A realistic goal for a beginning upholstery class is to choose something VERY simple. There's plenty to discover about shape, padding, working the fabric, securing the fabric, tools and furniture structure with a simple kitchen chair or side… Continue Reading
You can't imagine my joy when I read the ApartmentTherapy LA post today informing us that felt showed up as a sure trend at ICFF. For so many reasons, felt is fabulous! It's natural, insulative, easy to sew, easy to mold, comes in various thicknesses and colors and it doesn't fray or… Continue Reading
Congratulations to our winners, and thanks for everyone who entered to win this amazing paper. And of course, stay tuned for more cool giveaways and contests coming up soon!
Have a product you'd like promote through a Curbly giveaway? Let us know about it: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel had some fabric, and needed a project. Rachel eats cereal, and needed a reuse for the boxes. Get where she's going with this...?
"I decided that some funky, colorful storage bins were just the ticket. I really wanted these bins to be as “green” as I could make them, so I brainstormed with my fellow urban-nesters, as we often do, to find a way to construct these by repurposing something from around the house. We… Continue Reading
- Moth Repellant
- Shoe Freshener
Washcloth for soap scraps
- Hot Pack
- Draft Dodger
- Drink Cozy
- Dolly Dresses
- Broom Buddy
1. It cost under $100.00
2. This one is sized for a queen size bed
3. The slides are a little out of order so start around the 5th photo or so.
4. The hangers in the photo are WONDERFUL and easy to use.
UPDATE: GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. WE'LL ANNOUNCE THE WINNER ON MONDAY.
This week we're giving away something really special: two sets of unique, hand-made marbled paper (retail value: $50 each). Each set includes five sheets marbled by Minneapolis book and paper artist Lin Lacy.
This stuff is gorgeous; it's ready to frame and hang on your… Continue Reading
The secret of this little project is a safety can opener. You pop off the BOTTOM of the can and leave the pop top in place for your recipient to open. Clever, huh? To make one or some (they'd be really cute as favors for showers and such) of your own, you'll need the… Continue Reading