These handmade pillows show off details made from three types of wool.
A simple wool throw embellished with suede fringe becomes a stylish and handy accent in your family room.
This easy-to-make cover is created simply by sewing strips around a center piece to form concentric rectangles.
A trio of pillowcases incorporates sweater bodies, sleeves, and waistbands.
The frames of these rectangular mirrors are smartly outfitted in midnight-blue velvet ribbon.
This fluffy rug, so welcoming to bare feet, is made from hundreds of strips of denim.
These beeswax candles won't melt -- they're actually cylindrical glass vases disguised as the real thing.
Warm up an inexpensive unfinished stool. We painted them black and covered them with a foam disk and a circle of soft suede.
A simple fabric cover adds a warm touch and refinishes an old wooden headboard (and footboard) without requiring any scraping, sanding, or painting.
This inexpensive and easy rug is perfect for an entryway. It is a welcome place for feet that have been freed of wet or snowy boots.
For artful paperweights, smooth stones are wrapped with colorful string or felted with brightly dyed roving, which is combed, unspun wool with an exceptionally soft feel.
Ivory, butter, and marigold dots dance across a medium-weight wool blanket, adding subtle color and playfulness.
Keep your knitting essentials in an attractive basket -- made out of a worn-in Aran sweater.
Subtler than graphics, textural accents give pillow covers a decorative extra without being distracting.
A simple technique lets you turn any expanse of pretty fabric into a welcoming coverlet. We used a vintage tablecloth.
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I love the idea of the fluffy denim rug, but would really like to see a picture of the final project before I start ripping up my jeans.
I love the idea of using sweaters to make slip covers! This is the perfect use for that short stack of too-big sweaters I have in my closet!
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