This was is such a joy to make! The pattern was simple and easy to understand, and has a lot of wiggle room to make it your own.
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This top is pretty darn cute, and great for a Summer afternoon hanging out at home. The pattern is very in-depth on measurements, and describes how to get the best custom size possible.
This week’s 5 Summer DIY finds include how to make a chicken wire cloche, how to make an adventure card, how to whitewash a dresser, how to make a keepsake case for wedding items and how to decorate with a nautical wreath.
Cabled pillows are an everlasting trend, and I’ll proudly be here for it forever! It’s a timeless look that goes with any decor. You can have them in beautiful bright shades to add a pop of flair to your living room, or make a coordinating set in muted neutrals to match your bedroom! I love it for so many reasons.
This week’s 5 Spring DIY features include how to paint a tulip, how to crochet a wreath, how to make terracotta coasters, how to decorate with milk glass and how to make body balm.
Summer is approaching, which means it’s time to stash-bust our cotton yarn! This pattern was fun, simple, interesting, and a joy from start to finish. I recommend it wholeheartedly and you should go check it out right away!
This week’s Spring DIY features include how to upcycle boho glass containers, how to upcycle a sweater, how to decorate for Spring, how to crochet a floral necklace, and how to make a garden tool holder.
Headbands are wonderful in the spring or fall, when you want a little bit of coverage against the wind but don’t want to get too warm. I still enjoy wearing a cute beanie all day, don’t get me wrong, but in these awkward in-between seasons I’m more likely to reach for a headband while I’m running out the door! I’ve rounded up 40 of my favorite free crochet headband patterns!
This week’s features include how to paint a buttercream, how to make a flamingo card, what to do with leftover yarn, how to paint Easter eggs and how to decor a coffee bar for Spring.
This pattern is so fun, simple, and easy. The ribbing takes the bulk of the time, and then suddenly you just do a few rows of basic shaping and it’s done, you have a new accessory ready to go! The texture lends itself to both solid and variegated yarns beautifully, and lets you choose if you want a neutral to go with everything or a bright rainbow to add some pop to your outfit!