Start the New Year off with a fresh look for your couch or bed with this bolster pillow. Sometimes all you need is one design...in three sizes! Here's how to mix three fabrics together with a single design that's been converted into small, medium, and larger.
JenniferStern, contributor | December 20th, 20087 comments
Organize your wrenches, chisels, paintbrushes, or whatever you're into with these quick tool rolls. Whether you make the luxe version out of leather or the durable standby out of denim, your tools will be organized and ready to go when you need them!
_nikki_, contributor | December 12th, 20083 comments
Here's a very personal handmade something special for your guy that he can carry with him wherever he goes. This project will show you how to hoop and embroider on a handkerchief without distorting it.
erika_kern, contributor | November 12th, 20085 comments
One of my favorite things about the holidays is the music. I have tons of it and love to share it with my friends. Here's an easy and clever way to package all your merry music for all your festive friends.
JenniferStern, contributor | November 8th, 20086 comments
Belts are an essential to any wardrobe, and this one is a treat to behold, crafted in rich leather and hand-dyed silk ribbon! It's perfect for gift giving or to add a designer touch to your holiday wardrobe.
JenniferStern, contributor | November 1st, 20085 comments
Here's an easy way to add some elegance to your next dinner party this holiday season. Choose embroidery thread that either coordinates or contrasts with your napkins and stitch these fancy napkin rings with little effort!
erika_kern, contributor | October 29th, 200810 comments
Last week I showed you how to make your family portraits into embroidery patterns. This week I'll show you how with a little fabric paint, embroidery floss, and imagination you can turn those patterns into lovely works of art.
JenniferStern, contributor | October 25th, 20085 comments
Personalize a soft baseball cap (without a stiff front panel) using this simple technique. Whether you want to make a statement while participating in a walk for the cure or while you're at the grocery store, it's easy to machine-embroider your message on a soft-sided baseball cap. If you have a favorite sports team, you can proclaim your "No. 1 Fan" status, too!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it's full of active events to raise money for the cure. The weather is also cooler—this little tote will keep your hands from getting cold holding your water bottle!