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* THE COUNTRY CHIC COTTAGE (DIY, Home Decor, Crafts, Farmhouse) - The Country...

* THE COUNTRY CHIC COTTAGE (DIY, Home Decor, Crafts, Farmhouse) - The Country...

pelote de fil avec t shirt Reader Blair liked our t-shirt yarn dishcloths, but had a major question about t-shirt yarn: "So I don’t know how when one piece of yarn ends, to begin again with a new one… Does that make sense? Someone please email me.and tell me!" Well, Blair, I'll do you one better and write a whole post about it! How do you turn t-shirts into yarn, and then attach the ends? There are a few common methods for making t-shirt yarn. This seems to be the most common method for cutting a t-shirt into yarn, and it also seems the most time-economical. When you get to the end of one piece of yarn you can attach it like this: 1. Amanda's Happy Hearth shows how you can attach yarn ends simply by stitching through the ends of the t-shirts. 2. Another way to attach ends is by just tying the ends together in a square knot (if you don’t mind the nubs in your finished project), or just twist them together when you are crocheting or knitting to create a more seamless join. 3. T-shirt Yarn Craft Project Ideas: 1. 2.

Doodle Craft... Craft Cart and a Craft Room Tour! - The Country Chic Cottage I wanted to share the craft cart I added to my craft room along with a new video tour of my entire space. It has been a year since I showed the place I work everyday and I thought y’all might be interested to see the changes. You can also see more than 25 spaces below that will inspire you to have you very own space for creating the things you love. I have wanted one of these carts from Ikea for a long, long time. We recently had a store open in Memphis so I was able to make the trek to get the cart and add it to my space. I used my Silhouette to cut vinyl for the front. Each layer of the cart contains mostly things I use daily. I did reserve the bottom for incoming projects that have not been completed yet. Want to see the rest of my space? Error loading player: No playable sources found Want to see pictures instead of a video? I am also joining in the craft room tours with the lovely ladies from Snap! There are over 25 great craft rooms and workspaces to tour below.

Recycler et crocheter des sacs plastique ! En premier lieu avant de crocheter du plastique, il faut confectionner des pelotes de façon à pouvoir crocheter votre plastique comme vous le feriez avec de la laine. A partir de là, vous pourrez crocheter toutes sortes de choses et pratiquer l'art du crochet exactement comme avec de la vraie laine. Source : Isabelle Kessedjian - Voir tuto crocheter du plastique Avec des poches plastique on peut crocheter d'autres sacs plastique. 1 - Source : Filles du Facteur - Voir sac plastique recyclé 2 - Source : Le Fil Bohème - voir sac plastique crocheté En recyclant vos sacs plastique, vous pouvez créer toutes sortes de choses. 1 - Source : Vrac à Jo - voir créations en sacs plastique 2 - Source : Maison.com - voir sac crocheté plasqtique Pour recycler des poches plastique on peut aussi crocheter de jolies panières.. 1 - Source : Idée créative - Voir le tuto panière plastique 2 - Source : Filles du facteur - voir créations sacs plastique Des sacs recyclés 100 % récup du marché de St Jeoire.

Felt Flower Scarf Tutorial Thank you for all of the sweet love on my Felt Flower Scarf! Really, my goodness, I didn't expect so many people to be interested in it. I'm happy to share this tutorial for you on how to make one of your own! Materials needed: 1/2 yard of 72" Felt or Felted Wool (this measurement is to be safe... but you'll end up with some extra here for sure.) Let's get started shall we? 1. Start by cutting your long scarf piece. Now, cut a scallop around the edge of your long scarf piece. Next, circle cutting mania. Each flower will have 6 circles. DO NOT spend the time cutting out perfect circles. Now scallop all of the circles. 2. Stack your 5 largest circles. Take your knotted needle and thread and come up through the stack of circles just off-center. Now go back down through the stack about 1/2 inch away, on the other side of center. Pull very tightly, you will see this gathers your flower up. Now make an X. Tie a few strong knots, but do not cut your thread. This is how your flower will look so far. 3.

Framed Skeleton Keys Instead of paying $99 for framed skeleton keys, Angie from The Country Chic Cottage suggests stalking secondhand stores to make these beauties at a fraction of the cost. A mere fraction of the cost. Like $7 for two instead of $200! Angie pulled it off by pairing a set of reproduction skeleton keys she found at the flea market with thrift store frames. I love how they came out! Angie was inspired by the Key Shadow Box Collection from Restoration Hardware. Check out Angie’s DIY wall art at The Country Chic Cottage. Mini carnet en origami Pour bien commencer l'année, un p'tit peu d'origami : ça vous tente ? Je me rends compte que cela faisait un petit moment qu'il n'y en avait pas eu sur le blog : erreur réparée. Aujourd'hui, donc, voici la technique qui vous permettra de réaliser un mini carnet à glisser dans votre petit sac à main. Vous pourrez y noter tout ce qui vous passe pas la tête et même vos bonne résolutions pour ne pas les oublier. Le matériel nécessaire : - du papier A4 blanc (le classique) - une paire de ciseaux - un mini massicot (en option) - un pistolet à colle - du joli papier : origami, scrap et même du fabric tape ( enfai t, ce que vous avez sous la main). - du papier épais ( selon la couverture que vous réalisez). Les étapes de fabrication : a) Les pages du carnet : 1) Découpez des bandes de papier de même longueur et largeur avec une paire de ciseaux ou un massicot. 2) Prenez une bande et pliez-la en 2 dans le sens de la longueur. 3) Pliez-la ensuite en 2 dans le sens de la largeur. b) la couveture :

How Joyful | Design. Tutorials. Sewing. DIY. Recipes. Crafts. A blog by Joy Kelley DIY: Wearable words When I was looking around for tutorials on making paper beads, I found some really striking "book beads" and accessories, now collected in this post. I understand (after all the browsing) that you can make really durable "beads" easily ... very little time, skill or money required. Woohoo! Who doesn't need more jewelery? (UPDATE 6/12: See the follow up post for more wordy accessories) First, this wonderful necklace. Inexpensive, easy scrap-paper earrings? Need a little more inspiration?

Honeybee Vintage: pillowcase challenge I found this cute pillowcase a while back and I even paid a whole dollar for it! I know..what a splurge:) I went back and forth about what to do with it. At first I was going to make an apron and oven mitt set for the Little Miss...but I decided I wanted to be selfish and make something for myself:) I started a new Bible study for moms at our church...so I decided my bible could use a cute cover:) This could also work for any other book you want to dress up. I so would have done this with all my textbooks in college if I knew how to sew back then! Materials: pillowcase (or about 2/3yd of fabric...depending on the size of your book) matching thread iron 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Put your book in. Here is the back of the cover with my pocket for papers, pens, or my daughter's childcare receipt which I always manage to lose when it's time to pick her up! The front of the cover still looked a little boring...so it needed something. Total Price: $1.00

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