I had intended to do a Maker Faire roundup right after the event, but the beginning of summer sort of got in the way. The good news is that this roundup of who and what to follow doesn’t expire. So
We’re just a few days away from Maker Faire Bay Area: can you believe it? I thought I was going to be able to ignore this fact and write a project post as usual, but I’m too excited to focus.
This week I want to talk about a complete crafting fail I had trying to stencil-paint a mug. My hope in sharing this is that you can avoid some of the same pitfalls. Stencil-painting a mug seems easy enough to
This year, instead of making one of the typical New Years resolutions that most of us abandon within days or weeks, why not try something new? Make a Frustrations List and resolve to fix some of the items on it.
Welcome back to tips and tricks about shibori indigo dyeing and working with the indigo dye vat. If you missed part one, which covers selecting projects and preparing the fabric, click here. Now that you have some projects in mind
Shibori indigo dyeing at home is one of those things that seems scary, but is actually really great. I discovered this recently after conquering my fear of coloring the house completely blue (would that really be such a bad thing?)