Make this easy low-sew Fleece Cowl as a perfect last-minute gift, and stay tuned in early 2014 for the publication of “Never Been Stitched” for dozens of similar no-sew / low-sew projects!
Carve a pretty night sky stamp (using only straight lines—easy!) and embroider sweet details to create one-of-a-kind holiday cards with this pattern by Geninne Zlatkis, author of “Making an Impression.”
Have you tried screenprinting? Give it a whirl with the new book “Print Collective: Screenprinting Techniques and Projects,” a collection of beautiful work by talented artists:
We think you need some easy, colorful crochet in your life.
Here’s a roundup of some lovely perfect-for-gifts projects from Lark!
Did someone say fast and easy Halloween crafts?
We’ve got you covered: create these quick table-topping black spiderweb placemats from repurposed doilies—featured in Susan Wasinger’s book “Artful Halloween”
Crochet this pretty Bonnie Beret, a project in “Crochet Boutique” by author Rachael Oglesby! Download instructions at BN.com where Rachael is currently their Featured Crafter:
Yes, those are unicorns. UNICORNS! Found on Etsy! We’re so excited.
We’re celebrating all the lovely things that can be knit or crocheted and worn(!) in summer. Download this free PDF of Rachael Oglesby’s Sunburst Beret from “Crochet Boutique” and whip up some light-as-air summertime prettiness:
Free project: Carve stamps by hand and use them to create charming Hand-stamped Gift Tags, perfect for summer birthdays, weddings, and all-around pretty gift-giving. Featured in “Making an Impression” by Geninne Zlatkis
Spread happiness: create this little Happiness Ticket book from “Book Play”!
Lots of Happy Birthday love to @Etsy today! Cheers to 8 great years of celebrating all things handmade!
Pretty, cheery, and easy-to-make glassine Poppies from “Paper Blooms” by Jeffery Ruddell
The 2013 Bead & Button Show is right around the corner, and we’re celebrating with a 20-book giveaway! All of the books are written by Lark authors who will be attending the show—swing by Lark’s blog to enter: