Very easy crochet rainbow scarf pattern.
Using DK (8ply) yarn of your choice and a 4mm crochet hook.
Leave a long end (approx 15cm) and chain 150 in pink. Turn.
Half double crochet back along your foundation chain. Fasten off, change to red and leave a long tail end on both the last colour (pink) and the new colour (red), these long ends will become your tassels.Turn.
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Free Crochet Pattern – Little Doily Bag
This is a very simple, small purse measuring approximately 14cm x 10cm. The design is very basic, so these little purses are suitable for beginners and can be quickly made up.
You will need yarn in 8ply and a 4mm hook. I used cotton, but acrylic or wool would work too. These instructions are in US terms.
To make the purse chain 22, turn and half double crochet (hdc) in the third stitch from the hook and each stitch across (20hdc). Chain 2, turn and hdc in each stitch across the row. Keep working back and forth (remembering to ch 2 at the end of each row) until you have a rectangle approximately 20cm long. I made this bag with stripes, alternating two rows in each color – and 4 rows (rows 8-10) at the bottom of the bag (where you fold it).
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Now the spring is about to end and the fall season is on it’s way. Everybody is excited to enjoy the beauty of fall so, everything Etsy is sharing exciting sewing projects to try for the fall. The projects are incredibly simple and fast so I think you sure will like the list.
Link to the article : http://www.everythingetsy.com/2014/09/12-fall-sewing-tutorials-diy-genius/
Tote bags are so popular that you can not stop buying/making them almost everyday. With a big enough tote bag you can bring all your tools wherever you go; whether it be your make up set, comb, purse or even camera, laptop etc. Although you can buy ready made tote bags, there’s a Kick in making one. And making those are incredibly easy.
Here is a nice and interesting DIY tote bag tutorial I found on YouTube. I am not embedding the tutorial here because I think it’s unfair for the owner. Enjoy!
Are you a coffee nut? Does the smell, the taste, just about everything about coffee drive you up the wall? Well these great coffee ideas are for you then.
15 Creative DIY Coffee Crafts
Mornings may be rough for some of us until you’ve had your cup of coffee. Well, it shouldn’t be the only way to beat the morning blues. Who knew you could use up any extra beans, grinds or accessories to start brewing up creative DIY coffee crafts. Check out our favorite 15 creative DIY coffee crafts and brew up some fun.
DIY Crafts For Adults Who Love To Drink Coffee
1. Coffee Can Lanterns
These are awesome! Simply upcycle tin coffee cans into lanterns for festive outdoor fun! See how you can make it here.
This is a totally gorgeous wreath. I am surprised at what you can create with coffee filters! Check it out here.
3. Homemade Coffee Scrub
This homemade coffee scrub can help nourish skin and lessen the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite. Get the instructions here.
4. Coffee Candles
Instead of wasting all of that wonderful wax, combine it with some fragrant coffee grounds to create dazzling, coffee-scented candles at home. Make it with this tutorial.
5. Flying Coffee Cups
I just love this DIY home decor craft idea – it has an intriguing optical illusion. Check it out here.
6. DIY 3D Coffee Cup Wall Decor
You’ll be surprised how fancy and fragrant this coffee bean wall decor is! See how you can make it here.
7. DIY Coffee Tealight
I love being able to freshen indoor air naturally. Check it out here.
8. Coffee Bean Coaster
Your new coaster may even double as an air freshener when you use it with hot drinks. See how you can make it here.
9. DIY Coffee Heart
I so love the idea. This is a fun DIY project to make a heart shaped coffee bean decor. Tutorial here.
10. DIY Pallet Coffee Cup Holder
This is an awesome idea and I love the simple, elegant stencil. Check it out here.
11. DIY Coffee Tree
This is such a great gift idea! See how you can make it here.
12. DIY Coffee Bean Ornament
Not only do this smell great but it makes a decoration as well. Get the instructions here.
13. Homemade Candles
This coffee bean candle will surely fill your home with the sweet aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans. Make it with this tutorial.
14. Plastic Bag Dispenser
Way classier than shoving those plastic bags in a drawer or at the back of the shelves. Instructions here.
