Craft Supplies

You can sometimes use free craft supplies, but there are also lots of times when you can’t avoid having to buy craft supplies to get your craft projects completed. This page is our main directory of articles and reviews for the best value craft supplies available.


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Tim Holtz Adirondack Alcohol Inks

Tim Holz Adirondack Alcohol Inks by Ranger Industries
Tim Holz Adirondack Alcohol Inks by Ranger Industries

If you enjoy working on mixed media art projects that incorporate non-porous substances such as metal and acrylic, you’ll definitely want to take a look at these alcohol inks — which are ideal to use for applying to those types of surfaces.

Best Collage Materials

Find suggestions for the best collage materials — some of which are free, and some of which you have to buy.

Craft Organizers

Organize Your Sewing Thread Using the ArtBin Thread Storage Tray

Getting your sewing thread organized is half the battle when it comes to finding the exact thread color you need for your next sewing project. Learn how to organize your sewing thread like a pro with the ArtBin thread storage tray.

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See Also: How to Organize Yarn

Knitting and Crochet Supplies

Crochet Hooks

Learn all about the best crochet hooks — brands, types and more.

A Beginner’s Guide to Knitting Needles

Learn about the different types of knitting needles that are available and get tips for choosing the best knitting needles for the project you want to work on next.

Crochet Books

These are our top picks for the best crochet books we know of.

Knitting Books

…and our top picks for the best knitting books.

By Amy Solovay

About the Author: Amy Solovay is a freelance writer with a background in textile design. She holds a bachelor’s degree with a studio art minor; and she has also obtained another degree in textile design. Amy has been crocheting and making crafts since childhood, and knitting since her teenage years. Her work also appears at, and Amy sends out a free knitting and crochet newsletter so interested crafters can easily keep up with her new patterns and tutorials. If you’re already an Instagram user, Amy also invites you to follow her on Instagram.

This page was last updated on 7-2-2019.

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