New crafts to learn…
“The beginning is the most important part of the work.” —Plato
All crafting projects have a beginning. It is in those initial stages where the excitement is.
Choosing the project and searching for the required materials.
Gathering everything together.
Then finally starting.
Whether it be the first stitch cast on, the threading of a needle, the folding of paper. (Whatever your chosen project requires at Step one)
May you also find the thrill in beginnings.
Here’s our crafty goodness to inspire your crafting journey.
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Editor’s Note – These crafts and images belong to their original owners. I didn’t create them, I wanted to showcase their amazing work to you, my lovely readers. Please pin the images from the owner’s site.
Silverstone Argyle Cowl Tapestry Crochet
A very interesting technique that would be worth a try if you love to challenge yourself.
1 Dog Woof steps you through the process and pattern for her tapestry crochet.
DIY Lavender Pillow Spray
Sleep better and wake refreshed to begin everyday with a well rested body, mind and soul.
Create your own Lavender spray with The Merry Thought’s tutorial.
Minimal Beaded Blanket Holder
Love this idea and it would look very stylish in any room.
Sugar and Cloth show you how to make a minimal beaded blanket holder.
DIY Felt Basket
Thinking of a nice easy project to begin? This felt basket is a cinch!
Love Create Celebrate steps you through the process.
Mini Fabric Lamps
Oooh, aren’t these delightful? What a gorgeous addition to a bead head.
Learn how to make Mini Fabric Lamps at Taylor Made Creates.
Paper Chandelier Origami Pajaki
A lovely story combined with a easy to follow tutorial at Maker Mama.
This paper chandelier looks amazing!
Cooks Pot Holders
You can always do with pot holders.
A simple to follow Cooks Pot Holder crochet pattern to begin your handmade collection, by Purl Soho.
DIY Tassel Earrings
What fun these are! Stylish too 🙂
Learn how to create your own tassel earrings by following The Stripe’s tutorial.
DIY Rainbow Stitch Markers
These look so cheery and fun.
Follow My Poppet’s tutorial on how to make Rainbow Stitch Markers.
May 2018 bring opportunities for new crafts to learn 🙂
Until next week…
Yours in Craftiness 🙂 Jodie