15. Coffee Beans Table Centerpieces
Coffee bean centerpiece ideas are simple and cute. See how you can make it here.
Need more DIY coffee crafts? Let’s check this video and learn how to make a Leather Coffee Cup Sleeve from Inspire To Make:
What DIY coffee crafts have you made? Let us know below in the comments!
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This is Juliana’s Tifton Tiles quilt and you can find the free tutorial on how to make it here. The fabric collection is called Meadow Bloom.
I used Hearts In Bloom for the pantograph as the quilt is a gift for a nine year old girl. The batting is Quilters Dream Blend, the thread is White So Fine and White Bottom Line on the back. The backing is s fun polka dot pink Minkie!
From one form to the other-Here is an Upcycle hack for you that can blow your mind. A sweater turns into a beautiful bag. Sarah from www.sarahdudik.wordpress.com shares this useful photo tutorial on her website.She has clearly explained, how she has used craft fuse with decor bond interfacing that are thicker than regular ones. When you are working on the sweater upcycle,there are few interesting tips by sarah to make it easier.Enjoy sarah’s colourful photo instructions of the sweater upcycle HERE.
Looking for cheap DIY jewelry projects? If you need some DIY projects that your girls will love, this list will help you out. Make DIY jewelry from upcycled materials that still looks amazing!
Cheap DIY Jewelry Projects for Girls
Many may be wondering how to make jewelry. It’s really not that hard. If you just want something girls can spend time on making and sharing with their friends, you don’t really have to spend a lot.
My daughter was planning a sleepover with her friends and being the great mom that I am ;), I thought it would be a good idea to have them make some DIY jewelry. It was an instant hit! They had a great time that night and even have some souvenirs when they went home. So if you’re looking for some budget-friendly craft projects any girl will love, continue reading on!
Cheap DIY Jewelry Projects for Girls | DIY Jewelry
1. Pop Can Tabs Bracelet
This doesn’t have a tutorial but it seems pretty straight forward. Just take some pop can tabs and some ribbon and slide it inside the holes making a chain. Make it in any color you want.
2. Rainbow Pompom Necklace
Know how to make pompoms? It’s super easy and you can make it in different colors like this rainbow pompom. All you need is some yarn. Get the tutorial here.
3. DIY Summer Bracelet
It’s so wonderful what great things you can do with some glue. Just check out this easy to make DIY summer bracelet here.
4. Lego Friendship Bracelet
Ever bonded over lego? Kids may need to ask a grownup to drill the holes but otherwise, this is super easy to make. Check the instructions here.
5. DIY Bottle Necklaces
Want to keep some small (really small) trinket close to you? Make this DIY necklace and put what you value most in it. Get the steps here.
Or watch a tutorial here on Louise Fowler’s youtube!
6. Button Rings
I have to admit, even I fancy some cute and stylish buttons. Here’s your chance to turn it into a cool DIY ring. Just grab some buttons and elastic cord. See it here.
7. DIY Felt Ball Necklace
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8. DIY Popsicle Stick Bracelets
Little girls may need to ask a little help but this sure is one cheap and cute DIY bracelet project. Get the tutorial here.
9. Easy DIY Glitter Bracelets
Kids love everything that glitters that’s why this DIY bracelet is just the perfect thing. See how here.
10. DIY Popsicle Earrings
Complete your set of popsicle jewelry with this cute and easy to make DIY earrings. Get the steps here.
11. DIY Hama Perler Beads
Kids will love this colorful DIY jewelry project. Have fun stringing them to make DIY necklaces and bracelets. See it here.
12. Easter Egg Candy Necklace
Still have some leftover plastic eggs from last Easter? Make some holes and string them into a colorful DIY necklace! See how here.
13. Finger Knitting Necklaces
Learn the art of finger knitting and make these colorful necklaces! Get the tutorial here.
14. DIY Upcycled Heart Charm
Can you believe these heart charms were made of empty cereal boxes? Find out how here.
15. DIY Mermaid Earrings
Ever dreamed of becoming a mermaid? Now you’re just a few tail-wags closer with these beautiful, mesmerizing, and easy to make DIY earrings. Get the instructions here.
