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DIYNetwork.com shares ideas to help you keep your craft or sewing room organized and looking beautiful.
DIYNetwork.com’s writers, content contributors and bloggers give us a peek at their home offices, studios and creative spaces.
Carol Duvall, host of HGTV's The Carol Duvall Show, visited producer Linda Watson's craft room and discovered lots of ideas for keeping craft supplies organized and stored.
Creativity is a learned skill that builds confidence and sparks communication. Spark kids' creativity and have hours of creative family fun with an arts-and-crafts center.
See how a dining room is transformed into a kid-friendly craft space.
Follow these tips to keep arts and crafts supplies organized.
Essentially, this sewing table is a mounted mobile workbench on casters. It was designed with work and design flexibility in mind.
We asked DIYNetwork.com fans to vote on how we should renovate an attic bonus room. Take a look at the stunning results.
DIY Network tours a backyard garage that was turned into an industrial-chic sewing studio.
To add a touch of animal-friendly glamour to any outfit, whip up this gorgeous stole out of faux fur.
Carry your tablet or laptop in style with a custom-made caddy. This is the perfect project for a beginner seamstress since a simple straight stitch and a little ironing is all that is involved.
This famous saying can be applied to many aspects of life. Use needle and embroidery floss to create a constant reminder that double-checking is always a good idea.
You've got better things to do than clean, so stop making excuses. Download this free pattern, spend some therapeutic time stitching, hang it on the wall and let everyone know your viewpoint on housekeeping.
Don't put up with bad karma in your house. Download this free pattern, stitch the message and tell the meanies and grumps where to go.
Are you a seamstress with a bit of an attitude? Download this free pattern, spend some therapeutic time stitching it together, hang it on the wall and then let everyone know how you really feel.
Learn how to take apart outdated earrings – even clip-ons from the thrift store – and transform them into fun finger rings.
Jewelry doesn't always have to come from a jewelry store. A lot of things such as necklaces and bracelets can be made from kits or from things you find at home.
Here's one technique for creating a wire-wrapped ring.
Here is an easy-breeze way to hold a tablecloth in place at a picnic or barbeque. Old pillowcases, ribbon, curtain hardware and rocks are used to make these festive yet functional weight clips.
Tired of scrapbooking? Get sewing, fabric crafts, holiday, jewelry making and more crafts here. If you're in the mood for crafting, we've got your fix with step-by-step instructions and pictures.