Fabric and Sewing crafts

Easy fabric sun lounger
I have seen sun loungers similar to this on the Internet, but this design has a couple of practical and eco-friendly differences. First, I used old pillows for filling the sun lounger, and second, it has an adjustable back that allows you to set the angle you want to sit at. 
Make a cute and comfy baby mat
Basic sewing skills and some scraps of fabric are all that you need to make a cute and comfy mat for baby to play on. Filled with layers of soft batting, you can use this mat indoors and out. Spray with Rust-Oleum NeverWet fabric spray (to be launched later this month) and you can protect from spills and stains.
Make your own outdoor waterproof fabric
Now that I have finished my outdoor patio sofa I want to upholster in a navy bull denim. The only problem is that bull denim isn't waterproof, or stainproof for that matter. I still have some Rust-Oleum Never Wet left over from my breakfast table project and decided to conduct a test to see if it would make fabric waterproof fabric.
How to reupholster a love seat or sofa
There are hundreds, if not thousands of upholstery projects on the Internet. Some of these upholstery projects are so-so, some totally lack instructions that make any sense, and then there are a select few that provide detailed instructions that you can follow. With a view to showing you how easy re-upholstering furniture can be I decided to post a few projects for you to take a look at...
Colourful rope rag bowl
This colourful rope rag bowl is easy to make using scraps of fabric that you have lying around, old clothes, or pick up in the bargain bin at your local fabric store. Use your own made rope rag bowl on a patio table to add a splash of colour, in a children's bedroom for storing small toys, or just to add a splash of colour to a room setting.
Sew a three of playhouse tents
These three playhouse tents are made using a PVC pipe frame, a circular table and a couple of tension rods. The fabric is scraps from duvet covers, sheets and fabric offcuts, which means they cost practically nothing to make. All that's required is your sewing skills, some time on your hands, and a little patience.
Make a no-sew tablecloth
Discovering that my tablecloth had been decimated by fishmoths, I needed an urgent replacement for Christmas lunch. Not wanting to face the mad shoppers doing their last minute rush for gifts, I remembered a piece of fabric left over from one of our projects and, since there wasn't enough time to dig out the sewing machine - I frayed the edges to make a fringe.
Crochet a colourful rose rug
Use basic crochet to make a colourful rug for your home. This rose rug is made up of different coloured roses that are sewn together. You can make the rug in your choice of colours and as small or as large as you want.
Make a baby bean bag
Baby bean bags or bean chairs are a practical and comfy way to have your baby by your side. The built-in strap ensures that baby is safe at all times. We even managed to find instructions on how to make a baby bean bag.
Crochet a Mandala floor rug
Even if you have never used a crochet hook before, you're going to want to after seeing how easy it is to make a Mandala floor rug. Mandala means circular, and this large circular Mandala rug is made using t-shirt yarn, so start asking around for old clothes and get started!
It's a wrap - perfect for on or off the beach
You don't need fancy sewing skills to be able to make this summer wrap. Hats off to the designer of this summer wraparound for the simple design that makes dressing for the beach a wrap!

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Fabric wrapped coat hangers
Wrapping your plastic hangers in colourful fabric scraps gives them a refreshing and charming appeal. You can wrap them up roughly so that the loose threads are visible, or wrap them tightly for a cleaner look.
Decorative cushion with fabric or felt
These petal cushions from Pier 1 are just the thing for adding colour and texture to your lounge. You can use fabric or felt in colours to match your existing decor, or punch up the fun by adding bold, bright colours.
Decorative cushion cover with t-shirt scraps
Still hoarding last year's t-shirts, despite the fact that they are full of holes? Time to cut them up and make this decorative cushion cover. You can use a single t-shirt, or combine coloured t-shirts for an even more decorative effect.
Sewing patterns for soft toys & rag dolls
Quite a few of my readers who sew have requested sewing patterns for rag dolls and soft toys. I have found so many beautiful patterns and cute designs that I decided to share a few of these with you. You can order these patterns online for immediate download.
Sew easy to make your own cushions
Here's an affordable way to add a splash of colour and pattern to any room by making your own cushions. With their pretty patterned fronts and plain fabric backs, you can afford to make a selection of colourful cushions for your home.

