it's this fast and easy. Let's go!
Beginner
When we say "tie dye," you might immediately think of making T-shirts at camp or the screaming color combos of the '70s. But we're here to make you forget all that. Tie dye is back, and this time it's modern, sophisticated and totally wearable.
Beginner
We’re all heart eyes all the time for the woven art trend … especially when it comes in a form we can wear! That’s why we absolutely love this necklace from Jo Gick, crafter extraordinaire and contestant on season 1 of NBC’s Making It. Bonus: You don’t even need a loom to weave it up!
Jo Gick
Beginner
With all the decisions that go into designing a piece of jewelry, it's probably safe to say that choosing a clasp isn't exactly any designer's first priority. But if you choose the wrong type, you'll regret it.
Amy Latta
There ain't no party like a craft party. If you're planning to throw a DIY date for your friends, we've got all the inspo you need. Even your non-crafty pals will love rolling up their sleeves for these creations!
Bluprint
Sew
Sure, you can make beautiful clothes and accessories by sewing straight seams. But if you want to tackle scooped necklines or round pillows and clutches, you need to be curvalicious. Here's what you need to know.
Andrea Brown
Let's be honest: knitting from patterns is awesome. There are so many amazing designs out there, that you could knit from patterns for the rest of your life and never get bored. But, equally awesome, is pushing yourself to create your own designs. If this sort of experimentation is your jam, hats are a great place to start.
Ashley Little
Beanie and cloche and beret — oh, my! We've got all the hats for you to crochet. And even the ones the look a little complicated (oh hey there, Fair Isle Hat), use only basic stitches. So you can make all of 'em — promise!
Bluprint
Sew
Real talk: If you want that homemade scarf you're sewing to look a little less homemade, you need a rolled hem. A smooth, even-looking rolled hem is where it's at — but how do you get one?
Beginner
Sew
Bow ties might be notoriously tricky to tie, but they're surprisingly easy to make — and wow do they look sharp. Wearing a bow tie is an instant style win. If you're planning to make a few for a wedding party or a gift, or just want to rock one yourself, here's all you need to know to DIY it.
Beginner
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