Growing up, I loved science fiction and fantasy; my favorite books involved dragons, unicorns, and wizards. While I wouldn’t say I ever outgrew it, it has been so much fun watching my son & daughter get into all things magical! I was poking around, looking at unicorn craft ideas to sew and kept bookmarking cute unicorn craft after craft, so I rounded them all up in one list. There are unicorn crochet patterns, unicorn embroidery patterns, unicorn sewing patterns, and even unicorn needle felting patterns.
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With all the Christmas decor packed away, I’m thinking of the next fun holiday to break up the winter chill. Needlework goes hand in hand with warm blankets and cold nights, so I thought I’d round up some ideas of what to embroidery and cross stitch for Valentine’s Day! There are a bunch of independent designer’s Valentine’s Day embroidery designs and then a few freebies at the end of the list. I can see lots of these stitched and hanging on a wall, or added to a shirt, sewn on to a pillow, the possibilities are endless.
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A new year means new craft/sewing challenges! I’m always interested in community challenges, I love peeking in on hashtags and watching makers experiment and connect. I’ll admit, I’m terrible at joining and keeping up with something unless I am the one leading it (and subsequently feel much more pressure to stay engaged, since I started it!).