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Add piping to dining chairs
Adding piping to dining chairs, or chairs with wooden frames, can be tricky and troublesome. But this technique is quick and easy and your chairs will look stunning with the addition of piping.
How to make a pom-pom rug
Here's a fun way to inject colour and texture into a room... with a pom-pom rug. Making pom-poms is quick and easy and you can use bought or leftover wool to make a whole bunch of colourful pom-poms - or choose a single colour for your pom-pom rug.
Choosing upholstery fabrics
When doing upholstery projects for DIY-Divas, I often receive enquiries as to what is the best fabric to use for particular projects. Upon choosing fabric for upholstery, you should be aware of its durability, cleanability, and resistance to fading. Here are a few tips to guide you in choosing the right upholstery fabric.
Cosy wigwam for winter play outdoors or teepee for indoor play
Chilly days don't mean that kids have to stay indoors. This warm wig-wam will keep them warm and snug and still let them enjoy their outdoor fun during the cooler days of the season.
Recover an armchair without a sewing machine
I stumbled across this post that shows how you can recover a really grubby armchair without using a sewing machine. The project uses sprayable adhesive that you will find at your local Builders Warehouse, where you will also find extremely affordable canvas dropcloths that you can use as the fabric.
How to make a cushion cover from an old jersey
Don't toss out your old sweaters or jerseys. If you can't donate them to someone in need, turn them into decorative cushion covers to add a warm texture to your winter living room or bedroom.

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Beautiful ideas for sweater cushion covers
Looking for ideas to transform an old sweater, jumper or jersey into a wonderful cushion cover? Here are some great ideas that you can put to use.
Re-cover or re-upholster a chair
By learning just a few basic upholstery techniques and methods you will be able to re-upholstery worn and faded pieces, or make your own pieces of upholstered furniture.
Basic upholstery supplies and accessories
A question that always pops up at our DIY Workshops, especially when doing upholstery projects, is where to buy upholstery supplies. There are several tools and accessories that make upholstery easier and provide a more professional finish. So here are some upholstery accessories, supplies and tools that you will definitely find useful.
Crochet giant doily rug
Joanne at Craft Passion shows how to make your own gorgeous doily rug using sash rope and a large crochet hook. A giant doily rug or floor mat is one of the most sought-after and you will find plenty of doily rugs on the Internet. The rug featured here is the nicest one that I have seen so far, and I hope Joanne doesn't mind my sharing with you...
Silk ribbon embroidery
Di van Niekerk is the author of ten books: Di van Niekerk’s Roses in Silk and Organza Ribbon, A Perfect World in Ribbon Embroidery & Stumpwork, Flower Fairies™ in Ribbon Embroidery & Stumpwork, Embroidered Alphabets with ribbon embroidery, amongst others. See some of Di's beautiful silk rose embroidery.
How to make a rug or dhurrie pouf
Pop over to West Elm and you will see these gorgeous dhurrie poufs. I think they are fantastic, but so is the price. They sell from around R2600 each - and that's without the shipping cost. Way too pricey for me. If you would like to make one of these dhurrie poufs, or find out how to make one using a rug, see below.

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Knit a giant blanket or throw
Giant knitting is the latest trend for home decor, and the bigger the knitting needles the better...! have only been able to find extra large knitting needles and these aren't big enough for some of the projects shown here, but it's easy enough to make your own knitting needles with pine dowels and sanding down one end to a blunt point.
Quick and easy piped cushions
Cushions are always the perfect fast and easy project. We designed a great trio of cushions: there's a 60cm x 60cm jumbo cushion, an all-around 50cm x 50cm cushion and a comfy 30cm x 50cm lumbar cushion.
How to make continuous t-shirt yarn
T-shirt yarn is great for recycling old t-shirts you never wear, and turning them into something more useful. By making your own t-shirt yarn you could then use the yarn to make rugs, bags and baskets, and even a pouf or two...!
Knit or crochet a pouf
Here is my first project for the new year. I have been dying to make one of these oversized poufes for ages and have just found the pattern for it on Etsy. Now all I need to do is collect enough t-shirts to make the yarn or plarn to make it... think it's time to raid closets and see what I can come up with.
Embroidered hoops as gifts and ornaments
Using embroidery hoops for embroidery is a craft that has been around for hundreds of years. The new take on this craft is to add felt and fabric to create mini works of art.
Make a car organiser
If you're driving down to the coast for holidays, or up north to visit relatives, this car organiser will ensure a smooth, 'whine-free' trip. The kids can pack all their toys away in the car organiser and they're easy to find without bothering mom or dad.

