DIY Custom-Printed Flannel Receiving Blanket

DIY Custom-Printed Flannel Receiving Blanket

Remember that incredibly soft, GOTS certified flannel we used for the Eco-Friendly Blanket project? Were you thinking: these blankets are great, but wouldn’t it be fun if I could also make one with a pattern on it? Me too! So

How To Make A Soft And Cuddly Eco Friendly Blanket

How To Make A Soft And Cuddly Eco Friendly Blanket

What exactly is an eco-friendly blanket? It’s a blanket made from GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified flannel that won’t create any microplastic waste when washed. Microplastic waste is basically the lint that comes from synthetic fabrics, like fleece. Recent

DIY Pocket Hand Warmers: A Quick Handmade Gift

DIY Pocket Hand Warmers: A Quick Handmade Gift

Are you looking at your list of gifts to make for the holidays and realizing there is no way to get it all done? This seems to happen to me ever year, no matter how early I start. There’s no

Eco-Friendly Adjustable Casserole Dish Carrier

Eco-Friendly Adjustable Casserole Dish Carrier

Maybe it’s all of the articles on micro-plastics that have been in the news recently, but this holiday season I decided that it’s finally time to make an environmentally-friendly casserole dish carrier. No more wrapping dishes in plastic wrap like

How To Make A Fashionable Lightweight Infinity Scarf

How To Make A Fashionable Lightweight Infinity Scarf

Remember a while back when I jumped on the infinity scarf bandwagon (see the how-to post here)? Now that it’s warm out, I’m realizing there’s even more to love about them because it’s so easy to make a lightweight infinity

How To Make A Waterproof Personal Picnic Blanket

How To Make A Waterproof Personal Picnic Blanket

It’s no secret that I love to upcycle, and personal picnic blankets are a great way to take an old blanket and give it new life. What’s more, a personal picnic blanket can take your picnic experience to a whole

Make A Quick Lavender Sachet From Upcycled Fabric

Make A Quick Lavender Sachet From Upcycled Fabric

This is the second part of the post I did last week about clearing out your closet and upcycling t-shirts (and other fabrics) into lavender sachets. For part one, click here. As we talked about last week, the fastest way