Some fun little projects to add handmade to your home.

A Piece of Cake Knitted Pattern

Fingering yarn makes a sweet tiny slice of cake yielding smiles, not sugar.

Canning Jar Pin Cushion

Use a little piece of wool and a canning jar for a little sewing pin storage.

Cut and Arrange Flowers

Cut flowers from the garden and arrange them around the house with these florist tips.

Feather Frame Display

Repurpose a frame, crochet a chain, and display your fanciest feathers.

Fleece Pillow Case Pattern

Turn two chunks of fleece into sweet, soft dreams. PDF printable pattern.

Granny Square Extra Toilet Paper Roll Holder

Use two granny squares and some scrap fabric to create a very handy extra toilet paper roll holder.

Homemade Fire Starters

How we reclaim discarded candles to make fire starters.

Lego Nine Piece Pumpkin

Use nine legos to make a little Halloween decor, (designed by my lego loving 6 1/2 year old.)

Little Ears Knitting Pattern

Use this knitting pattern to add quick little bear ears to the tops of any knit hat.

Make A Fresh Holiday Wreath

Got Wire? Got Greens? Make a holiday wreath in any size.

One Scarf into Two Cowls

Recycle a woolen scarf into two lined cowls for the kiddos.

Rainbow Queen Anne's Lace

Use food coloring to dye a Queen Anne's Lace rainbow.

Super Simple Snake Knit Pattern

Rock an i-cord with some bulky yarn and you will have a snake in no time.

Tiny Mitten Knitting Pattern

Grab some scraps and knit up these tiny mittens (knittens) to decorate for the holidays.

Wool Dryer Balls How To

Using 100% wool roving and/or yarn, just shape, wash in the laundry, and enjoy your dryer balls.

Wool Felt Mushroom Sewing Pattern

Scroll down the post for a printable pattern and great way to use up your wool scraps.

Wool Treasure Map

Stitch up a treasure map based on your child's design.


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