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How To Start An Arts and Crafts Blog

How To Start An Arts and Crafts Blog

Starting a blog in the late 90s or early 2000s almost surely required a computer science degree or proficiency in HTML. Unfortunately, this barrier-to-entry limited the internet and creation of...

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How to Teach Crafts You Know

How to Teach Crafts You Know

Teaching and showing craft can be a profitable and fulfilling way of running a business, either in its own right or as part of a craft business. However what's included and how can you make it...

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How to Make Crepe Paper Flowers

How to Make Crepe Paper Flowers

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Get started making crepe paper flowers, perfect for Mother's Day, with this easy guide from the CraftStylish gallery.

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How to Divide Anything into Equal Parts

How to Divide Anything into Equal Parts

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So often as a crafter, you need to divide an odd piece of material into an even number of pieces. This technique will allow you to divide anything into any number of equal parts using only a ruler. I...

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Quick tip for adhering fabric pieces!

Quick tip for adhering fabric pieces!

Here's a quick product reveiw and sewing tip I wanted to share with my friends at craftstylish! The best way to adhere pieces of fabric that I have found is Elmer's Spray Adhesive...

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Cropped! - How To Take Better Photographs

Cropped! - How To Take Better Photographs

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Professional photographer, Gillian Crane, shares tips and techiques for taking great photos with a digital camera. Enter to win a SeeHere.com gift certificate for a FREE hard cover photo book...

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Organize your pattern stash

Organize your pattern stash

Create your own pattern library with a digital camera.

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Looking to make a "Teaching Kids to Sew Book"--Contributors Welcome!!

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Hi, I am starting sewing classes locally in Nacogdoches, TX. I am teaching kids to sew along with adult classes. I am using Winky Cherry System and Joann Grogan's books for my classes. I am...

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Double Stitch: Its Not Your Grandmas Crochet - 3 Panel Scarf

Double Stitch: It's Not Your Grandma's Crochet - 3 Panel Scarf

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Erika & Monika (aka the "Double Stitch Twins") show you how to make a fashionable 3 panel scarf.  Add it to any look and get instant pizazz!  Watch more Double Stitch videos at...

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Cropped! - Dollar Store Page Layout

Cropped! - Dollar Store Page Layout

Melisa Sanchez shows you how $5 dollars, a trip to your local dollar store and your imagination can inspire a fun page layout.  Watch more of Cropped! at...

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How to Sew a Table Runner

How to Sew a Table Runner

Brighten up any room with this colorful table runner created by Pattye Duffner, host of Rick Rack: Thread Therapy for Sewers.  All level sewers will appreciate this simple idea for using scraps...

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Super Tips on How to Score a Great Interview

Super Tips on How to Score a Great Interview

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Here are some tips I have learned throughout my career to make your interviews sparkle.

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How to Turn Tubes into the Tube-tastic

How to Turn Tubes into the Tube-tastic

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Ever wonder how you're going to turn those tiny tubes right side out for straps or handles? Here's a trick...or two!

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How to Create a Rolled Hem

How to Create a Rolled Hem

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Nearly every area of sewing requires you to know how to create a rolled hem at some point. Here are some tricks to help you consistently sew the best rolled hem on your project.

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Tips and Tricks for Sewing with Leather

Tips and Tricks for Sewing with Leather

Leather is a beautiful, natural “fabric” that can present some tricky sewing issues. Here, I'll help you set up for success as well as teach you a few tricks to make your leather project simply perfect.

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Tips to Avoid Knitting Disasters

Tips to Avoid Knitting Disasters

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Dropped stitches, size anomalies, running out of yarn, and pattern translation blunders are some of knitter’s most dreaded disasters. They strike without warning, wreaking havoc and widespread panic. Here are some simple tips to help you out of those knitting catastrophes.

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Sewing Patterns

Sewing Patterns

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These are 5 of my patterns for Sew Bettie. I made a tutorial for each of these which is on my website and in my Etsy shop. I really love making patterns with detailed tutorials. I hope you like them!

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