friday finds.


unsightly sink plumbing getting you down? never fear — the skirted kitchen curtain is here! these aren’t your granny’s kitchen sink curtains — they’re upscale and sophisticated, so if you’re stuck with a small kitchen and plumbing woes you’d just rather not see, perhaps a good weekend project would be to get out the sewing machine... 
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the sisters of søstrene grene.


a new spring collection from søstrene grene is available and it’s lovely — and their lookbook is just as inspiring as the collection and the women who created it. In 1973, the charming tale of søstrene grene began in Aarhus, Denmark — the story of two elderly sisters, Anna and Clara Grene, who diligently work to create little, bright differences in the... 
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the great american pouf tour.

pink crocheted pouf / sfgirlbybay

Drop your knitting needles and roll up your sleeves. the only thing you’ll be needing are your hands, some fluffy wool and the projects in Anne Weil’s beautiful and very crafty new book, Knitting Without Needles: A Stylish Introduction to Finger and Arm Knitting from Potter Craft. in the book Anne shares stylish patterns that are incredibly simple, but yield... 
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thoughts for a friday.


i am not crafty. i wish i were but apparently i haven’t got that gene. i like making things, but i think i lack the patience to follow through. i like buying handmade items though, and i admire the handywork that goes into a good DIY immensely. there’s several blogs out there that excel at DIY — i am not one of them. okay, every once in a while, but it’s... 
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make : thread : craft : art


attention crafters and makers! for the first time, bay area artists lisa solomon and Katrina Rodabaugh are offering a new online course: INTERWOVEN:: make : thread : craft : art — a textile-based online craft course that will guide students in four techniques over four weeks, each week will focus on a different textile project—crochet, soft sculpture, embroidery, quilting—with... 
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