traditional sashiko stitch "kome zashi" or rice stitches. Simple and sweet.
Shrunk your favorite sweater in the wash? No worries. turn it into a pair of cozy slippers!
Rebecca Mezoff, Tapestry Artist: Kaneko: The tapestry of ATB10; Sarah Warren, October Rain
weaving with lavender.
Learn how to weave a branch. Yes, it's a thing! Branch weaving is THE new craft to learn (for adults and kids). We offer detailed instructions with photographs. No previous experience needed!
How to make Slippers: Upcycling has quickly become on our favorites things to do! Transform an old sweater or sweatshirt into these lovely, cozy slippers for around the house...looks easy enough!
Dandelion embroidery designs
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Waffle weave on a rigid-heddle loom? Yes, you can! by Kati Reeder Meek - one of 4 Free Table Runner Patterns
easy way to tie two pieces of fabric together without the obnoxious knot. two slits is all you need...