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Old tees, old tanks, new garden dresses|
By Sharon Brown on July 22, 2012
I love dresses, long flowing skirts moving with the breeze. Maybe it's from growing up with my grandmothers. I don't think I ever saw either of them in anything but long dresses, even while gardening. Here's an easy and quick way to get rid of old tees and have a new dress all at the same time.
Old Sweaters, New Totes|
By Sharon Brown on January 24, 2011
When one retires, what happens to those professional clothes? We donate, we give away, we toss, but often too many remain. Here's an idea that might appeal to you, a fun project that turns old sweaters into new totes.
Old Coats and Hooked Rugs|
By Sharon Brown on September 6, 2010
This is the story of a very special little coat that touched my heart in 1948, wove its way into a rose patterned rug in 1954, then came home to live with me in 2010. It's also a story about hooked rugs, an almost forgotten art.