Here’s a post on DIY Dip Chairs. Looks like an easy and stylish way to add pizazz to a boring chair or table. Check out the post to see how to do it.
Hey look, you can crochet pot holders using this pattern. I like them–they would make a great gift. The color possibilities are endless.
Here’s a tutorial for how to make an Eames-inspired mobile out of wooden spheres and wire. Very modern looking! I love it.
This is a great idea: Make Your Own Beer Tasting Flight. You need wood, a 2 1/8″ drill bit, glue, clamps, and 5 oz beer glasses.
Pretty cool. It would make a great gift, too.
Anthropologie is such an overpriced store, but often has great design for those high prices. Here are 38 Anthropologie Hacks that shows you how to make your own Anthropologie-inspired project yourself.
It’s Father’s Day already! Didn’t we just have Mother’s Day?
Here’s a round-up of Father’s Day posts for your last-minute perusal:
Happy Father’s Day.
Here’s a tutorial on how to make a roll-up sunbather out of towels, stuffing, and fabric.
Looks great. Just in time for summer too.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, here’s how to make your own cupcake bouquet.
Turn Star Wars sheets into this cute dress. Devon got the sheet from Target, but it would be even better if you had a vintage Star Wars sheet in good condition. (Unlikely, I know.)
She also makes a good point about sewing with sheets:
This whole project has made me realize that, while sometimes lower quality and a little Scarlett O’Hara, sheets are a completely viable option for sewing material. They are basically huge hunks of quilting weight woven fabric that cost less than fabric by the yard. And it’s not just ridiculous themed kids sheets. There are tons of gorgeous vintage sheets listed on Etsy that would make beautiful dresses and other garments.
Check out this free Red Fox Phone Cozy Pattern. This would be a quick and easy crochet project, and a great gift. Fits Droid, iPhone, and iPod, among others.