These felt Christmas pudding heart decorations are quick to make and will look great on your tree or if you’ve no room for a tree, you can spray branches silver…
The Woman’s Weekly knitting team offer a few tips to consider when working with yarns.
Easy to do, we show you how to make frosted jam jars and decorate them with fun designs.
Woman's Weekly show you how to make this lovely autumn wreath - follow our how to steps and make your own now!
It’s fun and easy to make your own personalised picture for your home. Simply spell out your own message or word and decorate with pretty felt flowers and butterflies.
Knitting Design Editor, Kandy Regis, gives a few tips on how to look after your knits properly, keeping them looking their best for years.
It’s easy to make this bead bracelet using memory wire. It makes a great present with the personal touch! You can match rings and chokers with it too.
Using papers in autumn's rich colours, create these beautiful 3D cards - we show you how with our easy to follow step-by-step guide.
This dinosaur box would make a great craft project for kids, with a little help from you, and they’ll love keeping their treasures in it.
Knit this beautiful prayer shawl courtesy of a pattern sent in by one of our readers Marion Collens.
We show you how to make a Well Done card in four simple steps
Finishing off your knitted project can make or break how it looks. A design can be beautifully knitted but if not finished off correctly it can spoil its overall effect.…
Cover a stone in pretty floral paper to make a paperweight to keep your papers tidy and easy to find.
Learn how to make up your crochet garments with our step by step guide.
Have fun making a colourful papier mache teacup and fill it with artificial flowers.
Make this colourful paper flower bouquet that will last forever - it’s really easy to make and so pretty.
Woman’s Weekly Gardening editor, Geoff Palmer, shares some horticultural secrets from the new Autumn issue, on sale until the 24th September.
Learn how to Swiss darn: Technical Knitting Editor, Tina Egleton, explains the technique involved.
Make this pretty pastel-coloured card to give someone special this summer
What yarn to use when the one stated in the pattern is discontinued