Recycle old dresses by making aprons from the skirt fabric.
Make natural wood stains from vegetable juices to create subtle, eco-friendly colors.
Learn how to make a homemade broadfork using coil spring harrow tines and some hollow piping. Your new garden tool will make quick work of loosening the soil in your raised beds.
Use everyday recyclable materials to create personalized DIY stationery.
Drawers overflowing? Drowning in a sea of more T-shirts than you can wear? Here are two quick and easy ways to get those used Ts back in heavy rotation.
From MOTHER EARTH NEWS Editors
MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine comes to life in the recently released Wiser Living Video Series. Volume One of the Series features some of our most popular workshops from the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIRS taught by members of the editorial team and expert community. Become more self-reliant in and around your home by tackling 19 projects ranging from keeping backyard chickens to making tinctures.
Learn how to easily wet felt wool using nothing more than wool scraps. It's so easy a two-year old can do it!
Crafting laundry detergent saves time, money and lightens your environmental footprint. Plus it’s simple!