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One of my goals at MillWorks is to present you with craft projects that are affordable, yet yield heirloom-quality results you can be proud of. Finding the supplies you need for a craft is as simple as looking for your friendly MillWorks buildings. When yarn is needed in a project, for example, the yarn mill will show up at the top of the page. The barn is for those little things that may be anywhere around the house--including pet fur!
With a handy zippered compartment and a buttonhole closure, this crocheted case is customizable to
any tablet, including kids' awkward tablet shapes and sizes. It's easy to make, too!
This downloadable/printable packet has 18 pages full of fun and games for all ages.
Make a pair of budget hula hoops, custom-sized for you and a friend, and have a fun new hobby to share!
My six original crochet and knitting patterns will help outfit your (or your child's or grandchild's) Littlest Pet Shop brand Blythe in a stylish new ensemble!
I have made so many projects for Arklu's Lottie doll, that a whole section of goodies appears on this page.
"Magically" create amazing clear stickers using things you probably already have in the home!
Crochet a striped scarf for your favorite larger-sized doll or stuffed animal. It's much easier than it looks, with a simple method to
avoid having lots of yarn ends to weave into the work!
This simple scarf project is perfect for beginning crocheters.
These skirts sew up so easily, and are great for using up fabric scraps from other projects. You can adapt this project to fit other dolls.
On the following pages, you'll find all sorts of ideas and patterns for making a nice collection for Arklu's Lottie doll.
Make a tiny knitted afghan so your Lottie can stay warm. This also includes an idea for a tiny doll for Lottie.
Make sure Lottie is all set for school, with this adorable tiny backpack. It's so easy to make!
On this page you can find some ideas for how to store your collection.
When it's time to study or write what she's done during the day, Lottie will appreciate this book. It's even lined!
This personalized blanket will help Lottie feel extra special!
Does your Lottie need a hairbrush, hair ribbons, headbands, and ponytail holders? Find them all here!
This wood mushroom makes a perfect stool or table for Lottie.
Now Lottie can write notes to her friends and do her schoolwork. These instructions can also be used to make colored pencils.
Help Lottie have a fun day outside (or in!) with this cute and reversible picnic blanket.
These are certainly needed for sleepovers and pillow fights! This page also includes an idea for pajamas in a pinch.
This adorable crocheted poncho can be made in so many different ways to match Lottie's outfits. It looks cute with tights being used as leggings.
Knit Lottie up an oversized scarf that will keep her extra warm in the winter.
Artistic Lotties will love to have a sketchbook of their own. Don't forget to stop by the pencil craft page so you can make them a set of colored pencils!
Sew a simple skirt for Lottie to change up her wardrobe.
Lottie will look so stylish with this knitted hat.
When it's time to eat, Lottie will appreciate having a cup and saucer/plate. This project is very, very easy to do!
Providing crafts since October 2011. Copyright 2011- and all contents by Melissa J. Taylor. Resulting products can only be kept or given away as gifts. Always keep safety in mind.