By: Kate Web | May 15, 2012 Needlecraft is back in fashion these days, with many people taking this up as a new hobby. There are lots of simple and pretty patterns and designs to follow that will result in a lovely needlecraft picture that you can treasure.
By: LWH | Mar 28, 2012 If you are still learning how to sew and want to invest in a sewing machine, there are a few factors you should consider before you make a purchase. Find out a few things you should look into when buying a sewing machine in this article.
By: Claire | Mar 21, 2012 Knitting has long been a favourite past-time for people of all ages, but every now and again it is nice to mix things up a little or try something new! By experimenting with different colour knitting yarn, you may find yourself a new favourite colour and come up with something you would never have otherwise tried.
By: Claire | Mar 20, 2012 Now that Spring is officially here, it is time to get thinking about those spring and Easter inspired knitting projects! When you have a hobby, there is nothing nicer than keeping your work in season so that you have something to work towards and don't go over the deadline!
By: Carl Liver | Mar 8, 2012 Having a creative hobby such as quilting, cross stitch or tapestry can be highly rewarding, but over time it can prove to be back breaking work. The process of creating an image or design takes a great many hours and the work requires a keen eye and persistent attention to detail. However problems can arise after long periods doing needlework as one can become so absorbed in their creation that th
By: essie1804 | Mar 7, 2012 Most of us have seen someone, knitting and producing fabrics having beautiful designs and patterns. However, among us, there are only some people who want to learn this technique but have a feeling that it's a very difficult process. Though it's a difficult process for the beginner if they directly try to make fabrics with complicated patterns but there are some valuable tips of knitting for beginner which can definitely help them in learning it.
By: Carl Liver | Feb 10, 2012 Quilting, tapestry and needlework are age old traditions on both sides of the Atlantic. Almost always undertaken by women, this traditional skill shows no signs of fading away as groups of friends all get together to make a large American quilt, or complete smaller tapestry or needle point projects alone. Although the designs are rich and infinitely varied, the tools and techniques remain largely
By: Scott Hayes | Jan 18, 2012 Quilters Guilds exist to bring together people who share a love of quilts and quilting. Together members learn from national and local quilt teachers and speakers, and share their work with each other and the community. All levels of quilters are encouraged to join, including beginners.