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How to crochet a lampshade
If I hadn't seen these beautiful crochet lampshades when writing this article I would have laughed. Who on earth would want a crochet lampshade? Now I am seriously considering making up a crochet lampshade for me dressing room. Not being good at crochet, it's going to be a bit of trial and error, but have seen so many other crafters making the attempt, there's no shame in trying.
How to make your own quilts
Quilts are a wonderful way to decorate a bedroom. You can incorporate a variety of fabrics, textures and colours in one go to match any style of room decor. They are also more personal than bought bedding and you can custom design a quilt as you wish.
Super-cuddly hooded towels
I just HAD to share these projects with you. A really cute way to sew up towels hooded towels that resemble monkeys, angry birds, a dinosaur and a ladybird... to cute! These hooded towels are easy to make, inexpensive and wonderful to use with little ones!
How to make continuous t-shirt yarn
An easy way to cut a continuous length of t-shirt yarn and then join together long lengths of t-shirt yarn in an almost invisible way. You can use this technique when making rag rugs or mats with crochet, a knitting fork, or with a handmade loom - see the November 12 issue of Home-Dzine Online.
A gift for the man who has everything!
If you have some basic sewing skills, this project shows how to make a pleather cover for golf clubs. Of course, you have the option to use pleather or leather, but remember to use the right sewing-machine needles for either one.
Learn how to knit... the basics
If you learn how to knit you can be creative in so many wonderful ways. A few basic stitches are really all that you need to know if you want to knit blankets and cushion covers, and as you become more confident you can move onto more difficult stitches and start making your own fashion accessories.

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Cuddly baby blanket
After mastering the basic knitting stitches above, make up this adorable soft baby blanket using your newly learnt knitting skills.
Make a kids tent
Not everyone has the space or is inclined to “camp” in their garden, but it’s still fun to pitch a tent indoors and Rubyellen of the blog Cakies has designed and built a beautiful indoor a-frame kids tent and has shared this project with us.
String art heart
Green Wedding Shoes designs for weddings, and as part of the design process they are often called upon to come up with unique wedding decor ideas. This string art heart is one of those decor projects. I think it would also look good on a bedroom wall.
Sew your own decorative cushion covers
Once you discover how easy and affordable it is to make your own scatter cushions, you will also realise how creative you can be. Small pieces of fabric, buttons and embellishments go a long way towards creative unique decor accessories for a home.
Knit a cable-pattern bed throw or blanket
Winter might be over, but that gives you plenty of time to get started on this cabled bed throw by Ideas magazine. Ideas magazine is one of my fave mags, and I just had to share this project with you. This bed throw or blanket is designed and knitted in panels, which are then sewed together.
Make your own string art
I have recently posted an article on the resurgence of string art. This is a fun way to create your own colourful and dramatic art with only a few accessories. If you start off with a small string art project, you will soon be creating intricate masterpieces for your home.

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Make a rag quilt
This adorable rag quilt is filled with wonderful colour and pattern that is perfect for any little girl's bed and you can choose your own fabrics, either from scraps that you already have, or from offcuts in the bargain bin at your local fabric store. 
Make custom Roman blinds
Wanting a unique piece in the kitchen? You can easily make your own personalised Roman shade with scripted text.  This kitchen window already has blinds on it, so a decorative, non-functioning shade was needed. A simple roman blind of linen was inscribed “bon appetit”, the perfect french bistro/cafe touch.
Make a designer beach bag
Here is a great project you can whip out in a weekend. This designer beach bag is a wonderfully tall tube, perfect for loading with all your sun and fun supplies. The soft rope handles are woven through grommets to gather the top and make their own shoulder straps. the bag is lined with waterproof fabric for a lightweight bag, water resistant bag.
How to make colourful pom-poms
They're cute, they're cuddly and you can use pom-poms in so many ways. This one is courtesy of  Mini Eco, and you simply must visit this website if you are looking for colourful ideas for paper projects.
An old lampshade is transformed for a nursery
Decorating a nursery is such a loving project to undertake and being able to repurpose items that you already have to add personal touches can save you a lot of money. Here's how to use an old lamp shade and transform it into a beautiful fabric rose lamp for a nursery.
Easy fabric roses
Make your own fabric roses that look great in any fabric and can be applied to various projects. Fabric scraps and old clothes are perfect for making fabric roses and you can add as accents on shirts, hats, headbands and lamps.

