Yarn Card

How To : Craft adorable yarn cards with Martha Stewart

Whoever said that pretty has to be complicated hasn't taken a glimpse at these adorable cards decorated with glued-on yarn motifs. A simple craft for kids and adults, yarn art creates homespun cards that evoke a whimsical, old world charm. Learn how to make yarn cards by watc ...more

Inventables : A Store for Superheroes & Hackers

Founded by Zach Kaplan, a "serial entrepreneur" with a B.S. in mechanical engineering, Inventables is a futuristic online hardware store based out of Chicago. The company sells innovative materials at much smaller quantities than typically available—largely to artists, invento ...more

How To : Hand spin wool using the woolen long draw

Long ago, wool yarns were described as "worsted", or "woolen", or something in-between. A true "worsted" yarn is spun from combed fiber, which is dense and fairly smooth. A true "woolen" yarn, on the other hand, is open, airy, fuzzy, and warm. Its fibers comfortably tangle and ...more

How To : Make a knitted post card

Nguyen Le, aka Knitknit teaches how to make knitted post cards. If you are teaching yourself how to knit, you will love this video. This is also a great way to use your knitted test swatches to make a special something to send to someone! You will need two colors of yarn, a ho ...more

How To : Weave with paper index cards with Make Magazine

Learn how to weave with Travis Meinolf who's featured on the cover of CRAFT: 08, the Weaving issue. He explains how to make weaving loom out of 3 X 5" notecards, yarn and a pencil. After assembling the basic structure of the loom, create tension in the loom by attaching one en ...more

How To : Make an easy paper flower with cut paper

In this video you can learn how make an easy paper flower. Cut the card stock into strips of paper that are either 1/8 inch, 3/8 inch or 1/2 inch wide. The width doesn't really matter, but all the strips must be the same size. Use scissors to cut slits 3/4 of the way through t ...more

How To : Make a levitating card

To levitate a playing card you will need an ordinary playing card, scotch or clear tape, a pair of scissors, white paper and some string or yarn. First, measure the yarn by holding it up to your ear and cut the yarn at the desired level. Then, place the yarn to the white paper ...more

Next Page
Prev Page
  • Hot
  • Latest