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Awesome {outdoor} REVERSIBLE table runner with removable POMS!!  |  View From The Fridge

Reversible Outdoor Table Runner ... with removable Pom Poms

Awesome {outdoor} REVERSIBLE table runner with removable POMS!! | View From The Fridge

This is a much better way to make the blankets.  Takes longer, but the result is so much nicer: no lumpy knots and it looks prettier

No Sew Fleece Blanket

This is a much better way to make the blankets. Takes longer, but the result is so much nicer: no lumpy knots and it looks prettier

How to Repurpose Your Heinous Christmas Sweaters into Useful Winter Hats and Mittens « Holidays

How to Repurpose Your Heinous Christmas Sweaters into Useful Winter Hats & Mittens

How to Repurpose Your Heinous Christmas Sweaters into Useful Winter Hats and Mittens « Holidays

I will never make a regular tie blanket again.

Here's How To Tie Anything And Everything

5 Minute No-Slip Dish Towel (I'm also in love with the pattern on the  towel)

5 Minute No-Slip Dish Towel (I'm also in love with the pattern on the towel)

Tuesday Tutorial: Skinny Simple Table Runner - The Polkadot Chair

Tuesday Tutorial: Skinny Simple Table Runner - The Polkadot Chair

A free sewing tutorial for a Skinny Simple Quilted Table Runner. A free sewing pattern for a table runner that uses fat quarters. Simple to Sew.

Simplified: 3 layers flannel (pre-washed, approx 1 yd each, 1 layer plain, 2 layers patterned), extra wide satin ribbon (approx 360" or 10 yds). Use a small drinking glass to trace an even rounded edge on all flannel layers, cut away square corners. Use a ruffler attachment to sew satin ruffle, sew to plain flannel layer. Iron hem on patterned layers, then stack (right sides out), pin, and sew.

Simplified: 3 layers flannel (pre-washed, approx 1 yd each, 1 layer plain, 2 layers patterned), extra wide satin ribbon (approx 360" or 10 yds). Use a small drinking glass to trace an even rounded edge on all flannel layers, cut away square corners. Use a ruffler attachment to sew satin ruffle, sew to plain flannel layer. Iron hem on patterned layers, then stack (right sides out), pin, and sew.

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