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Crafting and DIY

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Quick Quilt

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A simple technique lets you turn any expanse of pretty fabric into a welcoming coverlet. Here, a vintage floral linen tablecloth creates the top of the quilt, but any medium-weight fabric will work. We used a piece of linen in a complementary color to create the backing and border. 
Materials
  • Basic sewing supplies
  • Fabric for top of quilt
  • Cotton batting (cut to the same size as the top fabric)
  • Medium-weight linen (about 2 inches longer on all sides than the top fabric)
  • Embroidery floss (for tufting)
  • Embroidery needle
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Mussel Shell Wreath

Steps:3
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Picture-Frame Photo Box

Steps:4
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Mint Chandelier

Steps:3
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Nautical Knobs

Steps:5
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Felt Cases

Steps:5
Other Ideas:
Good Things, Sewing
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Hopscotch Mat

Days of winter weather can make kids stir-crazy. When cabin fever strikes, clear some floor ...
Days of winter weather can make kids stir-crazy. When cabin fever strikes, clear some floor space and roll out an indoor hopscotch mat. This ancient British game was used for military training exercises at the time of the Roman Empire; kids eventually became its most passionate devotees, because it's just plain fun.
Source:Martha Stewart Kids, 2001
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