Stephanie Hill

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Tote-Torial

Wouldn’t a bunch of these be really nice to have around the house to hold all kinds of things? Adriana offers a free pattern and tote-torial on her …

How To Master Your Morning For Peak Productivity

Yes, it’s possible to have a leisurely morning and get out the door in less time.<p>Forget the commute. One of the major upsides of working from home is not having to get yourself out the door–a daily task that consumes a surprising amount of time.<p>A recent YouGov poll found that the majority of people …

Simple Springtime Dishes

Simple Springtime Dishes

Fun and Funky DIY Projects Featuring Buttons

Buttons are so cute and lovely you just want to play with them all. But this is not their main characteristic. They are, first of all, useful and …

Daisy Afghan pattern by kraftling

Though we’re still snowed under in my part of the world, spring is here. To remind myself that, yes, the snow will depart soon, I created this …

Pine Bough Cowl pattern by Dianna Walla

<b>Maintenant disponible en français aussi!</b><p>Trapped bar stripes break up the zig-zagging pine boughs that run the length of this oversized cowl. It’s …

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My mother and I used to marble paper on the weekends when I was younger. To this day, I still feel like I am a mad scientist when I marble, experimenting with new colors and testing new patterns.<p>Even if you don’t have experience with marbling, it’s a fun project to try with friends. It requires …

Pope Francis defends atheists

Atheists and other nonbelievers largely welcomed Wednesday's (May 22) remarks by Pope Francis that performing "good works" is not the exclusive domain of people of faith, but rather a place where they and atheists could and should meet.<p>In a private homily, Francis described doing good not as a …