Ah, Friday! I’m enjoying this little Friday image-and-link-sharing tradition. We can call it a tradition now that we’ve done it eight times, can’t we? I think so.
1. Untitled, 2. home, 3. folk art coin purse, 4. DSC_0026, 5. Crocheted and felted tiny heart., 6. Slowly coming along, 7. Untitled, 8. Mini vintage threads, to give the #snowdrop hairclips a freshen up for 2013 px, 9. Love remains – Pixelated heart – Quilt top finished
Around the Web
- Interested in starting a craft club? Tammy Powley shares some tips via Fresh Stitches
- If you like to doodle, why not do it on shrink plastic? Wise Craft shares her cool doodle jewelry.
- Want to give money, but feel like cash is boring? Try this fun and simple craft from Lovezilla.
- Doctor Who fans might enjoy this TARDIS purse made by krukrustudio. via GeekCrafts
- I am loving these colorful polymer bugs by Jana Lehmann via @cynthiatinapple
- Enjoy your Instagram images at home with this magnet project from This Heart of Mine
Knitting and Crocheting
- I really love the new Stovetop hat pattern from Tin Can Knits
- These fingerless gloves from The Purl Bee have such an unusual construction. Clever, and attractive.
- I love these clever Rock, Paper, Scissors fingerless gloves from Wattsolak
- For those of you looking to expand your button options, WEBS has a few nifty tips.
- This tip from WEBS regarding circular needles is the most useful thing I’ve read all year.
- I think Kim Werker may just be a genius for this idea: crochet the bobbles in your knitting pattern!
- This Gypsying Afghan by Sew I See! is beautiful, and a real stash-buster, too.
- Make your own super chunky yarn from crushed velvet.
- Got an ugly dress shirt? Upcycle it into a trendy infinity scarf like Live Renewed did. via Simple Homemade
- I wish I could make quilts like this new Snow Oyster Quilt from House on Hill Road
- Dress up everyday prints and cards for display: embroider them! by Melissa Camara Wilkins via Simple Homemade
- Mario pipe cases by Wild Olive for the Nintendo lover
Happy weekending! See you back here on Monday – I’ll show you how to make half hexagons. Wheeeeeee!