Vicki Andrews knows how precious old clothes and fabrics can be. She transforms old items with treasured memories into pieces that can match the beauty within these memories. If you’ve got an old piece that no longer holds a purpose, but you can’t bear to give up, head to Vicki’s Memory Bears and let Vicki give your item a new life.
By Guest Blogger Dea from the blog Lo Hice Yo
Dea shares gorgeous craft tutorials and free patterns on Lo Hice Yo. With cute felt projects, sewing patterns, and plenty of other DIY ideas, you’ll be sure to find inspiration on her blog.
I love whales, though I have never seen one in my life. I love reading, too. Thus, why not combine both whales and reading together and create a whale bookmark? I am using felt fabric for my whale because felt is easy to work with. Now don’t worry about the templates because here you will make your own felt templates.
I’m so excited to see tons of fox crafts all over the internet. Maybe having one of these foxy crafts in my home will keep me from wanting one as a pet. Seriously, I’ve looked in to it, and it’s totally legal to have a pet fox in the state of Oregon.
This adorable no-sew project would look so cute in a nursery. Just looking at it makes me feel super cozy.
By Yarn and Needlework Contributor Stephanie from the blog Twilight Kallisti
The holidays are here. Need a quick handmade gift? I had a last minute gift to make and managed to crank this purse out over a weekend. If you need a quick project and have little time make this last minute gift. I wrote this pattern as simply as possible to help save you time. Plus it’s completely adjustable. Want a bigger or smaller purse? Just adjust the square and strap to your desired size.