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Junkaholique sheds by Decor8

It seems like whenever I read a success story some idea was formed in a shed or a garage. Have you noticed that? It’s a riot. From computers to candles, I imagine garages and sheds all over the world with this glow around them and little light bulb moments by the millions happening every second. I was telling my husband just yesterday that I need a shed! And we had a good laugh about that. But it’s so true, when one has a space of their own to go a bit wild in from a creative standpoint, so many cool things can result.

Make your own one-of-a-kind full, fun, twirly skirt!

This great tutorial is courtesy to Out Of Order – Meghans style diary, budget finds, fashion fantasies, sewing projects, makings & vintage treasures website.
Meghan explains basic techniques to make your own one-of-a-kind full, fun, twirly skirts.

What you’ll need:
– 1 yard* fabric, pre-washed
– 2/3 yard** 1½” to 3″ wide elastic
– measuring tape or ruler, scissors, sewing machine, thread

Bored with your old handbag?

Here is the answer, great fun and very affordable too!
Maebh Walsh has opened her own sewing school and studio “It’s Sew Easy”, in Stillorgan, in response to a huge resurgence of interest in making your own

sewing alterations course

Sewing Classess – Alterations

This is a test Excerpt – You can learn learn learn
It is Easy to make the new one yourself. New sewingcourses will start Feb 2nd and continue for another 6 weeks.
Call Maebh on 087 333333333 for more details.