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Creative storage idea
You can make these hanging fabric baskets in any size, hang on bigger thicker rods for more drama, or single baskets hung one over the other in a narrow space - so many storage possibilities. You can use them for storage in a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or for storage almost anywhere in a home.
Make a lingerie bag for your underwear
For some time now I have wanting to make myself a lingerie bag. A little drawstring bag that I can use for my underwear for washing. I hate popping underwear into the laundry basket and this little bag keeps everything safe so that it can be washed separately. It's also a handy little bag for when you go on holiday or to visit friends.
Reupholster an old sofa or couch
It's not easy to upholster an old sofa or couch, but it's not that difficult either. If you are prepared to put in the effort, reupholstering an old sofa or couch can save you a lot of money, either spent of sending the piece out or buying a new sofa or couch.
Sew up your own unique artwork
Inspired by nature, this design features two birdies calling to each other through the woods at sunset.  For this project, I used part of a burlap coffee sack as my canvas and small fabric scraps to create my picture. If you can't source burlap coffee sacks you can also use plain burlap from a fabric store.
Sew up a couple of bunny cushions
I know it's not Easter, but I just had to share this project. These little bunny cushions are super easy to make, even if you aren't very good at sewing!
A big rug requires a BIG crochet hook
When it come to projects - the bigger, the better, and that applies to my crochet as well. I have been wanting to make a cotton rug for ages but didn't want to sit forever with thin cotton thread and tiny hook. So, as usual, I decided to go big by making my own super-sized crochet hook.

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Fabric baby changing bag
Sew up a portable baby changing bag that offers a ready-made soft surface to lay baby on, and can carry spare nappies and wipes. Plus this changing station is machine washable. Shop around for colourful fabrics to make your own portable baby changing bag.
Sew a cotton tote bag for shopping
I love cotton tote bags. If you make them out of a fairly thin cotton, you can easily fold them up and carry a few with you in your handbag, and quickly pull them out when you go shopping - no plastic bags necessary thank you very much!
Knit a faux sheepskin cushion cover
Snuggle up with a faux sheepskin knitted cushion for warmth this winter, or knit one to add texture to a living room sofa. The cushions measures 45,5 cm square and has a solid fabic back.
Make your own slipper socks
These warm and comfy slipper socks are durable and attractive and you can wear this around the house to keep you comfortable during the colder months. Plus they make a great gift.
Learn the basics of quilting
I have always wanted to learn how to do quilting but I'm just not sure that I have the patience. For those of you who want to get started in quilting, here's a nice and simple project that provides a good beginning for anyone wanting to start.
How to make a knitting fork
What's the latest craft craze... knitting with a fork. Not your average fork, mind you, but a carved wooden fork. Since I haven't been able to source a knitting fork locally, as usual I decided to make my own!

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Add a touch of luxury
Add hand made pom-poms to a luxurious faux fur blanket to keep warm and snuggle in the colder months. And, as we head towards autumn, this is a great project to do now.
Make a rice-filled hot bottle

Today I woke up and felt a distinct chill in the air. Amazing when you think that last week was hot and sweaty. Microwaveable rice bags stay warm and don't slip around. I thought I would make a rice bag that's a tribute to the old-fashioned hot water bottle. It's a simple project that can be done in an hour.

Sew an Easter bunny
How cuddly are these fleecy bunnies. Wrapped in a soft, brushed cotton with a snuggly filling. I think they would look lovely made with matching fabric and placed upon a little girl's bed or for a nursery.
Crochet a baby blanket
Once you discover how easy it is to crochet you will be able to make gorgeous items for your home. This project shows how to make a baby blanket using pretty basic crochet stitches - either for your own nursery or as a gift.
Use fabric stiffener to make attractive bowls
Creative Jewish Mom has some really great ideas on her blog, but this one really caught my attention. While the project features fabric stiffener - if you can't find fabric stiffener - Mod Podge or acrylic sealer works just as well.
Cute baby bird mobile
Isn't this the cutest thing you have ever seen! Pretty crochet birdies on a mobile to hang over baby's bed.

