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Knitted Stool with Nubby Seat

Steps:6
Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY, Yarn
"Benchwarmer" has no negative connotations here. Soft, bulky yarn makes comfortable woolen covers for wooden stools. These call for a slight variation on the simple rectangle: Each cover is shaped like a cross with very short arms that are then folded down and stitched to make the corners.
Materials
  • Size 13 needles
  • 2 skeins yarn
  • Synthetic batting cut to seat size
  • 24-inch saddle-seat stool
  • Stapler
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Knitted Stool with Black Feet

Steps:6
Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY, Yarn
"Benchwarmer" has no negative connotations here. Soft, bulky yarn makes comfortable woolen covers for wooden stools. These call for a slight variation on the simple rectangle: Each cover is shaped like a cross with very short arms that are then folded down and stitched to make the corners.
Materials
  • Size 15 needles
  • 3 skeins bulky wool
  • Synthetic batting cut to seat size
  • 12 1/2-inch square step stool
  • Stapler
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Knitted Stool with Gray Feet

Steps:6
Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY, Yarn
"Benchwarmer" has no negative connotations here. Soft, bulky yarn makes comfortable woolen covers for wooden stools. These call for a slight variation on the simple rectangle: Each cover is shaped like a cross with very short arms that are then folded down and stitched to make the corners.
Materials
  • Size 17 needles
  • 3 skeins lofty wool yarn
  • 18-inch saddle-seat stool
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Homemade Sachets

Steps:3
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Bedroom, Closets, Good Things
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Hanger Sachets

Steps:5
It's always nice to have clothes that smell sweet. And it's easy enough to achieve this with just some fabric and a few cedar blocks or pouches of lavender. These sachets can be hung over a hanger in the closet to infuse your entire wardrobe with their fresh aroma.
Materials
  • 14-by-20-inch piece of loose-weave, breathable fabric, such as fine cotton gauze
  • Bone folder or chopstick
  • 1/4-inch linen tape
  • Cedar blocks or muslin pouches filled with lavender
  • Hanger
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