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The Kenneth King Hem - fabulous technique for a tiny hem..

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DIY Tuffed Headboard

Table top made of broken china dishes! This site is a wealth of information on broken china mosaics

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hand made button hole technique... My mother taught me this and it really is not hard!

A loose-weave wool (or crocheted with wool) but with the hood and applique Celtic designs down the front & edges.

Finishing Sewing Techniques

one-woman hem-marking device, from threads magazine

A long pincushion attached to a quilted mat that goes under the sewing machine. Quiets the noise and shaking, and gives you a handy place for pins.

Pinner said...good info for sewing lace and tulle! I wish I had this when I did veils for weddings!

Button sewing technique…

How To Sew On A Button | Step By Step Visual Guide | Sewing On Buttons #styletips #menstyle #guide #infographic

Glitter in salt shakers

To all the new mommies! Fill a glove w/beans, pearled barley, etc, give a few pats with it and slip quietly away. I may have to remember this...interesting

Do-It-Yourself Car Detailing to replace a cracked iphone screen for under $10.00... Just in case I ever need to...I'll be glad I pinned this.

To get long, thick, super soft hair: massage organic coconut oil in your hair 2-4 times a week (leave in 10-25 mins) wash out with shampoo. Do this until hair is growing and healthy (no split-ends) and reduce to 2-4 times a month. Works amazingly!!

Shoe box + toilet paper tubes (and/or paper towel tube pieces) = storage for pens and other office/art supplies.

turning cereal boxes into drawer organizers!

DIY cooler- cut a noodle and tie a rope through it, around a Rubbermaid bin. this is literally so smart.