We know readers like you have been asking for a way to save blogs you love the most so you can easily come back to find them whenever you want. Well, we’ve got some exciting news: Now you can, thanks to Favorites!
That’s right, Favorites has come to the Craftsy blog — hooray! This means that when you come across an amazing recipe, an easy step-by-step tutorial, or a story that inspires you, now you can save it forever by simply by Favoriting it.
How do I favorite a blog post?
It couldn’t be easier! All you have to do is click the small, red heart icon below the title of the blog you love, and it will automatically be saved to your Favorites.
Keep in mind that you’ll need to log in to your account (or you’ll need to create an account if you don’t have one already) to do so.
Then, to access your Favorites, simply click the small red heart outline in the upper right hand corner of your screen. You’ll find your fave blog posts mixed in with classes, patterns and anything else you’ve saved.
The best of the best
Not sure where, or how, to get started? No problem! To kick things off, we’ve rounded up a list of our most popular blog posts.
Give them a read and, if anything catches your eye, click that heart and add it to your Favorites. It’ll be there for your reference any time, as often as you’d like.
How to Make a Trendy Drip Cake
Make a cake that’s dripping with fun — and with a luxurious ganache glaze! Get in on the trend that’s not going away with this easy drip cake tutorial.Read More
5 Crochet Edges You Should Know
Finishing can sometimes be the best part of a long project. Here are five edges every crocheter should know
14 Sewing Tricks That’ll Save Tons of Time
Want to get more sewing accomplished? Try these time-saving tips that’ll help you finish more projects in less time.Read More
4-Ingredient Cloud Bread Recipe
Feeling a little nervous about baking bread for the first time? We’ve found the perfect recipe to help you gain bread-baking confidence!Read More
FREE Mug Rug Pattern for Batiks
Use up a few charm squares in a chic (but simple-to-sew) braid.Read More
An Easy Method for Mixing Acrylic Paint for Skin Tones
This simple approach that uses primary colors requires a little practice, but with a little trial and error, you’ll be creating skin tones like a pro!Read More