I found this and thought I'd share since I see a lot of you ask about labeling your garments and anything you might make to sell. I am concerned about applying paint thinner to synthetics - so please do a test before you try this on ANY FABRIC. Please don't send me a photo of a ruined project. ;)
I stumbled on this photo of this sofa and wondered how exactly they were able to create a stable "framework" using these pillows so that it keeps it's shape. This is a neat idea, but I do wonder if it actually works.…
Bread Bag Tutorials:
Wrapping fresh bread in ordinary kitchen towels is an excellent way to keep it nice and fresh throughout the day. This is a very quick, easy, inexpensive, and useful craft item. If you don’t bake your own bread, these bags are good storage for artisan breads you buy in a bakery as well. These bags would make nice housewarming gifts - of course with some fresh bread…Continue
Added by Susan on June 3, 2011 at 6:49am — No Comments
Sarah Greaves is a Manchester (UK) based artist who uses embroidery to graffiti on to every day objects. The debut solo exhibition of what Sarah has called "embroidered graffiti" is to show a very different sort of needlework to the sewing and samplers that many would associate with the art form. This art exhibit is a must see.
Click the image below to see this incredible embroidery art form: