Author's Note: I am in no way, shape or form certified to give advice on exercise, so Craftercize at your own risk!
The Tie-Dye Twist
Dip your dyes, and build some muscles. Twist the fabric in opposing directions for a tiring tie-dye experience.
More after the jump!
The Bolt Press
Put some pep in your step next time your at the fabric shop and press those bolts of fabric as you bring them to the cutting counter. The more you press, the more bolts you'll be able to carry later, a win-win.
The Knitter Sit
Hey, you were going to sit anyway, so why not do double-duty? Perform a wall sit for 10 rows of stitching and work your buns while you work your knitting.
Your legs will love you when you finish stitching those pants, while lunging into shape.
The Stamper Sit-Up
Tired of back pain from hours of scrapbooking? Just use the sit-up and stamp method and everything will be sore so you won't even notice your back pain anymore!
The Embroidery Stretch
Stitch and stretch all at once by using embroidery as an opportunity for exercise. Just make sure your thread is long enough to get a good stretch in!
*First published at The Capital City Weekly