It’s Pride month and here in NYC everyone is gearing up for a big celebration as we approach the anniversary of the Stonewall riots. We want to help you celebrate or show your support for the LGBTQIA+ community so we’ve put together some crafts you can do with your friends or family this weekend whether you’re staying in or going to a parade!

Crochet rainbow Granny Squares

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Crochet is an amazing way to add color to your home or clothing and there’s nothing more stunning than the classic granny square. We love the way this blanket turned out from @joanna_crochet_mama! Want to learn how to make a granny square? We have something super exciting for you coming in June. Check out our editorial calendar on this page to see some sneak peeks into our upcoming workshops!

Tie-dye clothing

Can’t find anything colorful, fear not! Tie-dye is the easiest way to upcycle your old white pieces into something special, you can upgrade any t-shirt or plain white into something rainbow. Check out our extra special Pride Tie-Dye workshop and our rainbow die kit.

Polymer clay Rainbow

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We love how you can make just about anything with polymer clay including some gorgeous rainbows. We’re so inspired by these rainbow hangings made with clay and once you have the basics down learning with clay is easy! Get started with polymer clay and learn and some cool techniques in our Polymer Clay Earring workshop!

Crafting for pride has never been easier with our host of workshops to get you started on DIY-ing. In addition to skill-building, crafting has a host of mental and mindfullness benefits. Get started today with one of our upcoming live-streamed, virtual crafting workshops.