Elastic Ring

By General Crafts Contributor Melissa, from the blog MeloMomma.

With fall approaching and school starting, there are a lot of activities going on. This project can be done during an afternoon, and will be a nice addition to your jewelry box or dress-up clothes! Also this is a great way to add some of your favorite beads or buttons into your jewelry.

What you will need:

Directions:

String the beads as desired. I love adding extra flare by adding a button!

When typing the knot make sure to use a very strong technique such as a lariat loop or a bowline.

Melting the plastic together does not work. You must just a strong tie.

Beaded Toe Ring

 

 

Copy Cat PJ Pants

By Yarn and Needlework Contributor Stephanie from the blog Twilly 23

Have an old pair of pajama pants that you can’t throw away? This tutorial will show you how to copy the pattern so you can create an updated version. An added benefit of this tutorial is that you can easily make a secret gift by borrowing the recipient’s PJ’s, copying the pattern, and then returning their pants without them knowing you’re making them a present.

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Beaded Stacking Bracelets

By General Craft Contributor Michelle

Create some colorful, and fun bracelets to accessorize your summer wardrobe.  Write you name, inspiration words, or short sayings on each bracelet–wear one bracelet at a time, or in a statement making stack.  This is a fun project for kids, and adults alike, and would make a great gift!

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Upcycled Arm Warmers

By Yarn and Needlework Contributor Stephanie from the blog Twilly 23

It may be hot now but before we know it fall will return. Make some arm warmers to wear when cooler temperatures arrive. Find an old knit long sleeved top that’s wearing out and upcycle the sleeves. This beginner sewing project is a good way to practice your new skills.

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Ear Savers

By Yarn and Needlework Contributor Stephanie from the blog Twilly 23

Wearing masks can help keep us healthy but can also wear on our tender ears. If you find yourself cringing every time you slip on a mask to go to the grocery store, make up some ear savers. This pattern crochets up fast and easily attaches to the elastic straps on your masks. After sewing a fabric mask, crochet up an ear saver strip and slip it on. With the pressure gone, your ears will thank you.

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