Crafts at HowStuffWorks has hundreds of fun ideas to keep your family entertained. Find free kids' crafts by theme, material and season.
Adorn your latestQuilting project with the colorful blooms found on this classic-looking quilt block. You'll find helpful instructions, as well as the free quilt block, all on this page.
The Peeping Out quilt block features three little blooms popping out of a pot, as if to embrace the first days of Spring. Check out this article for a free quilt block download and helpful instructions.
What could go better on your garden-themed quilt or other quilted project than this delightful Watering Can quilt block? Find its free quilt block download here, along with instructions that will help get you started.
The Sweet Nectar quilt block would look great on just about any quilt design, and even better on a garden-themed one. See this article for tips on making it, including a free quilt block download.
Bring nature inside your home with this Sweetest quilted pillow pattern. The finished pillow will measure about 17 inches square. Find instructions and a free quilt pattern on this page.
You'll go buggy for this cute Fly Away Ladybug! quilt block. Both simple and fun to make, the block is perfect for any garden-theme quilt. Download the free quilt block on this page.
The Johnny-Jumps-Ups quilt block is a fresh and fun design that would suit just about anyQuilting project. Download a free quilt block and learn how to make it on this page.
This block will leap off the quilt -- it's just that adorable! Match the Flying High block with other garden-themed blocks to make a unique pattern. You'll find the free quilt block and instructions here.
After you take one look at this Wayward Daisy quilt block, it's sure to make its way onto your quilt! Find a free quilt block and instructions on how to make it on this page.
Love the outside? Bring spring flowers indoors with the daisy chain quilt pattern. In this article, we'll show you how to make this quilt patern with simple step-by-step instructions and a downloadable pattern.
Giving is what makes Christmas such a heartwarming season. So much time and care is spent selecting the "perfect" gift, but what about the packaging? Learn how to make a Christmas gift basket.
Baking soda can be a fun addition to children's activities. Baking soda's chemical properties can add unpredictability to usual projects or may pique an interest in science. Learn to use baking soda in children's activities.
Salt is an inexpensive ingredient for dozens of fun-filled arts and crafts projects for children and adults. Projects include making salt dough similar to molding clay. Learn how to use salt for creative projects.
Vinegar can be used in many fun children's projects. Its chemical properties can help to demonstrate some scientific principles like acidity and chemical reactions. Check out how vinegar can be used in children's activities.
Every stitch you sew saves you the expense of a tailor's bill and extends the life of your clothes. Learn step-by-step instructions for basic sewing techniques, such as replacing a button.