Go to your local Habitat for humanity home store, pick up some louvered closet doors, E-6000 glue and some slat shelves! visit craftystuffs.wordpress.com as I will be making this project!
SF Good Questions: How Do I Make a Pegboard Folding Screen?
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I don't feel it is a waste of materials. The group here in Wilmington, NC the I head, Port City Yarn Love, we yarn bomb poles and other everyday ugly objects. I used to do trees, but I get such flack about it that I stopped ( although the birds down town LOVE them. they tear them up for nests! really colourful nests!) We are an eco-conscious and social conscious group. Using leftover yarn from charity projects so that there is no waste... SOme yarn bombs look great for a year, some a month... And for all my fellow yarn bombers, an Idea-old yarn bomb scraps? stitch them together in a mini quilt for a shelter dog... they love them!
Yarn Bombing: The Knit Graffiti Movement
|7/30/11 12:48 AM|