Sequin phrase sweatshirt DIY
20 Fun Fashion DIY Projects - A Beautiful Mess
"Silk screen printing is a bit intimidating at first, but it's easier than it looks and it's possible to set up a printing area in your own home for cheap. We'll show you how you can do it with a minimum amount of materials." Crafts Ideas, At Home Silk Screens, Silk Screens Prints, Stuff Ideas, Bit Intimidating, Simple Guide, Diy, Prints Tshirt, How To Screens Prints
Sew Country Chick: fashion sewing and DIY: DIY Tribal Leather Feather Earrings
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love these pieces by UK based artist Sarah Walton… her squiggly embroidery, those floopy hounds, and a whole bunch of crazy/vintage floral patterns. Um, I have nothing else to say, as I am currently experiencing some kind of jealousy overload. Artists Sarah, Jealous Curator, Curator Contemporary, The Artists, Sarahwalton, Contemporary Art, Sarah Walton, Line Drawing, Embroidery
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Easy wall graphic...could do with painters tape
it's a cinch bag in stripes and leather // true bias
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DIY Embellished Sweater Lace Sleeve
At first this looked really complicated, but the more I look at it, the more I think we could do this. The hardest part would probably be getting the nails in an outline of Tennessee, but we can trace it on the wood and go from there. Who's with me?! Decor, Wall Art, Heart, Diy Crafts, Crafty, Texas, String Art, Cool Ideas, Nails
Nail + string. Make it for your state with your heart in the city of choice.
cool idea for re-doing an old sweater. If only I had an old sweater...
These five embroidery stitches are a great place to start. From top to bottom: blanket stitch, split stitch, stem stitch, back stitch, chain stitch.
I'll definitely make more of these. It's my favorite no-brainer dishcloth pattern, and there's nothing like its little garter-stitch bumps for scrubbing glassware. Favorite Dishcloth, Knits Crochet, Grandma Favorite, Grandmother'S Favorite, Knits Pattern, Grandmother Favorite, Knitting Pattern, Dishcloth Pattern, Knits Dishcloth
Grandmother's Favorite Dishcloth