There are many ways creative ways to customize cloth. You might be familiar with tie-dye, a technique that involves tying fabric and dipping it into a vat of liquid pigment. There’s another approach, however, that is similar to tie-dye but concentrates only on indigo dye. This process is called Shibori. Wondering what Shibori means? It’s a Japanese word that has no equivalent in the English language.
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For as long as she could remember, Kaitlyn Alforque dreamed of making her own prom dress. So when it finally came time to attend the big dance, she took the opportunity to make a DIY dress that ended up wowing both her classmates and the internet-at-large. Alforque had no previous dressmaking experience but spent hours (and much trial and error)
Want to bring a little whimsy to your home?
Did you know that you can buy tiny homes on Amazon? Cute and compact, these DIY houses are a great option for people who don’t mind cramped quarters. One humble abode that has proven particularly popular among the tiny home crowd is the Allwood Solvalla, a minimalist “garden house” perfect for a party of one. This modern and minimalist Nordic wood house offers a contemporary take on the traditional log cabin.
The changing seasons have everyone itching to switch out their wardrobe.
The beauty of blooms have inspired artists for centuries.
The start of spring means that Easter is on the horizon, which for many people means one thing—it’s time to start decorating eggs. But did you know that in Ukraine, Easter egg decorating is an important art form that dates back centuries? Known as pysanky, these Ukrainian Easter eggs are decorated using the wax-resist (batik) method.
Manila-based student Ciara Gan faced a problem that many of us have had before.
Whether you’re an expert crafter looking to take your work to another level or just starting to make your own...