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Turn your fabric scraps into twine

My Poppet – Scrapbusting: Handmade Scrap Fabric Twine

What Does the Fox Say? Crochet Coffee Sleeve Pattern | Chaos & Love -- okay, this is actually pretty cute.

Nice tutorial for a cute little card holder. I really need to make a new case for my business cards--the lime green faux-croc one I have now is rather hideous and SO not me.

Granny armrest: I would do this in a heartbeat if I could think of any way to keep the cats from constantly pulling it off (the way they do now). Our sofa could stand for some jazzing up.

I really need to started adding a "hooray crochet" tag to my Etsy goods, but I've been hesitant to order 10,000 of them. This is an excellent solution.

Nice round up of scrap fabric projects, with none of those stupid "yo yo" things in sight.

This is a pretty little pattern. Wonder if my MIL would like it...?

Free Pattern: Waffle Cone Slouchy Hat. This is very pretty. I don't actually wear hats, but I love making them, so I'll add this to my pattern collection. :)

Hmm, this might be fun--Christmas ornaments for coworkers?

Modern #DIY tabletop trees! - these are really cute. Time to go to the craft store!

The Purl Bee strikes again. These are very cute.

Arts and Crafts adaptation Blue Leaf Wreath Cross by Whoopicat, $5.99 -- This is so gorgeous, exactly the sort of thing I want to decorate our house with.

What an adorable little keychain. It would also make a cute zipper pull for a little pouch or notions bag.

how to make a simple pincushion from a vintage hankerchief. I love vintage embroidery, but I never buy it because I don't know what to do with it. here's one idea...

How to make a simple square pincushion... | kootoyoo

Tutorial for a cute little boxy pouch with a zipper. Bonus: uses less than one fat quarter!

I am almost certain that needle felting is something I'd be terrible at, and yet--ugh, it's so cute.

Zip-Itself Tetrahedron Coin Purse - definitely over-ambitions. Definitely cool.

I bought all four can designs the minute I saw them in Target. (Of course I did.) Now they're just waiting to be immortalized with the right project. This might be a start.

I'm not a fan of the studs, but Lord knows I love me some faux bois. (In fact, I already have some wood grain contact paper waiting to be plastered on every available surface.)