diy chain cutoffs

I’m LOVING how many fashion DIY projects are all over the web. I’m excited about this one from Park & Cube, showing you how to get the look of those Wang chained up cutoffs. Head over there to learn how it’s done!

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Berit -Dec 29, 2009, 5:10PM
Heh, so easy but good idea;)
carlen -Jan 23, 2009, 3:34AM
these are so great!!!

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We had lots of requests for a Valentine Swap, so here it is! Sign up, I’ll match you with a partner, you make your partner a Valentine gift, they make you one, and you both have a happy Valentine’s Day.
Sign up here.
Sign up is open for one week only, so spread the news to fellow crafty friends so we can get as many people involved in the week. Get your creative juices flowing and I’ll send you your partner’s info next week, and of course the craft will be “due” on (around) February 14th.
Here are some past Vday swap flickr groups for some ideas. Here and here.

Jen Parker -Feb 04, 2011, 1:38AM
My son and I just made some great cards with his photo and candy. I love DIY projects that mean more because you make them yourself. http://jenparkerphotography.wordpress.com/2011/02/03/i-heart-valentines-day-still/
fpgirl -Feb 13, 2009, 10:10AM
Hi Lauren. Yes! there is a flickr group. Here is the link: http://www.flickr.com/groups/fpvalentine09

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I am just falling in love with Carbon Couture, especially with her crafty ways of creating fashion accessories! Shown above are some cool tassel earrings from the Marc Jacobs Spring 2009 collection, and below are the earrings she made to look just like them! I love it! See here on her blog to create your own with her easy instructions!
Also, a while ago, she made a how-to for this Dries Van Noten bracelet that is really great if you’re in the mood!

Yay Carbon Couture!

sparkleball!

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So pretty, and so colorful! Don’t you love these sparkleballs? It may be after the Holidays but I would still like to make one! Would you? Learn how here, and see more neat pictures here!

Sparkleball Lady -Mar 16, 2009, 1:17PM
pruitt fpgirl ! Thank you so much for spreading the word about and joy of sparkleballery. Everybody needs a little more sparkle in his/her life!
Kerrin -Jan 19, 2009, 11:22AM
These are nothing short of enchanting! What fun! Thank you so much for sharing with us...I will now go hunting for leftover christmas lights and see what I can put together. Thank you for the idea; once again Free People gives us some fabulous creative inspiration. :] ~Kerrin

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Don’t you love these scarf how-to pictures? I am always at a loss of how to wear my cute scarves, and I can’t wait to try these styles out! You can see all of the pictures right here! There are a lot of them!
Via Design Dig.

Shauna Chapman -Jan 16, 2009, 8:10PM
Fab! I'm wondering if I'm too young to pull off Option 2. Option 4 is quite Boho. 5 is universal elegance.

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Ever since I saw these pin cushions on Bettyjoy, I have been desperate to get one! Aren’t they so cool? They are made by Naori Priestly. I could probably make one, right? I just don’t know that it would look as good as Naori’s do!

Jill -Jan 14, 2009, 6:38PM
These are great! I have just been inspired! (the best part is- I really could use a pin cushion!)

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Jasmine of our sweater design team continues our knitting lessons in this third installment of Learning to Knit with Jasmine! This time, Jasmine shows us how to make a popcorn stitch, also known as baubles, for a more festive and interesting look! And if you missed episode 1 or episode 2, be sure to check them out! They’ll get you all caught up and ready to make baubles! Yay!

Morgan -Nov 28, 2012, 4:01PM
Please please please put more knitting blogs!!!!
Audrey -Dec 23, 2010, 12:55AM
Please bring lean how to knit back!!!

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belt diy

I really love this idea for updating a plain old leather belt. This particular belt looks cool with the eyelet details. I like the way it looks when the leather splits.
Head over to Bleach Black for the details! (I also recommend reading the first comment on her entry:)

Dallas -Jan 12, 2009, 12:37PM
love this!, on my way to try it right now! dallas http://dillydallas.blogspot.com

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cute & tough

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I am just loving these quilts by Quiltsrÿche! I love the colors, and I especially love the guitar, speaker, and skull on the alphabet quilt! I feel really inspired to keep working on my quilt! See more of her fun and kind of hard-core quilts here!
Via.

delaney demott -Jan 10, 2009, 10:03AM
did you see the quilts of Gee's Bend up at the PMA? So amazing!
Lisa Marie -Jan 09, 2009, 4:51PM
I love these! Great spin on an old classic.

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Barbara of Bobbi Clothes teaches you how to make a simple loom and a beautiful hand woven scarf or belt from scraps of fabric. I love how she connects the pieces of fabric and how hand touched the finished piece looks. It’s also cool way to recycle your extra bits instead of trashing them.
And how inspiring does her studio look?
Check out Threadbanger for more crafty tutorials

Can you believe Brother’s snazzy new sewing machine? The QuattroT 6000D features a HD screen where a bird’s eye, zoomed-in view of the needle and its surroundings are displayed. It also has a LED light for the sewing platform. They haven’t announced the price yet, (I bet it’s crazy!) but you can check out a little more about the machine here on Brother’s website. I never thought I’d see a personal sewing machine with a screen!

Remember the super pretty hair wraps our stylist Monica did for the December catalog? Well we recently made a little video in which Monica shows us how we can make the hair wraps too!
To my delight, I got to have my hair be the example, so I had awesome wraps in my hair for a while! It was so fun! You guys should definitely try it! Find the tutorial below – enjoy!

Raine -Dec 19, 2013, 1:39PM
Oh I really want to watch this but it says the video is not available? It says it doesn;t exist anymore, and I desperately want to watch this--I love hair wraps. And now the site tells me I am posting comments too quickly, but this is the first comment I have ever posted!
Lizzy Smith -Apr 07, 2011, 9:53AM
Also, do you sell the products to do this or do you just show how to do it, I found this on easy but it doesn't seem to be a shop to buy from.

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