Inspired by all things mystical, this fiber artist creates bold, hand-dyed yarns with names like “Troll King” and “Forest Dancer.”
Discover this bite-size take on a colorful (and irresistible) treat.
Create a rope bracelet worthy of the high seas.
Childhood handcrafts and Japanese embroidery inspire this modern textile artist’s digital patterns.
With printable temporary tattoo paper, creating your own tattoo designs couldn’t be easier.
Pay tribute to your favorite people, places and things with these clever buy-or-DIY pennant ideas.
For this London designer, everything from her digital pattern downloads to her high-end furniture maps back to one big idea: crafting a home.
Add dimension to your space with creative buy-or-DIY wall hanging ideas.
You don’t have to be an alchemist (or even a chemist) to create your own pretty crystals — and turn them into an undeniably precious present.
Help your dogs keep their cool with a tasty pup pop recipe from Heather Baird of Sprinkebakes.
Meet an Australian fiber artist with a self-diagnosed case of “weaver fever.”
This fiber artist found her calling after listening to her gut and moving off the grid.
Build a magical (and fully edible) hideaway using pantry essentials — and a dash of creativity.
Get creative with this front-door DIY by author and crafter Amanda Kingloff.
Use embroidery floss and rope to create a stunning DIY vase.
This unexpected technique lets you create unique patterned textiles using shapes found in nature.
Decorate your nursery with a DIY diorama inspired by Matisse’s cutouts.
Comedian Nick Offerman talks woodworking, Home Ec, and blueberry pie (and gives us a sneak peek of his new book, “Good Clean Fun”).
Tired of the usual baby shower games? Entertain your guests with this adorable (and actually useful!) craft project.
Two stress-busting activities (baking and coloring) come together in a cookie unlike any other.
Raised in a family of house painters, Lue never expected to follow in her dad’s footsteps; fans of her homemade chalk paints are surely glad she did.