It’s a new year, why not learn a new skill?
1. Arm Knitted Scarf
Come on, you don’t even need needles for this!
2. iPad Sleeve
Some cushy fabric, a couple of seams and you’ve got a cozy cover for that brand new iPad!
3. Leather Necklace
It’s way easier than you think to make eye-catching jewelry you can wear with just about anything.
4. Newbie Knit Headband
Learn how to knit. Keep you ears warm. It’s a win/win situation!
5. 7 Embroidery Stitches
7 basic embroidery stitches will take you pretty far when it comes to embellishing clothing and accessories or whipping up some fun decor.
6. Embroidered Notebooks
Use those new embroidering skills to make taking notes and pulling together to-do lists way more fun.
7. Wire Bow Ring
Wire wrap your way to a sweet little bow ring, and maybe a matching necklace too.
8. Fabric Scrap “Mug Rugs”
You don’t have to tackle a whole quilt just yet. Test out your quilting skills with some easy mug rugs first.
9. Upcycled Jewel Box Clutch
give broken necklaces and mismatched earrings a new home with a pretty little upcycled box clutch.
10. Wire Wrapped Pearls
Add wire wrapping skills to your DIY toolbox with these pretty little pearl earrings.
11. Crochet Greetings
Make those thank you notes a little more fancy with a little bit of beginner friendly crochet.
12. Painted Napkins
You’re just two steps away from setting your dinner table with a set of cooler-than-average napkins.
13. Pillow Covers
Brighten up your living room area with quick envelope pillow covers.
14. Marbled Pendants
There are so many fun ways you can use clay to make jewelry, including these lovely little marbled pendants.
15. Memo Boards
Keep organized with a functional memo board made out of a drop cloth!
16. Bitty Booties
A pair of adorable little fortune cookie booties are a great way to practice your knit stitches.
17. Easy Quilts
Piles of leftover fabric scraps are a great excuse to test our your quilting skills
18. Statement Rings
Make a serious statement with glitter, glaze and an ice cube tray!