This is a community for any and all art and crafting enthusiasts, no matter whether you're knitting, sewing, painting, photographing, sculpting, woodworking, glassblowing, or anything else that ends up with a finished piece of art at the end. You can show off your own creations, recommend resources, patterns and instructions, ask for help, discuss techniques and materials, or show us your inspirations - there's room for all of it. For ease of navigating, please flair your posts accordingly.
Please be kind to each other. This is an open and beginner-friendly community, so if you give criticism, be constructive, and keep your comments about the art.
Slurs of any kind are not tolerated.
When posting your own works, please include the type of art or medium in the title and use it as an opportunity to describe your work.
When sharing photos, videos, and links Please make sure the title includes information that one might search for! This can be the title of the video, creator, what it is, the medium or type of art. All posts of things you did not make yourself need to be credited to the best of your abilities.
Don't repost material others have posted here or elsewhere on Ovarit, and please try to avoid duplicate posts.
If you want to promote your own or someone else's items for sale, the stickied thread is the place to do it. We love celebrating and supporting women creators, so link your favourites!
The sitewide rules and guidelines are in effect here.
Maria Keffler was talking about this on PEC Talks this week, and I thought what she had to say was quite interesting.