If you’ve ever searched the internet for the perfect sewing table, have more knitting needles than silverware, or always pack a portable loom whenever you travel, you’re definitely not alone. In 2020, the crafting industry is estimated to be worth $3.6 billion.
With the economies of scale, it may not be cheaper to make your own clothes, but if you know how, repairing an item will be less expensive than replacing it entirely. One of the biggest advantages to crafting at home is that you get a level of customization you’re not going to find from any of the manufacturers. The satisfaction of completing a project also has a lot to recommend it.
September is National Sewing Month, but you can celebrate any of the textile crafts with our fun mugs. Have a look at some of the collections we offer!
Running stitch? Hemming stitch? Basting? Overcast? Machines are great, but sometimes the work needs to be done by hand.
If anyone complains, they’re welcome to do the chores themselves.
It’s funny how eight hours spent on a hobby is more rewarding than an hour at work.
Always look at what’s next to the comfiest chair in the house. That’s what people prioritize. Might be books, might be the TV remote, might be a basket of yarn.
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Between all of the different colors, patterns, and materials, there will always be something that sparks a new project.
This is just a short list of the textile-related collections we carry. If you have a different hobby in mind, you can search for it from our home page. Need gifts for several different people? U.S. orders of two or more mugs get free shipping. That saves you enough for some new needles or specialty thread!