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BOXER SHORTS how-to Jockey shorts are a no-no but boxers are a capital YES. No longer relegated to the underwear department, boxer shorts are everywhere. Teens wear them with T-shirts, men and women wear them for sleep shorts and athletes wear them for playing basketball. Boxers are easy to make, requiring only one pattern piece, and no fitting. So ditch those tighty-whities and embrace a new style of colourful drawers today!
Show your love in buttons with this one-of-a-kind wall hanging. As with all my button creations, I do not use glue. Each button is sewn into place by hand. I then attach the fabric and button letter to a 5"x7" canvas and join them together. This wall hanging measures approximately 10"x14".
Have a few fabric scraps lying around? I mean those little scraps that you've been saving for years. Well, you were right. There is a good use for them. Almost any fabric or leather can be knotted, rolled, padded, or wrapped into decorative shapes you can use anywhere that you'd use ordinary beads or buttons. @Niki Lavin
Almost any fabric or leather can be knotted, rolled, padded, or wrapped into decorative shapes you can use anywhere that you'd use ordinary beads or buttons. You can string them into necklaces or stitch them, make them hard as rocks or leave them soft, and embellish them all you want with additional stitches, beads, and other surface effects.