To make this gorgeous woven sunset, you don't need any fancy tools — just a wooden picture frame and a fork from your kitchen (really!). Plus you only need to know two stitches, and we'll teach you both of 'em.
You love to knit and crochet and give the things you make as gifts. At this point, everyone in your life has one of your blankets, sweaters, or hats. Your family and friends. Your UPS guy. Your neighbor. Your neighbor's baby. Your other neighbor's baby.
There's a reason why scarves are a fave first-time weaving project. Making a long, narrow cloth rectangle seems pretty doable. Plus, the end result is something gorgeous you can wear yourself or give away as a gift. What's not to like?
Glitter, sequins and fringe — oh my! It was all glitz and glamour this week on Bravo's Project Runway, as the designers created larger-than-life looks inspired by Sir Elton John. Now, we're busting out our own notions to make these beyond-fabulous projects.
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!
Hey, that scarf looks smashing on you. Oh, what's that you say? You want an honest opinion? OK, your scarf could use a little...something extra. What it really needs is fringe. Those breezy, dangling twists on the edge will give your scarf that dash of "Oh, hi, I'm about to walk down a runway."
Roving, rolags, batts. Wait, what language are we speaking? Ah yes, the language of spinning fibers.
Can’t find a rug that matches your style? Then make one with your own two hands. With this finger knit rug, you don’t need any fancy supplies — just grab some yarn and a hula hoop (we’ll explain in a sec) and go!