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          Weaving
          Weave
          Grab your project bag! It's time to make along with mother-daughter crafting duo Christie and Isa Beniston! Together they've sewn and grown, threaded and thrived, and turned their love of craft into their livelihoods. Now these crafting queens are tackling a new theme every week, each piecing together a project that inspires the other (and that you'll totally want to make, too). From embroidered mantras for the new year to personalized pet beds and much more, join them for crafting tips and tricks and a little life advice, because Maker Knows Best!
          Traditional embroidery is great, but lately everyone's fiber radars seem to be focused on the beautiful textures created with punch needle (also called needle punching). The craft looks eerily similar to embroidery when you just see the tools, as you need embroidery floss or yarn, a hoop, fabric and scissors to start. But that extra tool — the punch needle itself — makes a big difference.
          Ashley Little
          Weave
          Finish up your wall hanging by steaming and trimming the strands so they lie smoothly. Vanessa gives cutting tips to help you achieve a crisp finish.
          Weave
          Start your wall hanging as Vanessa shows you how to set up your hoop and dowel. She also shares tips for easily measuring and cutting your yarn to the correct length.
          Weave
          Vanessa shows you how to add three layers of color with simple lark's head and fishnet knots. These ties are so simple, even a beginner can do them!
          Weave
          Adorn your home with a sweet and simple macramé wall hanging designed by Christine Naugle of Sweet Potato 3. Your expert guide, Vanessa Vargas Wilson (aka the Crafty Gemini), shows you how, step by step. Learn two beginner-friendly knots, then let the yarn do the rest!
          Vanessa Vargas Wilson, The Crafty Gemini
          Vanessa Vargas Wilson, The Crafty Gemini
          Weave
          Use traditional basket weaving techniques with modern materials to create a one-of-a-kind basket. No special tools are required — your hands and the felted yarn do all the work.
          Beginner
          Woven yarn baskets are stylish storage solutions and so simple to make! In this short project tutorial, designer Anne Weil walks you through weaving a yarn basket with chic leather handles using oversized yarn. It's perfect for holding everything from magazines to craft projects and comes together in a snap.
          Woven yarn baskets are stylish storage solutions and so simple to make! In this short project tutorial, designer Anne Weil walks you through weaving a yarn basket with chic leather handles using oversized yarn. It's perfect for holding everything from magazines to craft projects and comes together in a snap.
          Anne Weil
          Anne Weil
          Spin
          Sometimes the sheep speak to you, telling you exactly want kind of yarn to make from their fleece. At least, that's how it went for TeDi Jansen of Small Acre Farm. While sitting in the pasture with her sheep one night, she got the urge to spin. Wishing there was a way to skip some of the prep and get to the wheel faster, the sheep gave her a brilliant idea: "prep less; let the fiber shine."
          Bluprint
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