Easy Textured Crochet Rug I’ve been sharing some DIY crochet rugs but today we’ll be making a textured crochet rug. It’s really beautiful, I just had to share it with you all. If your skill level at crocheting is intermediate, then you are ready for this craft! Materials needed: Hook(s) size: 6mm Yarn weight: Worsted Preferred type of yarn: Acrylic/wool blend Suggested yarn: Plymouth Encore Colorspun – Natural (7596) Yarn Yardage: 1060 yds Tools – Scissors, tapestry needle, 4” piece of cardboard
DIY Paper Heart Box I love gift bags and boxes, they just make gifts look really beautiful. Friends, we’ll be making a paper heart gift box today. It’s really easy to make and is perfect for candies and little goodies. You can also use them to store jewelry and much more. Materials needed: 2 sheets of paper & print the free template scissors or knife ruler and scoring tool (optional) glue
Easy Crochet Kitchen Towel Can you ever have too many kitchen towels? I guess not, haha! Today, we’ll be making a super easy crochet kitchen towel. Crochet towels are soft and last long. They are also one of my best-selling products . So you can’t really go wrong with them. Materials needed: US size I/9, 5.5 mm crochet hook Yarn Large Eye Yarn Needle
Easy To Make Grocery Sack Holder Do you have lots of grocery bags all over the house? Or maybe you have that drawer full of grocery bags? Haha! Aren’t we all guilty of that? Well, today I’ll be sharing a DIY grocery sack holder to help you organize grocery bags. Materials needed: Cotton Fabric (Contrasting prints optional) Coordinating Thread 1/4 inch elastic, 8-10 inches in length Fabric Scissors Sewing Machine
DIY Origami Envelope Do you have an upcoming party? Are you making invitations? Well, there is a cool way to go about that! You can make origami envelopes in less than twenty minutes! I have an upcoming birthday party and I’ll be making origami envelopes for my guests. Materials needed: 12 x 12-inch Designer Paper or any other decorative paper you have on hand. Scissors or paper trimmer if your paper isn’t square.
DIY Macrame Mermaid Tail Keychain Do you love mermaids? Well, it’s time to make some mermaid tail keychains. They are super easy to make! Last week, I made about five in different colors for my friends. They all loved it. Let’s begin! Materials needed: 3mm single strand macrame cord in the following lengths 3 pieces @ 48″ long (main cords) 1 piece @ 20″ long (wrapping knot cord) Keychain clasp Brush (for fringe) Macrame Board or Corkboard T-Pins Sharp Scissors
Easy Crochet Drawstring Bag Are you looking for a perfect gift for your loved ones? Well, I can tell you that drawstring bags are perfect! Drawstring bags are super easy and fast to make. They can also be carried in many ways. How cool is that? Materials needed: #4 Medium weight yarn Crochet hook size 5mm Scissors Stitch marker Yarn needle Pom pom maker
DIY Phone and Tablet Stand Friends, today we’ll be making a phone and tablet stand. Phone and tablet stands make it more comfortable watching movies, reading and much more. You can also make stands and sell or gift them out. Materials needed: A little piece of fabric 16 by 12” Matching thread A bag of rice or dry beans A little strip of matching ribbon, about 3 inch long (or an extra strip of fabric to make the loop yourself) Soft filling (I used filling from a pillow) One-sided firm fusible interfacing, a little stri...
DIY Headache Eye Pillow Are you suffering from headaches or migraines? Your eyes are aching? We can all agree that cold compresses help us feel relieved. Today, we’ll be making an eye pillow that helps relieve headaches and is comfortable to use. Materials needed: Coordinating Cuddle Fabrics Solarize Interfacing Poly Pellets Free Pattern “Weighted Headache Eye Pillow” Hook & Loop Tap Sewing Machine/Supplies
DIY Crochet Heart You can make crochet hearts in different sizes. They can be used as pillows, decoration, key holders, toys and much more. Today, I’ll be sharing how to make crochet hearts with you all. Let’s go! Materials needed: yarn (it can be any yarn you like) hook (suitable size for your chosen yarn) stuffing (fiberfill, etc.) scissors, needle for stitching parts.
DIY Paper Towel Holder Paper Towel holders are essential in every kitchen. Good quality ones can be a bit pricey sometimes, so why not make them yourself? This DIY is easy to make but might require some physical strength! Are you ready? Materials needed: a piece of wood (we got this birch in the precut section of the hardware store) copper pipe copper cap industrial strength glue drill spade bit (we used 7/8″) miter box hacksaw wood conditioner (optional)
Easy Cornered Tablecloth It can be frustrating when loose tablecloths don’t always stay on the table. As a family a lot happens at the table. For example, kids use crayons, we eat and much more. Cornered tablecloths are the most practical as they don’t move. Materials needed: Sewing machine Scissors Thread Straight pins Table (you’ll need the table you’ll be covering to be handy for measuring) Material – a waterproof material works best for small children. For length of fabric, it will depend on your table. I recomme...
DIY Crochet Strawberry Oh, these crochet strawberries look so yummy. Yum yum! It’s summer and strawberries are in season. Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits. Crochet strawberries are cool on clothes and can be used as decoration. Materials needed: – 2.5-mm (12 UK) Hook – Sport Weight Yarn – Tapestry Needle – White Embroidery Floss – Embroidery Needle
Easy To Make Travel Pillow It’s summer, most of us are on holidays. More holidays equals more traveling and that can mean more discomfort. Traveling by road or air can be long sometimes and uncomfortable. Travel pillows help make the journey more comfortable though. Materials needed: fabric – 1/2 yard cotton fabric (or 2 x 1/4 yard if you are using two fabrics) stuffing – polyester stuffing works best matching thread scissors pins or clips sewing machine
DIY Patchwork Shower Curtain Shower curtains can change the overall outlook of your bathroom. Patchwork shower curtains even bring in more color and patterns into the bathroom. Are you ready to make a shower curtain? Let’s begin! Materials needed: 20 or 25 fat quarters of fabric (I used 25) 12 extra large eyelets