Your Stash
Picture this: You go to the fabric store, pick out the perfect materials for your next project, and come home only to realize that — doh — you already have great fabric you could have used tucked away in a forgotten corner of your sewing room.
Lindsay Conner
Show of hands: Anyone have a pile of random granny squares just sitting around? Thought so. Time for a stash-busting project!
Kathryn Vercillo
What happens when you combine the warm and fuzzy art of knitting and crochet with the gritty urban landscape? A phenomenon known as knitfiti, or yarn bombing!
Jessie Hemmons
Let your stitches run wild with mixed-media embroidery! Embroiderer Nichole Vogelsinger shows you how to make three boho-chic hoop designs using a combination of stitches, fabrics (great for stash-busting!) and embellishments such as beads, buttons and more.
Nichole Vogelsinger
Nichole Vogelsinger
Scraps are just a fact of life for quilters — and it doesn't take long for that pile of leftovers to get pretty big.
Bluprint
When it comes to precuts, the quilting possibilities are endless. Whether you want to whip up a quick block pattern or piece together something more intricate, here are our go-to designs.
Bluprint
If you own a bakery, you can do one of two things: Wake up at 3 a.m. and bake everything from scratch (um, pass) or learn a few tricks that make it look like that's what you did.
Erin Gardner
These crocheted ornaments are every kind of perfect: simple to make and soooooo cute. You can customize the pattern in endless ways (thick stripes, thin stripes, no stripes!), so you'll never get bored making them. Which is why every single person on your list might get one this year.
Maria Weaber
Once you realize how easy this bow is to make, you're going to put them on literally everything. Crochet a small rectangle, wrap the center, and you've got a bow. Genius.
Kathryn Vercillo
Sew
Make a small, personal gift like jewelry even cooler by packaging it up in an adorable, reusable pouch you sewed yourself!
Linda Reynolds
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