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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Taking care of Mom’s to-do list will give her the gift of time to do things she loves, reader candoli notes. “I personally like spending time doing projects at home, so it would be lovely to have the house tidied on its own without me having to do that in lieu of a project I wanted to start and finish,” she writes.
2. Share extra supplies. On the other end of the spectrum, if you are already a well-established crafter with a huge stash of materials, you may be in the position to share some of that wealth with a new crafter. Joining a local crafting group, or attending open hours at a local yarn or fabric shop, is a great way to meet newbies who may be grateful to receive your extra tools and materials.