March is National Craft Month, and what better way to celebrate than by digging into your crafty stash of supplies and making something! We decided to kick-start this event by sharing the most visited CraftFoxes tutorials of all time, listed in order of popularity. Did any of your favorites make the list?
Turn trash into treasure with a little paint and some tiny candles. Your old soup cans are ripe for crafting projects, and you can even add some tiny glass jars (from baby food, perhaps) to keep the flame from blowing out in the wind.
Learn all about making lights and get the tutorial for these DIY tin can lanterns.
Learn how to knit a classy and masculine pullover sweater, worked from the bottom up. It's nearly seamless besides the use of whip stitches at the collar and a few kitchener stitches under the arms.
Get the how-to for this seamless pullover sweater.
If you're so hyped up on wintertime that you're hoping to get ready for the next holiday season, why not start making some knitted figures like this angel doll? The free knitting pattern was created by Fiona Goble.
Get the free angel doll knitting pattern.
If you don't crochet, you can still enjoy free amigurumi patterns designed for knitters! This pair of sweet owls (one small, one large) can be knitted up in a jiff with your leftover yarn skeins.
Enjoy the free owl amigurumi pattern.
Make a vintage-style apron with this free sewing pattern. Gingham and rickrack give the apron a 1950s-style charm. The apron fits sizes small to large, and can be customized with your choice of fabrics for a more modern aesthetic.