Some fun little projects to add handmade to your home.
Fingering yarn makes a sweet tiny slice of cake yielding smiles, not sugar.
Use a little piece of wool and a canning jar for a little sewing pin storage.
Cut flowers from the garden and arrange them around the house with these florist tips.
Repurpose a frame, crochet a chain, and display your fanciest feathers.
Turn two chunks of fleece into sweet, soft dreams. PDF printable pattern.
Use two granny squares and some scrap fabric to create a very handy extra toilet paper roll holder.
How we reclaim discarded candles to make fire starters.
Use nine legos to make a little Halloween decor, (designed by my lego loving 6 1/2 year old.)
Use this knitting pattern to add quick little bear ears to the tops of any knit hat.
Got Wire? Got Greens? Make a holiday wreath in any size.
Recycle a woolen scarf into two lined cowls for the kiddos.
Use food coloring to dye a Queen Anne's Lace rainbow.
Rock an i-cord with some bulky yarn and you will have a snake in no time.
Grab some scraps and knit up these tiny mittens (knittens) to decorate for the holidays.
Using 100% wool roving and/or yarn, just shape, wash in the laundry, and enjoy your dryer balls.
Scroll down the post for a printable pattern and great way to use up your wool scraps.
Stitch up a treasure map based on your child's design.