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Folk art refers to stitching, pottery, paintings and other creative expressions done within families and communities. These artifacts are created to commemorate special events in life, such as birth, …
a manufactured doll that has been transformed by an artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible. The process of creating a reborn doll is referred to as reborni…
Style of crochet using a single hooked needle, while keeping an entire row of stitches held open on the needle
For questions about making candles in all their forms.
Alterations refer to resizing or recycling a garment.
A long, thin strand of cotton, nylon, or other fibers used in sewing or weaving
woven. If fabric direction is distorted this will severely effect sewing projects.
sewn together in a garment or other article.
Meant for questions and comments regarding the colouring of fabrics or other materials with staining dye, not for colouring using paints and other common pigments.
For questions about using pasta or noodles for crafts, such as gluing, dyeing or painting them.
For questions about origami diagrams the use the Yoshizawa-Randlett notation, the standard origami notation for folding and handling paper.
A cylindrical drawing tool, usually made of rolled paper, used to smudge or blend marks made with charcoal, crayon, pastels, pencil or other drawing utensils. Distinct from a Blending Stump as the pap…
For questions relating to a Blending-Stump. A Blending-Stump is a cylindrical drawing tool, tapered at the ends and usually made of rolled paper, used to smudge or blend marks made with charcoal, cray…
A knot of knot work.
to be used when there is braiding or platting in the question.
For questions about arts and crafts specifically involving hats, e.g. about making, mending, or maintaining hats.
For questions about celluloid, a type of plastic primarily used in arts for animation cels (cel being short for celluloid).
a biological material that releases a fragrant or aromatic aroma when burned.
Working flint, chert, obsidian, and other knappable materials into tools or artistic forms