The humble tea towel is a great place to start.
So impressive, you’ll barely believe how easy they are.
Your clothes, furniture & hair will thank you this summer.
Helpful tips from Beth Sweeney of Coppermill Kitchen
Getting scrappy with secondhand materials.
Because it's the thought that counts.
All you need to know to make curls and shards.
Psst...they’re made out of paper!
How to peel your eggs perfectly, every time.
A different approach to minimalism.
A DIY hand salve on a healing mission.
A sole piece of paper, a few snips, and gold paint go a long way.
An easy, hands-off project with ingredients you probably already have.
Sam Teich talks about the craft, as well as fun decor ideas.
Stay in and get cozy.
Give the dry grains, beans, and seeds languishing in your pantry a fresh start—and give yourself a seriously nutritious, delicious, and cheap ingredient to play with—in a matter of days.
This recipe video breaks it down.
Grant Melton's classic recipe in video form.
A fascinating interview with 1/2 of the popular duo with a huge following.
Bake up a large batch to enjoy through the holidays.
Does your taste run more simple or jazzed up?
Name your first collection or try one of these: