Whether you're flying a red eye or simply trying to block out the light from your TV, there are many reasons to use a sleep mask and get some quality shuteye. The good news is that it's super easy to DIY, and only calls for a little bit of fabric. (Stash-buster project, anyone?) Whip up one for yourself, or go to town and make 'em for the whole fam so you can all get some beauty rest, stat.
You'd be forgiven if you thought a barn quilt was a type of fabric quilt that you drape over a stall door, or maybe over yourself as you milked the cows.
You've just unboxed your brand-spanking fresh DSLR, and all you want to do is start playing with the new toy. You can't wait to take your shooting skills to the next level.
Keeping a travel journal is a great way to preserve memories of both far-flung and close-to-home travels. You've probably already thought of filling your pages with stories and sketches, museum tickets and cafe menus. But how about some dirt? For real! Check out our tips for really capturing the spirit of a place.
It's the season of vacation, road trips and all sorts of adventures. But that doesn't mean you need to stop stitching! All you need is a well-packed travel bag for knitting and crocheting.
Whether you're headed to Boston or Bora Bora, your pics should aim to capture the truest essence of your journey. Make sure these five snaps are high on your shot list — whether they're destined for your living room wall or your Instagram feed! (Or both.)
Step up your packing game by sewing your own DIY lingerie bag (or three!). This durable mesh bag separates your “unmentionables” from the rest of your clothing, keeping your suitcase or travel bag organized. When you get home, throw the bag directly into the washing machine to clean your delicates safely and easily.