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sewing along the top of a polka dot fabric bin
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We love launching into long-term sewing projects as much as the next person, but trying to fit them into a busy schedule can be tough. If you're itchin' to create but only have an hour of free time, don't fret — we've got projects for you.
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Jewellery makers tools on workbench, overhead view
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Storing your jewelry-making supplies properly is a must. It makes projects more efficient and hassle-free, and it gives you that total zen feeling of crafting clutter-free! If you're wondering where — and how — you can store your tools, wire and all those beads, here are some fun ways to make the most out of your crafting space.
Gayle Bird
sewing blue fabric with sewing machine
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If you're like us, your closet is likely littered with clothes that no longer fit, items that just aren't your style anymore, or things you simply forgot you had. But before you Marie Kondo the place and throw everything out, stop and ask yourself: Can I upcycle this? We bet the answer is yes — here are a few fun ways to get started.
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woman wearing punch needle barrette in her hair
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We can't get enough of this design by Arounna Khounnoraj — it's cute, trendy and easy to knock out in a weekend. Plus, it's a great way to use all those yarn scraps you have lying around. Let's get punching!
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quartz stone wrapped in silver wire
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There's one material budding jewelry designers are most likely to reach for: wire. It's one of the most versatile materials around, and easy to work with even if you're new to the art of jewelry making. Check out the basics here, and you'll be ready to tackle beautiful wirework jewelry making like a pro.
Rebecca Anderson
Men's Necktie
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Sure, you've been gifting dad a tie since you were, oh, four. While it may feel a little been-there-done-that, making that tie yourself — in a fabric that pops and totally channels his personality — changes the game completely. And if you're really feeling the love, you can go the extra mile and make two or three!
Linda Reynolds
Flat crocheted cowl in colorful yarn on a white background
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This lacy, colorful cowl is our favorite way to make a big impact with minimal effort. You only need two stitches to whip this up, and the variegated yarn does all the color work for you.
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pink and blue trays filled with resin jewelry on gray background
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Ready, set, resin! The coolest jewelry is the kind you make yourself — especially when it's this fast and easy. Let's go!
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three scarves dyed with indigo in different patterns
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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
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Reminiscent of the peaks of the Sierra Mountains, this gorgeous shawl shifts colors and lace patterns as you move from section to section. It may look like a lot of lace, but the patterns repeat and build on each other, so you start simple and gradually get more complex.
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