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Apr 15

williswoodworks:

Table all finished… Mahogany pedestal table with leaf leaf cherry bowl attached to top

williswoodworks:

Table all finished… Mahogany pedestal table with leaf leaf cherry bowl attached to top


Fortune Boat Lamp
you will need:
9 Fortune Boats (try mixing different colours)
1 stapler
1 small glass jar
1 small tealight or votive candle

Fortune Boat Lamp

you will need:

(Source: appleinmyheart)

"Remember that time…"

jackandhall:

I absolutely love this “memory jar” idea. Throughout the year, record special days or funny things that occurred onto slips of paper and store them in a jar. At the end of the year(or whenever you need a pick-me-up), read through them all and enjoy!

xxJack

The Happy Kate: Sassy Craftster -

the-happy-kate:

A simple mason jar offers an endless world of D.I.Y. opportunities and whether you’re a crafting vixen or a glue gun novice, this project is guaranteed to please the masses. The end product can serve as a stunning addition to any table setting or as an aesthetic update around your home.

tutorializer:

DIY Felt Flower Pillow
(via Felt Flower Pillow)

tutorializer:

DIY Felt Flower Pillow

(via Felt Flower Pillow)

ilovemyapartment:

Ruffles tutorial here!

ilovemyapartment:

Ruffles tutorial here!

bonitapatterns:

Here goes a free pattern for a Croco-Flower.  It’s quite easy and gives you an interesting 3-D effect.  It can be worked in any yarn weight.  However, heavier weight yarns like worsted or bulky weights works best to give it a sturdier and nice texture.  Even the good ol’ Red Heart Super Saver works fine for this flower.  Enjoy it!
Designed by Lianka Azulay
Ch 7, join with sl st in first ch to form a ring. 
Rnd 1: * ch 10, sl st in next ch, rep from * around, join with sl st in first ch – (7 ch-10 loops)
Rnd 2: [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in first ch-10 sp * [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in next ch-10 sp, rep from * around, join with sl st in first sc. Fasten off. – (7 petals)
Finishing: Attach a 1” button sewn through the center of the flower.You may also sew Croco-Flower on a brooch setting so it is removable.
© Bonita Patterns

bonitapatterns:

Here goes a free pattern for a Croco-Flower.  It’s quite easy and gives you an interesting 3-D effect.  It can be worked in any yarn weight.  However, heavier weight yarns like worsted or bulky weights works best to give it a sturdier and nice texture.  Even the good ol’ Red Heart Super Saver works fine for this flower.  Enjoy it!

Designed by Lianka Azulay

Ch 7, join with sl st in first ch to form a ring.

Rnd 1: * ch 10, sl st in next ch, rep from * around, join with sl st in first ch – (7 ch-10 loops)


Rnd 2: [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in first ch-10 sp * [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in next ch-10 sp, rep from * around, join with sl st in first sc. Fasten off. – (7 petals)

Finishing: Attach a 1” button sewn through the center of the flower.You may also sew Croco-Flower on a brooch setting so it is removable.

© Bonita Patterns

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scissorsandthread:

Spike Necklace DIY | Phosphene
I’m super addicted to studs at the moment! I love that this necklace is tough yet dainty. Is that possible? Well it is so there! I have no idea where to get studs in Adelaide though - I think I might be able to find the flatish square ones at Spotlight but I’m not sure about the spikey studs. But I really need this necklace, so I’m prepared to go on a quest to find them (with help from my Adelaidian friends?!)

scissorsandthread:

Spike Necklace DIY | Phosphene

I’m super addicted to studs at the moment! I love that this necklace is tough yet dainty. Is that possible? Well it is so there! I have no idea where to get studs in Adelaide though - I think I might be able to find the flatish square ones at Spotlight but I’m not sure about the spikey studs. But I really need this necklace, so I’m prepared to go on a quest to find them (with help from my Adelaidian friends?!)

scissorsandthread:

Make Your Own Celia Birtwell Stencil Print Bag | The Observer
I love Celia Birtwell’s clothing, especially the collection she did for Topshop. The Observer has a ton of awesome DIYs by famous designers (more coming!) but this was my favourite. Also the stencil is a free download, woo! So pretty. And if you don’t have the skills or can’t be bothered sewing your own bag, you can get cotton bags all over the place. If you’re in Aus, I know you can get them for $2 from Lincraft! Cute and cheap!

scissorsandthread:

Make Your Own Celia Birtwell Stencil Print Bag | The Observer

I love Celia Birtwell’s clothing, especially the collection she did for Topshop. The Observer has a ton of awesome DIYs by famous designers (more coming!) but this was my favourite. Also the stencil is a free download, woo! So pretty. And if you don’t have the skills or can’t be bothered sewing your own bag, you can get cotton bags all over the place. If you’re in Aus, I know you can get them for $2 from Lincraft! Cute and cheap!