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DIY Felt Castle Over A Table Tutorial *Tutorial by Christy @ Inklings & Yarns for her win of the For the Boys challenge of season 14* First, I want to thank everyone who voted for my “Castle Fit for Little Kings” in round two. I had such a good time making this, and hope the following tutorial brings you (and your little ones) lots of fun! Be sure to visit my blog, www.inklingsandyarns.com for more great projects!
20 Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners If you are new to sewing, finding sewing projects for beginners can be a very daunting task. That’s why we have rounded up easy sewing projects and ideas to get you started. From fashion accessories to home decor, you’re sure to find your next sewing project in this collection! 1. Zipper Card Pouch Too many cards for a wallet to handle? DIY: Tablecloth Play Tent My children have the day off from public school today (Happy Martin Luther King, Jr day!) and one of their favorite things to do is to make forts – what kid doesn’t? Knowing how much they love them, I made them a play tent in our dining room in the shape of a white tablecloth, complete with delightfully sweet curtained windows and a door for access too. Who says dining rooms are just for eating?
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