The official word has come from the CDC: when going out in public wearing a face mask is recommended for everyone. If you or someone you know does not sew or if you simply need a super fast (5 minutes) alternative, this easy, no-sew project is for you.
This style of bag, one that slips onto a standard belt, has been showing up everywhere, including one we spotted at Nordstrom by Stella McCartney for a mere…
A little wicked glamour and a wicked little spider come together to make a spellbinding Halloween mask. It’s what the most beguiling witches are wearing this season; combining…
One of my favorite characters in the Warner Bros.® series of cartoons was Witch Hazel, who debuted in the 1954 short, “Bewitched Bunny.” Disney® had previously created a…
Look for an open space to create a calming, socially distant environment to practice your daily yoga and meditation. When you don’t need a full bag, this gorgeous strap wrap lets you sling a mat over your shoulder and go.
We have instructions for a full length wrap for women and a waist wrap for men. Both are bound with eye-catching quilting cotton to add an extra punch of color. Make one for yourself or as a snuggly gift. Drying off just got a lot more stylish.
Got a minute? Make a belt! These fashion-in-a-flash cuties go from start to finish in less than 30 minutes. It’s an excellent excuse to use those decorative stitches hiding on your sewing machine. We recommend a dense stitch pattern in a wide width.
It’s nudging towards warmer weather (except on the US East Coast… snow?!?). But sunny skies in most areas mean it’s time to show a little leg! Try our flirty little fast and easy skirt in soft double gauze with an elastic waist.
These simple ribbon necklaces are a striking accent that can be dressed up or down. We show you five no-sew solutions that combine beautiful ribbon and some standard jewelry findings. They’re a fun activity for kids and teens.
Learn contortion pleating, which involves twisting the gauze into a bound bundle then drying it in a conventional dryer or a microwave prior to final air drying. Learn to crinkle, then learn to make this gorgeous tasseled scarf.
It’s a utilitarian, get-down-to-business style that works well for women, men, even kids. You’ll love the tough riveted canvas, zippered pocket, and a cool slide buckle belt that cinches in place at waist or hip level.
Elastic shirring creates a wonderful stretchy texture. It occupies the space between the simplicity of gathering and the intricacy of hand-smocking. We cover the technique itself as well as several project ideas.
Wrap up in a bit of summertime softness with our beautiful, diaphanous scarf. Start with a voile, batiste or similar, add a perfectly centered finished seam, then create a line of tiny, twisted floss cords along both ends.
You’ve seen these kinds of headbands everywhere. One is accordion-pleated so you can adjust the pleats to wear it wide or narrow; the other is a turban style with a classic front knot. Bad hair day be gone!
Made of soft knit as a simple tube, it’s a 4-in-1 solution that comes in super handy these days: pull up over nose and mouth to protect, stretch over head as a hair cover, scrunch down into a headband, keep around neck for warmth.