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CHICHAOUI RUG - RED

CHICHAOUI RUG - RED

Each duster has a 4 layer thickness of fleece. The best thing I've noticed about using these dusters is they don't flatten out like the disposable ones do, so they actually last longer. And don't forget the fact that they are washer and dryer safe (with out fabric softener)

Washable Swiffer Duster Pads

Great Money Saver♥Washable Hand Duster Refill for Swiffer~Made from 4 layers of micro fleece~Looks easy enough to make :D

Timelessly romantic. An Elderly couple taking a stroll down the streets of Paris |

The Art of Holding Hands Forever: Pictures of Elderly Couples in Love. "Falling in love is easy. But staying in love is very special.

Really needed this 5 years ago... enjoy, mamas! The Anywhere Chair turns a regular chair into a high chair. It rolls up to fit in a diaper bag, and is machine washable.

The Anywhere Chair turns a regular chair into a high chair. It rolls up to fit in a diaper bag, and is machine washable. Take it along when you visit Grandma or go to a restaurant. (Baby seat / portable fold-up chair.

coral ikat, patterned sofa, island style, quadrille fabric, ikat fabric

Ikat Scarf Southwestern Scarf Tribal Scarf Aztec Scarf Native Scarf Patriotic Scarf Cotton Scarf Women Fashion Accessories Gift Ideas

no sew pillow covers.....for outside..easy to clean- would be fun in seasonal fabrics

No-Sew Pillow Cover

DIY No Sew Pillow Cover diy crafts craft ideas easy crafts diy ideas diy idea diy home diy pillows easy diy for the home crafty decor home ideas diy decorations. No more buying pillows!

Tips for turning fabric into paper-like drawer/shelf liners.   Must try with Amy Butler fabrics!

Coordinate drawer lining to dresser color. Fabric drawer liner DIY instructions from blueyedyonder (Dishfunctional Design)

fabric storage - - file it!  Filing Fabric & Fabric Organization Round-Up | The Thinking Closet

Filing Fabric & A Fabric Organization Round-Up

8-foot giant squid pillow. You’ll need: • 2 yards of felt • 1 yard of patterned fabric (I suggest a polka dot-type pattern so it looks like suction cups) • 1 medium piece of black felt, 1 medium piece of white felt (for the eyes) • white thread,...

How-To: 8-foot Giant Squid Pillow

Add some giant squid to your abode with this excellent Giant Squid Pillow tutorial from Build-A-DIY.

FRESH SCENT HOMEMADE FABRIC SOFTENER   If you are a fan of my homemade No-Grate Laundry Soap but miss the “fragrance” aspect of it…have I got an idea for you!  Basically it takes the two most basic “fabric softening” substances….baking soda and vinegar….and adds a little scent love.  Thanks to Poppy at Poppy’s Money Tree House for the inspiration!  Start out with some sort of “scent booster”.  I used Purex Crystals because I had some left over from making my “Make A Year’s Worth of Laundry…

Fresh Scent Homemade Fabric Softener

Fresh Scent Homemade Fabric Softener - c. scent booster (Purex or Gain) hot tap water 1 c. baking soda 6 c. vinegar Mix two ingredients and set aside. In seperate container, slowly mix peroxide into baking soda. Then mix into scent booster mixture.

Moths always bring up memories of summer nights with pulsating clouds of fluttery wings swarming the lights by the door…and the subsequent shrieking that breaks the quiet as I flail my arms a…

Yumi Okita Moths always bring up memories of summer nights with pulsating clouds of fluttery wings swarming the lights by the door…and the subsequent shrieking that breaks the quiet as I flail my arms a…

Great post on budget organization tips! Love the website altogether :)

47 Super Inexpensive & Simple DIY Storage Solutions

IHeart Organizing: Website full of awesome organizing ideas, free printables, oddles of projects, etc.

DIY Hanging File Holder Tutorial..{love the fact that is something for the door instead of taking up drawer or floor space}

Put in the laundry room: DIY Hanging File Holder Tutorial.{love the fact that is something for the door instead of taking up drawer or floor space}

printsandthings:    “I could go on the Oxford Asian Textile Group’s first outing of 2011 to see Japanese textiles at the Ashmolean Museum… …One of the most wonderful things, in my opinion, was a huge (C19?) pattern book, full of all the different stencil patterns that could be printed onto fabric to make into a kimono…”

Oxford Asian Textile Group’s first outing of 2011 to see Japanese textiles at the Ashmolean Museum… …huge pattern book, full of all the different stencil patterns that could be printed onto fabric to make into a kimono…”

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