Most friendships come and go, but the truest ones that stay and bloom deserve something special to honor the bond. While going to Claire's with your girlfriend to purchase a "Best Friends 4 Ever" heart necklace - broken in half, of course, so each of you has half - is a nice w ...more
Searching for a Valentine's Day gift? Great. That means you have someone to share V-Day with this coming Monday. And you want to get the best gift to show your love. But c'mon—no matter what you get, it's probably enough to woo your lover over, even if it's as simple as a batt ...more
Take three strips of cloth, ribbons, lanyards or embroidery floss, and use the following tutorial to make a lovely three colored friendship bracelet. You can turn this into a necklace, or bend it into a loop to make a keychain.
How to Make a Cross Friendship Bracelets (Criss Cross or Diamond Pattern). Beginner DIY Tutorial. For this bracelet you need 8 strings, 2 of each color (about 39 inches - 100cm). Eight Stranded Embroidery Floss. Video: .
This video is basically about how to make felted flowers with Craftside. For making felted flower things we will need are assorted felt, assorted rhinestones (any size), embroidery floss (any color), a needle, some tacky glue and a pair of scissors. First of all cut out the sh ...more
Learn how to make books! It's easy to construct your own books to use as journals, scrapbooks, notebooks, or sketch books. This is a five stitch method of bookbinding. You will need two pieces of cardboard, writing paper, and old calendar, embroidery floss, a ruler, scissors, ...more
Learn another way how to make a friendship bracelet with hearts. Great gift for Valentine's Day! You need: 8 strands of embroidery floss, 40 inches long.. Video: .
This video shows you how to turn a 5" crochet headband into a beanie hat. #1 Gather your supplies-embroidery floss, 5 1/2" crochet headband, needle and scissors. #2 Start by turning the headband inside out. #3 Tie a knot with the embroidery thread on the top loop next to the s ...more
Don't throw out your holey socks! You can use a technique called darning to repair them. You don't even need yarn - you can use embroidery floss or another sturdy thread to create the darn and extend the life of your socks.
Jennifer Murphy shares her technique for making pom-pom bunnies. Materials needed are yarn, waxed thread scissors, feltfelt glue (such as Beacon's), hemostat, tiny black beads, pink embroidery floss, needle, heavy thread, chenille stem, paper cupcake liners pinking sheers, rib ...more