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When was the last time you really had fun doing something outside? It isn't always easy to know where to start, but when you have other friends who are really into their hobbies, things can become a lot easier. I started focusing heavily on getting involved in different hobbies, and before I knew it, I was trying things that I had never had the pleasure of trying before. It was really cool to see how many new things I was able to learn, and within a few months, I felt like a brand new person. Check out this blog to learn how to start a new hobby.

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Spring Into A New Season With Fast And Easy Household Painting Projects
10 March 2022

With the arrival of spring right around the corner

2 Things To Look For When Buying A Used Loom
13 January 2021

Weaving can be an enjoyable hobby and one that can

Do You Teach Sewing Classes? 4 Benefits Of Having A Thimble Cage
9 July 2020

Teaching sewing classes gives you the opportunity

A Stitch In Time Saves...The Bride? 3 Ways To Incorporate Embroidery In Your Wedding
5 December 2017

It's always nice when you can show off a crafty sk

Six Handmade & Homespun Ideas for Holiday Gift-Giving
29 November 2017

Give a gift this holiday season that will become a

Spring Into A New Season With Fast And Easy Household Painting Projects

With the arrival of spring right around the corner, you may be thinking about fresh starts and new beginnings. Picking up a few cans of paint at your local paint store will help you get your home ready for the new season before it arrives. There is no limit to the number of projects you can do with a little bit of paint, both indoors and out, to prepare your home for the spring season. Read More 

2 Things To Look For When Buying A Used Loom

Weaving can be an enjoyable hobby and one that can be very productive as well. If you like to weave, you may want to have your own floor loom so that you can weave whatever you want and whenever you want. The problem is that buying a floor loom can be a costly proposition. Depending on the size and the maker, you can spend thousands of dollars on a new one. Read More 

Do You Teach Sewing Classes? 4 Benefits Of Having A Thimble Cage

Teaching sewing classes gives you the opportunity to pass down your knowledge and skills to others. There is also something wonderful about being able to engage in your favorite hobby while earning an income as well. By the time that you've reached the level of being able to teach sewing classes, you have also likely accumulated many gadgets and accessories to go with your machine. Now, it is time to take your sewing stash one step further by giving yourself a little gift. Read More 

A Stitch In Time Saves…The Bride? 3 Ways To Incorporate Embroidery In Your Wedding

It's always nice when you can show off a crafty skill that you spent countless hours learning and perfecting, and embroidery, with its numerous patterns, stitches, and endless designs, is no exception to this rule. The best part about embroidery is how beautiful it can make whatever it adorns—which makes embroidery a perfect design motif for your upcoming wedding. But how do you know where you can incorporate it so that your hard work is set off to the best advantage? Read More 

Six Handmade & Homespun Ideas for Holiday Gift-Giving

Give a gift this holiday season that will become a cherished keepsake to the recipient. Even if you are not crafty, you can create and give something special using a few basic supplies and utilitarian items. Visit a store or site to find the crafting goods needed to pull-off these simple but sentimental projects. Six handmade and homespun ideas for holiday gift-giving are: Custom embroidery. Consider embroidering something like a towel, pillowcase, or tee shirt that you have already purchased or that you have on-hand. Read More