30-Minute Mozzarella Stuffed Turkey Meatballs with Homemade Marinara Sauce - Baker by Nature
Hearty and healthy mozzarella stuffed meatballs are coated in homemade marinara sauce and ready in just 30 minutes! You'e going to love these!
How to Teach Yourself to Sew
Have you always wanted to learn to sew? Do you know that you can easily teach yourself to sew? You can! Follow these 5 tips and you can save your family thousands
Craftaholics Anonymous® | Help! My Bobbin just Blew up!
Tips and Problem Solving for how to fix bobbin tension. Tension issues can be tricky & not just a result of one cause. List of possibilities and solutions
The Perfect Winter Project: Rag Quilts (instructions included)
In keeping with my recent goal of using the fabric I have stashed in my closet, and in my ongoing effort to cultivate the love affair I'm having with my...
Sewing Tips: Practicing your Sewing Stitches (including the back-stitch)
Ooooh, okay, so many more of you told me that you received a new sewing machine for Christmas. Or a serger. Or some new sewing supplies. Yay!! Now, it's time to practice. Many of you are very new to this crazy sewing thing so let me give you a really quick pep talk. Okay. You are not going to be super good at this your first time. (Well, maybe you will be. And if so, you should sign up for Project Runway!!) So, sew your little heart out and try a few things. Be happy with what you make and
Seamless Spring Sweater
This simple beauty is a joy to knit as well as wear. The Seamless Spring Sweater is a gorgeous ice blue sweater perfect for variable early season weather. This lovely knit sweater pattern features raglan sleeves and a top down construction. The Seamless Spring Sweater would make a great first sweater pattern for knitters who are ready to move on from scarves and hats. This beautiful blue sweater is a great option for spring, but is a classic year-round basic you'll love owning.
This is my first knitted sweater, as simple as I could make it. Boat neck, no ribbing, 3/4 sleeves, with just enough waist and sleeve shaping to add a bit of elegance. Top-down construction means no seaming!
Stacked DIY planters for your home
We’re always trying to make our home as lovely and inviting as possible. Still, most of the time we focus only on the interior. The exterior needs attention as well. Make your entrance more inviting with a set of planters for example. We have a project that you can do by yourself. It’s a set...