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Member Since: 11/15/2008
Apron made from a tea towel and fabric.
What a wonderful giveaway! My MIL knitted me one when I was pregnant with our last child who was diagnosed with a terminal NTD.
I love burdastyle!
I love books like these! I love to find a project that is quick and especially easy. I usually give the completed projects to friends.
I have never heard of Seminole patchwork. It looks pretty cool!
I saw on someone's blog to make the wax paper bags into heart shapes. Cut 2 hearts, sew leaving a slot to insert goodies (like candy, redhots, red m&ms) and sew closed. Then you can just rip the heart open to get to the goodies. :)
Awesome! I desperately need to learn to sew BETTER! And be confident and then I could teach my daughter who is always asking to learn.
I recently discovered using pop cans for crafts and I've stamped on the silver part and I've used different shape punches like butterflies and scallops. The punches get sharpened every time.
My kids are always being in little "treasures" from outside. It would be neat to get some ideas with what to do with them!
These have such a holly hobby feel to them. I love projects that use things I already have!
You are so gifted at making ordinary white paper look stunning!
That's beautiful, it looks so soft. Congrats on 21 years!!
I haven't been able to get these stars out of my mind. A few years back friends hung large stars from their vaulted ceiling. I don't remember where they got them, but they had a Pier 1 feel. The stars were creased like those barn stars, but they weren't one-sided like barn stars. They were completely 3D and not 5 pointed either. 6 and more points. Stunning. I don't know how one would go about making something from paper so large. But I'm happy you've done an article about fusible interfacing as an option for 3D home decor. Thank you!
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