Jenn_at_FFP

Jennifer Clark, Hallock, MN, US
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craft interests: crochet, embroidery, gifts, holidays, home decorating, jewelry making, knitting, paper crafts, restyle, sewing

Gender: Female

Member Since: 12/27/2008

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Funky Flower Key Ring

Use remnant rick rack, silk flowers from previous flower arrangement, spare buttons, hot glue, and an empty key ring to make this Funky Flower Key Ring. Cut double desired key ring length of rick...

Fabric Wrapped Letter

Items NeededOld clothing or other clean fabricNotions, buttons, rick rack, etcComputerPrinterCardboard (shipping, pizza, soda cases, etc)Scissors InstructionsFirst, make a template for the letter...

Cat Teaser Toy

Using left over jingle bells, milk jug rings, an unused key ring, and fabric remnants cut into approximately 1" wide by 18" strips, I was able to create a fun teaser toy! Tie at least three strips...

Upcycled Fleece Pillow

Create an eco friendly no sew pillow in less than 10 minutes with items you already have. Large, medium, small, even toy sized pillows can be created with a miriade of styles surely to fit into...

Button Bracelet

A few buttons, ribbon cut to length, plus some embroidery thread in an off-setting color makes for a simple yet stylish bracelet. Add to the length and stitch each end to a pony tail holder for a...

My Dream Craft Room

The Ultimate Sewing Room contest entry


recent comments

Re: How to Recycle Magazines into Jewelry

This is a really cool idea with so many potential uses! I just gathered up all my old magazines earlier today. I had planned on taking them to the recycle center but I think I'll make a bunch of these first. You could make matching bracelets, earrings, rings, decorate photo and mirror frames; I could go on and on and on. This is an exciting craft. Thanks

Re: Book Giveaway: Jenny Ryan's Sew Darn Cute!

I need all the sewing help I can get! Thanks for a great giveaway!

Re: Marie Claire Has a Craft Magazine?

You can install a firefox add on "Unofficial Google translater" to translate the page into english or any other language. It's pretty cool.