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Welcome To The Crafty Witch ~*~

Craft your own tools...candles... dream catchers...incense etc... Brew teas for healing and psychic energy...Make bath salts for an array of uses...Make easy crafts to recycle/re-use older items or have fun crafting items for yourself or as gifts.

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I'm hoping we can learn....get creative...personalize our magickal tools....and have some fun here....Throughout the many Pagan groups I'm in and have been in....I have noticed that sometimes people have a hard time aquiring certain tools....oils.....bath salts... etc...Or are looking for information on how to make charms...candles.... incenses and more....So I thought that compiling all this 'do it yourself' information in the same place would be of some help to all of us....

'The Crafty Witch' is a group intended for people that would like to learn to 'craft' some of their own magickal tools.....candles....incenses....etc....It's also a place to swap crafts...ideas....and recipes related to the group.....Some of the information here will be of my own making.....some will be of information I have gathered from around the web....Please feel free to contribute with your own information....I would like to cover as much as possible...whether it be on beading...charms....etc.....and I'd like to keep the work as simple as possible.....Please do not hesitate to make requests....Feedback and/or advice on any of the projects you may try here would be greatly appreciated....Let's keep our minds and hands busy....and have fun with the 'craft'.....

Have fun.....Sassy Jezebel


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A Few Witch Crafts

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ostra ideas

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Comment by Amethyst Samia on February 18, 2015 at 11:56pm
Zu thanks for sharing your board. I peek at Pinterest occasionally. Mainly I forget about it but when I'm there I find the greatest stuff. Thanks for reminding me! I will definitely check your board!
Comment by Zu ~Dayglo Nirvana~ on February 18, 2015 at 8:32pm

If anyone uses Pinterest and is interested, I've been collecting a bunch of witchy crafty ideas on a board, you can see it here:  https://www.pinterest.com/murdercakes/witchy-craft/  

Comment by Mugaard on January 27, 2015 at 8:36pm

Greetings all. Just joined. These days, I find myself doing lots a crafts... especially in my book of shadows. It reminds me of an old friend. Glad to be here.

Comment by Cyndi on January 24, 2015 at 1:44pm

I love to design jewelry and crochet .   i look ward to learning  new crafts .

Comment by Aradia Goseling on January 20, 2015 at 7:43pm

Thanks Felis!  Yes.  I tried just the single strip and in the spinning process it can pull too much and just tear.  This is still possible with the lark's head method but with care it happens much, much less.  I even put up a step by step tutorial on my blog about how I go about it. :D

The Great Craft Escapade:  From Plastic to Plarn...
*Part 1
*Part 2
*Part 3

Comment by Felis Draco on January 20, 2015 at 9:56am

Aradia, that is so cool! I understand about plying them to make them stronger. I wouldn't have thought of reusing plastic bags this way, although, hey, it's another way of recycling and much more interesting!

Comment by Aradia Goseling on January 19, 2015 at 6:38pm

Yes plarn is plastice yarn and you can make it out of strips.  I prefer to do loops and lark's head them together so it basically plies them (which makes any fiber stronger because it's layered instead of singly spun).  It's a way to recycle the tons of plastic bags I save and make them into something new.  And since I'm a spinning fanatic, anything I can spin I'm all about! :D  I actually sell the plarn in my store, but I'm going to be saving some of the more interesting colors to make some things out of for a crochet coral reef project.

Comment by Kayla Anne on January 19, 2015 at 9:44am

Just in case anyone is interested!

New Pagan blog seeking Do It Yourself blog posts from everyday Wiccans and Pagans. Posts should be between 300 and 500 words, and must include author’s name. The tone of the post should be lighthearted, positive, and informative.

 

Ideas for posts:

 

-       DIY Altar Tools

-       Personal Sabbat traditions.

-       Homemade spells/rituals

-       Practicing tips for the closeted Witch

-       Gardening tips

-       Recipes (with a magickal twist)

-       Book reviews

-       DIY Book of Shadows tips

 

There will be no compensation for these posts, however photos and bios may be submitted for personal promotion.

 

Not all posts will be accepted. You will be notified by the blog editor if your post will be published. Posts may be edited for content and style.

 

Submit posts by email at [email protected]

Blog will launch in March 2015.

Comment by Seneca DragonWolf on January 18, 2015 at 8:49pm

I have been out of the loop for a long time and now I am trying to get back in the loop. I am looking for easy wiccan/pagan/witchy type quilt patterns, cross stich patterns or crochet patterns that fellow crafters might be willing to share freely. I am new to quilting as well as cross stitching but not so much to crocheting. Thanks!!!

Comment by Zu ~Dayglo Nirvana~ on January 18, 2015 at 7:19pm

Plarn is plastic yarn usually made from strips of plastic grocery bags.  If I have that correct, Aradia?

 

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