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Great ways to utilize fabric scraps. Wall art, key fobs, wreaths, and garland. that map would be such a cool thing to do if you got the piece of fabric used from each respective state

Love the map! Great ways to utilize fabric scraps. Wall art, key fobs, wreaths, and garland. that map would be such a cool thing to do if you got the piece of fabric used from each respective state

DIY Fabric Wrapped BraceletThis is an excellent fabric and bead... | TrueBlueMeAndYou: DIYs for Creative People | Bloglovin’

DIY Fabric Wrapped BraceletThis is an excellent fabric and bead stash buster project. All you need for this DIY is memory wire, scrap fabric or ribbon, and beads and charms for added embellishment. Here are a few of Umelecky’s DIY Bracelets wrapped.

DIY Lace Doily Bowl - Perfect DIY to hold jewlery from Tanner Bell

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Hang a bunch from the ceiling just like so. | Community Post: 20 Creative Ways To Use Embroidery Hoops

This is perfect for a retail window or store display! Love the diffused light here - TO DO: Use vellum, or light colored/painted silk scarves/fabric. Stretch it between your embroidery hoops! Use fishing line or twine to hang, super easy display window.

Rag Rug Instructions (No-Sewing!)--Little House in the Suburbs

Rag Rug Instructions (No-Sewing!)--Little House in the Suburbs. This is a real life rug, but I think I could make a miniature version from ravelled bunka. You usually see these in round shapes, not rectangular.

All New Tutorial: How To Make A Sewn Fabric + Rope Basket!

We love making these and at our quilt shop our clothes line is very inexpensive

Seriously, is there anything Mod Podge CAN'T do?

Not written by FunSpree: handmade gift series / fabric wrapped wooden spoon set! Totally cool way to jazz up the kitchen or coordinate w a great recipe book to make a really unique, personalised gift!