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Weave your way to colourful recycled containers
This week we are featuring a home made weaving loom for the kids, and I thought it would be nice to incorporate a weaving project for the grown ups as well.
String art makes a comeback
String art designs are popping up all over the Internet. It's a fun and affordable way to get creative and make your own artwork with nothing more than emboidery thread and some pins.
How to crocket a doily
I have recently posted quite a few articles that use doilies for various projects. Whilst never really being a crochet fan, I am going to try my hand at some of the crafts posted, or try to get my hands on some vintage doilies.
Crafts with doilies
Using doilies and lace is one of those crafts that appeared to go out of fashion for a while - the kind of craft that only your granny did - and is now back in fashion with a new take on techniques and designs.
Doily ceiling pendant
In part one we showed you how to use lace to create a lamp shade. In our second part of making your own lamp shades, we show you how to use lace doilies to make a ceiling pendant.
How to make a lace lampshade
Lace lamp shades look stunning over a romantic dining room table, in a bedroom, or as table lamps and they are simple to make.

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How to slipcover or reupholster a wingback chair
Slipcovered wingback chairs are practical - you can take the cover off to wash - but if your prefer your chairs to be more stylish, then you need to consider reupholstering a wingback chair.
So many ways to use fabric scraps
If you have odds and scraps of fabric at home, we've come across so many unique and wonderful ways to use fabric scraps.
Make a heart wreath for Valentine's Day
Feeling all soppy and romantic this year? Or perhaps you would like to do something different this year. Crafty Sisters have a wonderful red felt heart wreath that is fairly simple and only requires a few basic crafting tools.
Uses for fabric and silk flowers
They're fun and if you shop around, they're cheap, and you can use silk flowers in so many different ways, and if you're crafty - you can make your own fabric flowers to dress up and adorn so many accessories.
Decorative crochet gift cards
There are so many ways to make your own gift cards. In this project we show you how to make a crocheted wreath to decorate plain cards to create a gift card that really says "Thank You".
Cover up old bamboo blinds
Bamboo blinds are a nice option for windows, but when you get tired of the look or want something different, instead of throwing them away, cover them with fabric and give them a new life.

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How to frame fabric as art
Framed fabric and prints is just one of the easy ways to add interest to a plain wall, or create an instant feature on a wall.
Recycled rug
Crocheting rugs from recycled sheets, comforter covers and pillow cases is simple and the results are great! The rug is heavy-weight and can be thrown into the washing machine for cleaning.
Dress curtains with ribbon
A visit to your local fabric store will have you drooling over all the gorgeous ribbons, and there are so many ways to use ribbon to dress up fabrics, furniture and everyday home items to transform them from drab to fab!
Rose topped cushion
Crochet is making a come back into the crafting screne and I for one love the new, trendy designs that are appearing. This gorgeous rose cushion cover is just one of many crochet projects I will be featuring on Home-Dzine.
No-sew curtain topper
Recently I came across a window treatment that I loved but was a bit too costly for my budget. When I looked closer, I thought it would be so easy to make myself at a fraction of the cost and without sewing a stitch.
Recover dining chair
Reupholstering your dated dining chairs is an easy and affordable way to have new chairs done in a fabric you love - without the expense of buying new chairs.
Reupholster an antique loveseat
In this project we show how a worn and shabby Victorian loveseat is stripped down to the frame and then padded and reupholstered into a beautifully restored piece.
Add trim to plain curtains
Customise your curtains with a decorative band of fabric for a custom look and the perfect curtains for any room in your home.
How to make a Roman blind
Roman blinds are perfect for both small and large window treatments. You can make your own Roman blinds in any colour or fabric pattern, to match your existing room decor. Here's how to make a Roman blind...
How to paint curtains
It's easy to makeover a set of plain curtains (or cotton flat sheets) with fabric paint and stencil. There are no fancy techniques involved; simply find a design that you like, cut out the stencil and stencil the design onto the fabric.
Make wood buttons
When pruning bushes and trees, look for nice branches that you can turn into your own wood buttons.

