It is the little things that make life big, sometimes we need to celebrate this more.
Yes it can be frustrating when a craft project is just waiting to get finished!
However, even a little progress is one step closer to completion.
Our inspiration this week is focusing on craft that makes our lives big 🙂
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Editor’s Note – All of these crafts and images belong to their original owners. I didn’t create them, I just wanted to help showcase their amazing work to you, my lovely readers. And also please pin the images from the owner’s site.
Waistcoat Crochet Basket
Using chunky yarn and the waistcoat crochet stitch you too can create this gorgeous basket by Stephanie at All About Ami.
What You Can Make With A Single Skein Of Sock Yarn
There are some fabulous ideas/patterns for what you can do with a single skein of sock yarn in this article.
By Nadja at Sheep Among Wolves.
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No Sew Tee Pee Pattern
My kids loved making their own cubby from chairs, sheets and blankets.
This would be a delightful place to play.
Check out Shellie Wilson’s tutorial at Craft Gossip.
The Love Shrug
The stitch design in this shrug is lovely.
Marni has video to instruct show you how to knit a heart motif.
The Love Shrug knitting pattern looks so sweet and cosy.
Make An Ort Jar and Scissor Caddy
I am always learning new things on my crafting journey.
I wonder if you already knew what an ort is?
You can find out more about orts and how to store them in this lovely tutorial by Stitched Modern.
Homemade Hand Towel
I received one of these from my mother in law for Christmas.
I have to admit they are fantastic because they stay attached to the one spot.
Knitting With Stitch Markers
This is an excellent guide to learning about the use of stitch markers when you are knitting.
Reading this brought a tear to my eye, as I reflected on the handmade items I created for my own babies.
Kaleidoscope Hand Embroidery
This is a design to aspire to if you love hand embroidery.
Faux Chenille Blanket Sewing Tutorial
This blanket has two very different and gorgeous sides, both soft and cuddly.
Editor’s note: Our readers have said, in their free time, they love going back over previous editions of our roundups.
– So we’ve kept the crafty goodness below from this time last year.
History of Knitting ~ And Who Invented Knitting?
Ever wondered who invented knitting or wanted to explore the history of knitting?
Hard to believe that knitting guilds only accepted men!!
Take a look at this article to see knitting history through the ages.
Design Mom Dessert For Two: Mini Cherry Crisps
I absolutely adore cherries and this dessert looks amazing!
Lindsey the recipe creator, shares the difference between cobbler, crumble and crisp which is helpful.
Take a look at the gorgeous pictures stepping through the recipe, so mouth watering.
DIY Playful Hair Ties
This looks like such fun and a craft project to get kids involved in 🙂
Colorful, fun hair ties made from old magazines, colored paper and scrap paper.
Take a look at Handmade Charlotte’s Tutorial
Quilting | Sewing a Polka Dot Table Runner
Such a fun and simple way to use up bits of colorful fabric in IHanna’s Polka Dot Table Runner.
The tutorial is easy to follow and would not take long to do 🙂
Star Wars Cross Stitch Ideas
Stitching the Night Away has a great roundup of Star Wars Cross Stitch ideas.
If you love to sew these are a very easy way to store business cards.
Keeps the cards from getting damaged in your bag.
Take a look at Fallen Hem’s Tutorial.
Hope this post reminded you of how it is the little things, that make life big ?
Please make sure to let me know any projects you have on the go, via the comment section below.
Yours in Craftiness Jodie 🙂