These woven baskets are super handy and when made out of newspaper are good on your pocket and the environment.
Check out the how-to from How About Orange.
Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:
Sew a circle scarf and Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy notebook, crochet a bone plushie, make a zipper bracelet, use paint sample cards as gift tags, crochet a big cupcake and red neck beer koozie, cook up some soy curry and cod au gratin, recycle a sweater in to a light up Christmas tree, dye retro rocker jeans, fold a surprise photo explosion box, bake lovely cupcakes, sew a star notebook cover, create a gorgeous rhinestone necklace and multicoloured bead and ribbon necklace, and crochet an alligator scarf.
This old fashioned chocolate bundt cake looks so good, we think it's time for a revival!
Check out the recipe from Oven Haven.
Nurse those bumps and bruises with a homemade heat pack.
Check out the how-to from Funky Friends Factory.
This may sound like a big claim, but this recipe promises to make the perfect brownies.
Check out the recipe from Cool Like Your Grandmother.
Who says you need a man before you can get a pretty ring? Make one for yourself, just like this gorgeous Princess wire-wrapped ring.
Check out the how-to from Beadage.
A collection of ten mini books, How To Sew will teach you everything you need to know to become a creative and confident sewer.
The series includes books to teach you the basics, appliques, bead embroidery, embellishments, decorative sewing, felt fabric, hand sewing, patchwork, machine sewing and sashiko, so there's hours of crafting and learning to be had. Filled with tips, tricks and techniques, the books also include over 25 step-by-step projects for creating a variety of crafts. Stitch some striking greetings cards, scatter cushions, a perfect patchwork pig or simple quilt, heaven scent sachets, a pretty pencil case, flower corsages and vintage felts.
Add this miniature rainbow of books to your bookcase and you'll always have the sewing knowhow you need at hand. This series would also make a great gift for a friend who wanted to take up sewing as a new hobby.
Check out a sample project from the book, Star Notebook Cover. Buy a copy of How to Sew for the special price of £11 (rrp £14.99) with free p&p (UK only) by visiting RUCraft and quoting code R11130 at the checkout.
You can pick up a copy of the book from RUCraft now.
These brownie pops would make sweet little treats.
Check out the recipe from Seal Salt With Food.
Cut Out + Keep now has over 30,000 members and we're really exciting. Thanks so much to everyone for helping us grow and grow.
This penguin plushie is so adorable and the pattern is available free to crochet at home.
Check out the pattern from Lion Brand.