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Recycled Dog Sweater

Recycled Dog Sweater

I liked the pattern idea for the doggie sweater, I used a little different pattern though.  I found a Liz Claiborne cotton sweater at the thrift store. Once I was finished I took the designer...

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From Vintage Tablecloth to Spring Jacket!

From Vintage Tablecloth to Spring Jacket!

A vintage (1940's ?) tablecloth is transformed into my new spring jacket!  I love finding creative uses for vintage textiles and this is a great example. I restyled a Vogue pattern to make the...

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From Vintage Tablecloth to Spring Jacket!

From Vintage Tablecloth to Spring Jacket!

Here's my latest project...something for me!  I have a collection of vintage tablecloths which I've gathered mainly to create tops and jackets with them.   It's a fun project---a bit...

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Im having my first ever SALE

I'm having my first ever SALE

It's true! tweek loves you!And in showing my appreciation for handmade supporters, I am offering 25% off everything in my Etsy shop.Many one of a kind pieces that cause instant squeals of enjoyment...

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Vintage-inspired hair pieces

Vintage-inspired hair pieces

These vintage-inspired hair pieces are skillfully upcycled and reconstructed from salvaged ties and made to resemble flower buds. Each one has has been carefully washed, ironed and handcrafted...

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tweek on Etsy

tweek on Etsy

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I tried running my own web shop for some time... but then realized it'd probably be easier, much easier, if I didn't do everything myself. Enter Etsy!Yay!  

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Featured in NOW Magazines Gift Guide

Featured in NOW Magazine's Gift Guide

tweek was featured in NOW Magazine's gift guide! How exciting! A first for me in printed media. Eeee!

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Appetite for Reconstruction

Appetite for Reconstruction

Wow! I can't believe my DVD debut is actually fit for my parents to watch. Here's how two crafters and an independent video company created a true D.I.Y. craft DVD.

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