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Glam serviettes for a spring or summer table
Set the table with this matching serviette and napkin ring holder - in pretty blue and yellow. The rhinestone flowers will add a touch of glitz to any table.
Have fun with crochet
Crochet is a fun and relaxing hobby that is easy to learn and you can easily create your own beautiful fashion and home décor projects.
Upholstered headboard
Make a dramatic statement with the floor to ceiling upholstered headboard.
Ric-rac roses
These little ric-rac flowers are adorable - you just want to put them everywhere! Some assorted ric-rac, scraps and felt and a few other tools are all you need to make these gorgeous buds.
Fabric roses
Fabric roses are everywhere I look these days, and they are so cute and adorable that I decided to make up a few to put onto the lamp project that I am working on.
iPod or Cellphone pouch
Here's how to make a storage pouch for an iPod or cellphone using coloured macramé cord.
Get knotted
A few pieces of cord are all that is needed to make these knotted serviette rings for a special occasion.
Re-discover macrame
Start off with our easy macrame bracelet and then move onto more difficult projects.
Macrame shoulder bag
If you're feeling more confident with macrame, try making this macrame shoulder bag.
Fabric flowers
Use up all your fabric scraps to make these beautiful fabric flowers.

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Nursery storage boxes
Here's a clever storage ideas for the nursery or children's bedroom. They're not only cute and handy, they're also a secret recycling project.
How to make a braided rug
I know of several people that create wonderful rugs from fabric scraps and plastic bags, and they look great in a cottage bedroom or bathroom and are perfect for outdoors on the patio.
Make a zebra floor rug
Non-fraying felt makes this project a cinch, and the zebra motif will have your family and friends demanding where you found it. It's so simple you can adjust the technique to make a rug in just about any size or style.
How to make a ruffled cushion
Use felt to create eye-catching cushions.
Everlasting bouquet
Learn how to make beautiful and simple ribbon flowers! Make a bunch and have lovely flowers that bloom on and on! This is a perfect project for Valentine's Day or a wedding in need of some handmade touches.
Cosy up with cushions
Adding new cushions to your home is a quick and easy way to warm up your home decor for the winter months. I recently stumbled across this project and thought it was a nice one to share with you, plus the fact that you don't need any sewing skills for it!
DIY contemporary drum shades
Create contemporary kitchen island lighting with easy-to-make custom fabric-covered drum shades on pendant fixtures.
Toolbox for a little DIY guy
Does your little guy like to get handy around the house? Here's a way that he can help you with everyday DIY - with his very own toolbox!
Cover your own buttons
This project shows you how you can cover your own buttons - without a kit - to decorate cushions, upholstery or a headboard.
Colourful floor pillows
I have always wanted to make some colourful applique cushions for the floor, but I find the time consuming process rather daunting! Recently I started thinking about a way to simplify the process and felt popped into my mind.

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Birds on a twig
I had been toying with the idea of a mobile project and our adorable bird pattern seemed the perfect fit. I knew it would be gorgeous!
Upholster an ottoman
I have been coveting a coffee-table ottoman, but the R3000 price tag is a bit out of my price range. Then I found this secondhand ottoman for R250.
Quick and easy throw-over slipcover
This alternative to reupholstering or slipcovering is fast and simple to make, easy to launder, and, if you choose to make a wardrobe of wraps, can be changed frequently for the occasion or season.
Sew up this handy garden tool holder
Tired of losing your garden tools? Keep them together in one stylish package.
How to make a bolster cushion
Make a beautiful bolster cushion for your sofa or bed. For an afforable project use remnants to make the bolster cover.
How to make a simple cafe curtain
Brighten up your window with a colourful cafe curtain.
How to make a simple chair slipcover
I am sure that many of us have an old chair hidden away somewhere with a death sentence waiting to be passed. Here's how to make a simple slipcover.
Braai apron for dad
A braai apron is something that every dad will appreciate, especially when you add your own unique message!
Reupholster a chair
Use basic upholstery techniques to give an old, outdated chair a new life.
Decorative felt placemats
Add a touch of colour to your table with these handy tablemats. Make up a set or two in bright primary colours to dress up your table for family gatherings or fun entertaining.
A flock of socks
The only things sweeter than itty-bitty baby feet may be those itty-bitty baby socks - always outgrown or missing their match long before they're worn out. Give them new life as an easy-to-make mobile that you can hang over a crib, a changing table, or even a new big-kid bed.

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