Welcome Crafty Readers!

Hi, everyone! I’m Virginia, a new blogger for QC Voices. Ever since I was very small, I have always loved to draw, paint, and do a variety of other creative activities. I can’t wait to share my love of DIY (“do it yourself”) with you. I already have some ideas in mind:

I have so many scraps I have a designated drawer for them.

Photo by Virginia Lee

  • Scrap-busters: As a person who likes to sew, I have a lot of scrap fabric. I even have a designated drawer for bits and pieces. I’ll show you a few projects that use these small pieces and can be sewn by hand.
So shiny~

Photo by Virginia Lee

  • Crochet: Scarf weather is coming! I love how comfy, stylish, and warm scarves are. They’re a great beginner crochet project. I’ll show you how to do a few basic stitches. A future post will also include stitch suggestions for more experienced crocheters.
  • Simple Art Pieces:  Artist’s block is very frustrating. Thus, I’ll show you some simple projects that look great. They have many applications such as home décor and greeting cards.
Photo by The Ledford Life

Photo by The Ledford Life

  • Seasonal Crafts: I’m very excited about Halloween this year. Ever since last Halloween, I told myself that I’ll make my own costume. I’m going to do it this year! Now, I have to make sure I decorate my windows this year, something I haven’t done since I was in elementary school. I also need to write tutorials for other holidays this year.
  • Home Décor: Home is ideally a place of relaxation and healing. Let’s make your space more inviting and comfortable! I’m not experienced with hardware so it will be interesting if I choose to do a project that involves nuts and bolts.
  • New Skills: I’ll write about my experience learning skills such as knitting, embroidery, dyeing, and weaving. Let me know if there’s a technique you want me to try!

Each blog post will include the price of the supplies, and I’ll try to find projects that don’t require a lot of spending. Taking time into consideration, I’ll highlight DIYs that can be done in an afternoon or over the weekend.

Is there anything you’re interested in learning or a tutorial you want me to try? Let me know in the comments!

Crafting into the sunset,