This craft was made by the fabulous Momma at MomsandCrafters.com – Click through to check out all her other wonderful kids craft ideas!
16. DIY Perfume Bottle Necklace
Know those sample perfume bottles? Here’s a great repurposing idea! Check it out here.
17. Painted Macaroni Necklaces
Kids just love macaroni crafts. Why not have the girls make their DIY necklace with their own design. See how here.
18. Super Easy DIY Bead Bracelet
Nothing fancy, just a lot of beads and some string. Get the steps here.
19. DIY Paper Beads
You’ll have more reasons to eat your morning cereal with this paper craft project. Make your own beads! Get the tutorial here.
20. 15-Minute Color Block Necklace
Any girl would have an amazing time coloring these blocks. Get the instructions here.
21. DIY Tassel Necklace
Everyone love tassels so why not make it a necklace? Check it out here.
22. Candy Bracelets
I’m sure any girl will love to make this sweet and easy candy bracelet. Just hope they make one before they eat everything. See it here.
Got time for one more? Check this video tutorial from Vanessa Crafts & Arts:
Which DIY jewelry are you going to make with the girls? Let us know below in the comments!
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This is Kerri’s Just Call Me Modern quilt and it is a pattern by Judi Madsen. We discussed a few quilting options for this quilt and I was very honest about the costs of custom as I think is important to be upfront about the difference before getting a client excited about an idea. The range can go from $150 for a panto design to $1000 for custom, and even higher if you want the style of quilting Judi did on her sample as that involved a lot of planning, marking and many hours of quilting. The majority of my clients just want to use or gift their quilts, they are not for show, so really like the panto designs and I enjoy quilting them. I also find custom takes a toll on my back and shoulders so have been limiting this type of work to one or two a month. But I do enjoy the challenge of custom once in awhile and just need to learn to pace myself so I don’t end up with knots in my shoulders!
I gave Kerri some panto options and she picked Starlight for the panto. This was a fantastic choice as it really added a lovely texture but lets the pieced shine!
I used Quilter’s Dream Blend batting and White So Fine thread.
In search of the perfect DIY clothes for teens? If you or your teen is asking for new clothes but you don’t want to break the bank, these DIY ideas will be a hit!
DIY Clothes for Teens You Can Craft On The Cheap
I remember when I was a teen. I always wanted to wear the latest trends, get new clothes and just… belong. My parents weren’t that supportive because I already had lots and lots of clothes and they didn’t think I needed more. Fast forward to present, and I now have a teen. I’m sure she’s feeling the same thing at her age, but this time I have a solution: DIY clothes for teens! Not only will these diy clothes encourage her to tap into her creative side but it’s also a great activity we can do together. If you need some DIY clothes ideas, just scroll on!
1. DIY Skinny Jeans
Why throw old jeans when you can make them stylish again by converting them into skinny jeans? See how here.
Upgrade your old tank top and turn it into something trendy and versatile. Get the tutorial here.
3. DIY Oversized Cropped Tank or Vest From a T-Shirt
This is a great t-shirt upcycling project you can try from a shirt your boyfriend no longer wears…or any over-sized shirt will do. Check it out here.
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4. No Sew, Lattice, Stud T-Shirt DIY for Teens
So simple and stylish. Who can ever tell that this was once a plain t-shirt? Tutorial here.
Admit it, there’s still a part of you that loves Disney. Get some DIY Disney crafts here you can wear.
6. Everyday Skirt for Teens
Are you the kind of gal who loves to wear skirts all the time? Then this is the everyday skirt for you. Pattern here.
7. DIY Fringe Net Tank
An easy do-over for your plain top tank. Get the steps here.
8. Denim DIY
A few clever ways you can update your denim. From your jeans to your denim shirts, there’s still hope. See them here.
9. Ribbon Shirts DIY clothes project
Super easy DIY for your shirt. Just grab a ribbon and tie it in the back.
10. Super cute and trendy DIY Skater Skirt (circle skirt)
Because you just have to have one in your closet! Tutorial here.
11. Tie up Off-Shoulder Shirt DIY
I’m definitely trying this! Just follow the instructions in the photo above.