I know we’re still a day shy of Thanksgiving, but I can’t help getting an early start on my Christmas decorating! This fun project uses a unique method of image transfers using chalk paint and a toner print. I share the process in today’s video, but I wanted to give you access to the images… Read More How to Use Chalk Paint to Transfer Images
As the temperature finally starts to drop, I’m dreaming of snow. Where I’m at, that usually means a light dusting of white that melts before the day is over, yet throws everyone into a panic of buying all the bread and milk that the stores stock. Fun times. Since my chances for a white Christmas… Read More Double Crochet Snowman Pattern
As I continue to rewrite the lost articles from when my blog crashed, I’m excited to share another crochet cat couch option that uses only crochet rectangles. The advantage of this method is it can be easier to customize (although there is a little bit of math involved) because the only shapes we need to… Read More 10 Rectangle Crochet Cat Couch Method
Hey, crafters! I’m working to rewrite some of the blog articles I lost, and thought the cat couch patterns would be a great place to start. In this article, I’m going to share the pattern for the crochet cat couch made from a single crocheted piece, and in another article I’ll share the pattern for… Read More Crochet Cat Couch Pattern by Crafters Autonomous
Almost a year after my blog server crashed, I’m finally setting it back up. On the downside, my backups started failing sometime in 2018, so I was only able to restore the content from 2018 and prior. On the upside, I should be able to piece together some of the missing articles from information in… Read More The Blog is Back Up!
I’m back with another Tutorial Tuesday! This week, I decided to share a new skill I’ve acquired: Tunisian Crochet Cables. I picked up Tunisian Crochet both because it easily creates complex textures and because it mimics knit. Fortunately, Tunisian crochet only requires one hook, so it’s much easier to learn than knitting (imo anyways 😉).… Read More Filming Tunisian Crochet Cables Tutorial: Behind the Scenes
I’m not typically a trendy person. Not because I think I’m “too good” for mainstream; and not because I always dislike the ideas either. But for whatever reason, I usually don’t jump on the bandwagon when something new comes out. Except this time, I’m going to be trendy. 😉 Introducing a no-sew no-fuss crochet goldfish!… Read More Free Pattern: No-Sew No-Fuss Fish!
Balloon arches are super cool. Who doesn’t wish they could have their very own? Okay, so maybe you don’t wish you had a personal balloon arch. But maybe you’ve thought it would be neat to have a balloon arch for an activity you are planning, like a birthday party, prom, or VBS. This year, my… Read More Epic Balloon Arch That’s Actually DIY-able!
In my last blog post, I shared some projects I hoped to accomplish in the upcoming weeks. Since I was finishing up exams, I didn’t make much progress at first on these projects. Fortunately, I’m done with exams and on summer break! With the extra time, I’ve been able to do more crafting. I’ve crocheted… Read More Jewelry Dresser DIY
Hey peeps! I know I haven’t blogged in a while, but the school year is about to wrap up. So, hopefully that means more videos and blog posts! Anyways, yesterday was April 22. Most people think of it as just Earth Day, and the day seemed to just creep up on me. However, this day… Read More What’s So Special About April 22?