Sustainable Sewing and Home Textile Waste - Green in Real Life
Sustainable sewing and reducing home sewing textile waste. How to be a more eco-conscious sewist or crafter (but still have fun!) and lower household waste.
How to Make a Patchwork Recycled T-Shirt Quilt - Green in Real Life
How to sew a patchwork t-shirt quilt. Give your old t-shirts a new life by recycling them into a cosy DIY comforter, blanket, or (in our case) pet bed.
Braided Bracelets and Boho Jewelry from Vintage Handkerchiefs
Vintage handkerchiefs are easy to upcycle into boho bracelets or vintage inspired jewelry with this easy tutorial, especially if they're damaged or flawed!
Blog — Blue Corduroy
Blue Corduroy is a small business that sells handmade sun hats and other accessories. Homeschool and simple, natural beach living on California's Central Coast.
Rustic Farmhouse Centerpiece
Take a couple of reclaimed 1x2 boards and build a simple rustic farmhouse centerpiece using some miniature jars and leaf tendrils.
How To Make A Gorgeous Recycled Jean Planter
Upcycle some denim and tin cans to make a unique and gorgeous recycled jean planter. Using the seams and hems of jeans creates a beautiful indigo pattern.
Unique and Awesome DIY Upcycle Jean Projects - The Cottage Market
These Unique and Awesome DIY Upcycle Jean Projects are going to totally inspire you to create something fabulous! So many choices!
How to Sew a Scrappy Pet Leash - free sewing tutorial — SewCanShe Free Sewing Patterns Tutorials
Sew up a new leash for your favorite pet - it’s sew easy! All you need is some fabric scraps, a bit of interfacing, and a lobster claw clasp. I pieced lots of squares together for my leash, but you an also use a single long strip of fabric
DIY Sweater Hat, Gloves, & Scarf Upcycle - Jennifer Maker
Brr, it’s chilly outside! Sweater hats and sweater gloves and sweater scarfs to the rescue! Why sweaters? Anyone who has seen my sweater coats (autumn sweater coat, winter sweater coat, and spring sweater coat) knows how much I love to play with old sweaters. I’ve been collecting sweaters for a while now and I have quite...Read More »
Free Crochet Basket Pattern Made With Dollar Store Twine
Combine cheap utilitarian twine (from Dollar Tree!) and a thrifted leather belt to create a raw, yet sophisticated home decor piece a la West Elm or Anthropologie. This free crochet basket pattern is exceptionally easy to make with only single crochet stitches and can be customized to any size. Click for the free pattern and photo tutorial.