We don’t need these cool tools, but they sure are fun and we definitely want them. Prepare to add some new gadgets to your craft arsenal!
Author: Haley Pierson-Cox
Haley Pierson-Cox writes the craft blog https://www.redhandledscissors.com/. She's a knitter, sewer, maker, cross-stitcher, lover of cats, purveyor of quirk, an author of cross-stitch books, and avid swearing enthusiast! (But not on this podcast!) She's also sometimes an irritable cartoon called Tiny Cranky Haley.
Fill a vase with water, head to the floral department, or cut some fresh flowers from the garden. It’s time for floral craft.
Starting with a walk down craft kit memory lane and making our way to highly skilled artisans, we’re admiring all the techniques and materials for stained glass. And would you believe we have some styles we don’t like?
We are officially giving you permission to get rid of that craft stuff. Or keep it because you want to. It’s really okay.
Do home projects count as crafts? We say they do, which is why we’re talking about home restoration, custom tile, and concrete work, and learning new skills.
Somehow a discussion on types of fabric leads us to comparing a certain fiber to a cheese pull but with bugs. But are we surprised?
What’s the difference between our jokes and papercutting? Nothing! They’re both tearable!
We’re rating, out of 10, just how cursed we think these common craft supplies are.
From southern gothic dollhouses to fairy garden forest friends, we’ve got some big feelings for the tiny world of handcrafted miniatures.