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to-Make Christmas Holiday Crafts

Brighten your holiday home with these clever handmade Christmas decorations. From bright ornaments and creative wreaths to cozy pillows and festive garlands, we have tons of holiday crafts that you'll love to help make your home holiday-ready.

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Fun-to-Make Christmas Holiday Crafts - Brighten your holiday home with these clever handmade Christmas decorations. From bright ornaments and creative wreaths to cozy pillows and festive garlands, we have tons of projects that you'll love to help make your home holiday-ready.

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  • Melody Veylupek

    I like this idea!.....I decorated the christmas at my home. It looks so cozy with all woods furnitures and floors!...:)

  • Denise Dolan

    I love this. So wintery. :-)

Definitely trying this. Can we say clearance section at the craft store?! There's always sad, lonely balls of yarn there.

How cute, inexpensive snowflakes and pinecones with pretty ribbon = Pretty Christmas decor!!

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Soften scratchy yarn. To do with my Red Heart yarn. Hope this works for real!

  • Nancy Morris Chambers

    Yes they sure are softer once the item is made.

  • Joëlle Mottart

    this may be a stupid question, but does one use detergent?

  • Dee Silbaugh

    Do yourself a favor and buy soft yarn to begin with. I tried this with some Red Heart yarn that was gifted to me and I had a hard time getting the inside of the skein dry. Red Heart Super Saver is notorious for being course and stiff. Any yarn that has to be washed before using is not worth it.

  • Donna Casey

    Why not just wash it after you've made the piece when it won't tangle?

  • Kathy Perow

    There are times when 1) you want to use up yarn you have been given; 2) you want to crochet but can't afford to buy "soft" yarn; 3) the yarn is much more pleasant to work with when softened.

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