Mint color shoes are perfect for wearing at home as it looks comfortable. If it is made with yarn then it must be more comfortable than you think. These crocheted mint shoes are shared by pretty ideas with a video tutorial on how to make a pair of these.
You can watch the tutorial from this Page. Enjoy!
Handbags associated with “Spaghetti” yarn tend to look perfect and stylish. Best of all they are easy to knit and can be finished the project fast. I found these patterns from a Russian site. The tutorials may look hard at first but if you check through the chart you’ll understand the pattern perfectly. And if you are not familiar with Russian language please translate it to English ( Google Chrome Browser does it for me 🙂 ).
HERE are the patterns for these elegant looking knitted Handbags. Be sure to check other patterns shared on this site as well. Enjoy!
Japanese crafts are unique as it gives you whole new ideas to make your next project more beautiful. Japanese people think outside the box which the rest can not even think of. So, studying through Japanese crafts will make you think like them and then you’ll be able to create a new craft which everyone will love.
Here is a nice Japanese craft which you’ll love making. The idea of making this boro bag will give you more ideas such as making an afghan using the same technique. This is the link to an Illustrated tutorial of Making Japanese Boro Bag. Enjoy!
Bias tape comes into our mind in many projects we make not just because it helps us folding our sewing projects but also it gives a whole new refreshing look into our project. Buying a bias tape suitable for your project is easy but can make your project much pricey. You can save some of those money if you instead make your own bias binding tape. It may seems intimidating at first but, if you get used to make bias tape, you’ll realize how easy it is to make bias binding tapes.
HERE is a guide to make your own Bias Binding. Enjoy!
Upcycling old cloths is one of my favorite topics because we can make our old gems usable again. Cutting them is something we hate to do but if you watch all of these ideas you won’t hesitate to cut your old jeans for good. From pot holders to, bags, studio boxes and shoes, there are more than 20 ideas to get from this list to make your old jeans work again.
Here is the link to the list of 20 Ways to Upcycle Blue Jeans.
This is an elegant looking crochet pattern which is a bit complicated however, this tutorial guides you on how to crochet this stitch step by step through illustrations. This pattern works well with 2 colours of yarn and perfect for afghans and rugs.
HERE is the link to the free crochet pattern of Double Knot Stitch. Enjoy!
Leftover fabric scraps of your projects are a headache if you don’t keep them organized or throw them away. I know I know. You don’t wanna let go of those little goodies for good. You can make something out of those tin fabric scraps but, there are times when you run out of ideas. On that times, this list will save your time and even give you some more ideas to your mind on how to use those buggy little fabric scraps. HERE is the list of 25 Ways to Use Fabric Scraps.
You won’t believe this stitch is crocheting, not knitting!
Best of all it’s easy to learn! You many have seen hats, scarves, mittens and even cardigans and ponchos that seem to be knitted — you’d never know they were made with the crochet waistcoat stitch. You’d think it was the classic stockinette stitch in knitting but it’s actually all achieved with a crochet hook.
So what’s the secret? It is the waistcoat stitch which is also known as the center single crochet stitch. It creates a beautiful texture as you can see in the photo above.
Thanks to a wonderful and free video tutorial by crochet designer and blogger Jess Coppom of Make & Do Crew you can master this stitch. If you’re a visual learner, her YouTube video tutorial will walk you through the stitch easily. Additionally, you’ll find a photo tutorial as well as some easy to follow written instructions, including some very helpful tips and pointers.
Not only will you get her fabulous tutorial but she also has some free patterns — for hats, mittens etc — that use this stitch. These patterns are all easy and beginner friendly, too!
This blanket is basically made out of bobble stitch. You can change the size of the blanket as you wish. However, you need at least worsted weight yarn to get the bobble (Polka Dot) clearly.
The pattern is shared by Daisy Farm Crafts on their blog. HERE is the pattern.
Easter is coming and so is the fun of Easter eggs. Everyone loves to decorate Easter with Easter eggs. Decorating eggs with standard dye is the most used way but there are other ways to decorate them as well. Here is a nice idea to decorate your eggs with boiled avocado skins an pits and Alcohol ink. The ink make the eggs not edible however it still gives a cute look on your celebration table. Link