This Saturday, learn to repurpose common household items into clever little notebooks at my next Crafting Community class. The mini journals pictured here are made from: scrapbooking paper, brown paper bag, a map of Texas and envelopes, graham cracker box, a greeting card, and gift wrap (lying open). Just think
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to lead a craft party for an incredible fun group of ladies. I walked them through two different projects, step by step, demonstrating several techniques and design options for each project. We created star stamped infinity scarves (see how to make the no-carve stamps here) and
This Saturday is the next Crafting Community class at the Hudson River Museum. Would you like to learn to embroider? Or just have some company while you stitch? Maybe see some new artwork or a planetarium show? We’ll be remixing traditional embroidery samplers with modern rap lyrics, inspired by the new Frohawk Two Feathers exhibition.
Stitched Candy Conversation Hearts Tutorial for Valentine’s Day | DIY Embroidered Art | sarahdivi.com
My first published knitting pattern, designed in honor of the Hudson River Museum’s Fall 2014 exhibition celebrating peacocks. Read how to get a free copy this weekend!
In anticipation of my next fiber art class at Curious on Hudson, here’s a sneak peak of the Star Stamped Infinity Scarves that we’ll be creating together. I’m sharing a quick, simple and cheap DIY project to make your own foam stamps. No carving is required to make your own
I too, am totally psyched for this announcement! I’m partnering with Curious on Hudson to teach fabric and yarn craft classes this fall. I’ll be walking you step-by-step through a range of projects, including arm-knitting, weaving, Kool-aid dying and more. These one-evening classes will provide you with the materials, the know-how and the