Fall is the perfect time to experiment with new crafting techniques. There are so many more things that you can do with yarn and fiber than just the usual things like knitting, crocheting, weaving, felting, and spinning. If your favorite thing to collect is new hobbies, then you’re in the right place!
Fall String Art Ideas and Tutorial
You don't need any special tools to create fun fall string art - just some scrap wood, a hammer, and nails. This is a fun one to do with kids as well.
Rug Hooking Wall Hanging
Add color and texture to your walls with an embroidery hoop, a punch needle, and some brightly colored yarn! Might I suggest our Flax Botanica?
Geometric Latch Hook Rug DIY Tutorial
This is not your grandma's latch hooking! Vintage meets modern in this trendy geometric latch hooked rug. What a fun project!
Macraweave Wall Hanging
Macraweave is twice the fun since it combines two crafts in one: macrame and weaving. Learn how to do this fun technique with this beautiful botanically-inspired design.
Nuno Felted Scarf
You've probably heard of needle felting before, but have you heard of nuno felting? This technique bonds fiber with silk using water to create stunning fabric. Try it out with our large assortment of merino wool.
Learn Nalbinding Crochet
Nalbinding was around long before knitting or crochet were invented. It is sometimes called "knotless knitting." You can learn how to mimic the look of nalbinding with this crochet tutorial.
This type of embroidery uses simple straight stitches to create stunning and modern geometric designs. You may have also heard it called florentine or flame stitch embroidery.
Botanical Yarn Dying
Delve into the world of botanically dyed yarn and have fun seeing all the different colors you can create using things from your garden. Try it out with one of our undyed yarns and fibers.
God's Eye Craft Tutorial
The classic grade school craft gets a serious upgrade in this quick and easy tutorial. Anyone can do this easy to learn craft and all you need are dowels and yarn.
Wool Painting Guide
Stick to 2 dimensions and you can use basic needle felting techniques to "paint" beautiful pictures with wool. We have all the fiber colors of the rainbow (and them some) available in our Etsy shop for you to paint with.
Are you ready to get crafty this Autumn? Which of these crafts piqued your interest? We would love to hear all about your newfound craft explorations in the comments below!
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