Make lovely cloth napkins out of your worn oxford shirts -- not only will they look great on your dinner table, but they'll also reduce the need for paper products. Marthastewart, Dresses Shirts, Men Shirts, Dinners Tables, Old Shirts, Martha Stewart, Oxfords Napkins, Oxfords Shirts, Clothing Napkins
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Confetti-Sprinkled Linen Napkins Over on Design Mom, brightly colored pieces of fabric were turned into napkins. Then with a little gold fabric paint, they were given a whole lot of pizzazz! www.designmom.com...
Feedsack for the Fourth. To make these, cut 10" squares of material and edge with 1/2" double fold bias tape. You can customize the look using a bias tape maker and fabric of your choice. The bias tape shown above uses reproduction feedsack cottons by Windham Fabrics. Stay tuned this week for a free printable project, just in time for the Fourth!
Blue Shirt Pillows With this project, you can transform a button-down shirt with a torn sleeve or stained collar into a decorative throw pillow. Read more at Marthastewart.com: Sewing Projects and Crafts - Martha Stewart
Repurpose old sweaters or wool socks as candle cozies. Cut sleeves or socks to slip over glass candleholders and hem the edges to prevent fraying. Make the cozies a little bit shorter than the candleholder, to prevent the material from getting too close to the candle flame.