The Best Darn Good Yarn Chiffon Ribbon Yarn Projects
Our Favorite Chiffon Ribbon Yarn Projects Have you ever worked with chiffon ribbon yarn? Most casual textile artists are familiar with yarns made of wool, cotton, and even silk, but ribbon yarn is unique—and uniquely beautiful! Once you try out this versatile yarn, you will be “hooked”. Made from reclaimed saris and other lightweight items, the yarn is wispy, soft, lightweight, recycled, and ready to be put to use in all kinds of different projects. If you’re in the market for a yarn that…
Darn Good Yarn's Halloween Crafts For Kids
Mid-October has arrived, and people are decorating for Halloween everywhere you look. If you're a mother or a teacher, your kids or students are most likely getting in on the fun as their excitement for free candy grows with the approaching holiday. Like all holidays and celebrations, Halloween is a great time to encourage your children to be creative with themed crafts! We're here to help you out with this portion of your October festivities. Here are Darn Good Yarn's Halloween crafts for…
37 Easy Halloween Crafts Ideas for the Most Boo-Tiful Home Ever
Our easy Halloween crafts will help create a spooky look for your home—inside and out. You'll find plenty of creative crafts ideas for a fun Halloween. With spooky ghosts, smiling pumpkins, and a few other eerie friends, our Halloween crafts will help you set the scene for a frightful evening.
Yarn Wrapped Mummy Craft
This yarn wrapped mummy craft is perfect for little ones to work on strengthening those fine motor muscles in their fingers and hands and it is also makes an
Spider Web Craft for Kids for Halloween Using Yarn
Here’s a fun and easy Halloween craft for kids that encourages fine motor skills practice and turns out really cute- spider webs made with popsicle sticks and yarn! These are super simple to create and make great Halloween decorations for the home or classroom. Follow our Halloween for Kids Pinterest board! We used common craft supplies …
Darn Good Yarn’s Great Yarn Pumpkin: How to Make Your Own!
BEFORE YOU GET STARTED The Great Yarn Pumpkin is said to appear for a only a few weeks each year. When the leaves change colors and days get shorter, the Great Yarn Pumpkin is near. If you haven't seen or heard of the Great Yarn Pumpkin, there's no need to fear! The simple steps to make your own are right here:(DGY's Great Yarn Pumpkin is a super easy and clean alternative to pumpkin carving, perfect for kids and crafters of all ages! Plus, the integrity of the pumpkin is preserved, which…
5 Reasons Why Making Your Own Halloween Costume is Better Than Buying It
Thinking about using your knitting or crocheting skills to create your own Halloween costume this year? You definitely should, and here are 5 reasons why!
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You may have made yarn dolls before, or remember having them made for you as a child. It’s something that I’ve pulled out of my memory vault of crafts I’ve made as a kid, but when I researched how to make them AFTER I made my own I realised that traditionally the heads are made using a different technique to what I have done here, but no matter, this way worked for
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Add a festive touch to your home décor by crafting a few of these adorable DIY yarn balls. It's a fun yarn craft that everyone (even kids) can get involved with and is perfect for using up old or leftover yarn.
T-Shirt Yarn DIY Projects - The Cottage Market
Have you tried making T-Shirt Yarn yet? If you haven't I think you will want to after you see this collection of T-Shir Yarn DIY Projects! Tons of FUN!!!!
Finished the supposed vessel - it somehow turned into a suspended art textile piece! Crochet and hand dyed yarn. Blogged about here: la-belle-helene-journal.blogspot.com/2010/10/sun-and-shad...
How to make a Yarn Teepee (Tipi) — annie spratt
This week we made this fun Yarn Teepee, or Tipi if you prefer. It's very much still a work in progress with the children and I adding yarn to it when we get a spare half hour. At the moment it resembles a multicoloured spider's web but with more wool it could become more of a serious shade giver. Th