Attaching Clasps to Beaded Jewelry
Bead Board - makes beading easy!
Knotting with Tweezers
Crimping & Crimp Cover Instructions
Easy Ear Wire
Knowing Your Beads
Decoupage with Mod Podge
Folding the American Flag
Melted Crayon Art
Photo Booth with Props - How to set up
Tillandsia Care (Air Plant)
Knit with Milly Video: Blocking
Knit with Milly Video: Cast On
Knit with Milly Video: Cast Off
Knit with Milly Video: Knit Stitch
Knit with Milly Video: Purl Stitch
Knit with Milly Video: Knit a Starbella Scarf
Knifty Knitter Looms
Knitting & Crochet Abbreviations
Yarn Weight System
Acrylic Paints: which one to use?
Basics of Brushes
Clay Pot Preparation
Coloring Items Using Alcohol Ink
Glitter, Sparkle, Shimmer & Shine
Painting Mediums / Products Information
Accu-Cut Die-Cut Machines
Creative Card Making
Distress Inks with Tim Holtz
Getting Started on a Scrapbook
Glossary of Stamp Terms & Techniques
Marbled Look Created with Alcohol Ink
Masking Techniques - Rubber Stamping
Scrapbooking on the Wall - Canvas Art
Taking Gift Tag Art One Step Further
Tear Paper, HOW TO
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- Use a low-melt glue gun when working with net, tulle or sheer synthetic fabric. A hot glue gun will burn you and melt the fabric.
- Avoid the frustration of threading frayed edges by folding thread in half, and pulling the smooth edge through the needle.
- Keep soap slivers in the freezer to use to mark quilts. This keeps soap hard and easier to use. It also washes out right away.
- Wind two or three bobbins of thread while you are making a project. You won't have to stop in the middle of it to wind more.
- Pre-wash fabric before you paint, sew or glue onto it to remove sizing. Sizing, which is found in most fabrics, will prevent craft materials from adhering to the surface properly.
- Save your old check boxes, they're perfect for storing thread for cross-stitch patterns.
- Store knitting needles in tubes for cross-stitch cloth.
- Wear rubber fingertips while doing needlework.
- Store pattern pieces in zip lock bags and label them clearly.
- Make your pillow corners sharp by pushing them out with the tip of a knitting needle.
- Save your cuttings of filler and batting. Cut them into smaller pieces to fill your next project.