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Jenny Haskins' Clever & Crafty Recycled Lamp and Pillow

The fifth in Jenny Haskins' Clever & Crafty Series. How to create a recycled designer lamp and pillo The fifth in Jenny Haskins' Clever & Crafty Series. How to create a recycled designer lamp and pillow. Length: 00:02:17

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Vintage Pinkeepers made by Mandy Shaw

These are lovely little presents and use up new or old pieces of embroidery, redwork and the like to These are lovely little presents and use up new or old pieces of embroidery, redwork and the like to house your pins. This is a taster for the longer video which can be viewed on www.justhands-on.tv Length: 00:00:51

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PART 1 Recycled Or Revamped: REVEALED - Thermostat Window Frame Cover

Thank you for watching the final result of PART 1 Recycled or Revealed. Take a look at how I transfo Thank you for watching the final result of PART 1 Recycled or Revealed. Take a look at how I transformed the ugly thermostat area to match my studio's decor for under $5.... www.OhStitch.com Toll Free: 1.877.553.5400 Length: 00:04:56

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Ms. Mola's Make-ola! Pilot - Guest Artist Melissa Rajsky of Raw Materials

This episode's featured Guest Artist is Melissa Rajsky, founder of Raw Materials designs, who specia This episode's featured Guest Artist is Melissa Rajsky, founder of Raw Materials designs, who specializes in making designer clothing from recycled fabrics. Take a tour of her studio, and see what inspires her to create. I bet it will give you lots of creative ideas, too! Length: 00:03:53

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Embroidered Ash City eco at EMFGroup.BIZ

Designing products on the principle of reduce, recycle and reuse, our eco garments are made from org Designing products on the principle of reduce, recycle and reuse, our eco garments are made from organic cotton, soybean protein, rayon from bamboo fiber, recycled polyester and polyester from nano bamboo charcoal. Shop at www.emfgroup.biz for eco apparel and save. Length: 00:00:33

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Indygo Junction's Fabric Flowers: 25 Flowers for Fashion & Home

Express your individual style by adding a Express your individual style by adding a "wink" to your wardrobe or room with these beautiful blooms from Indygo Junction's Fabric Flowers. You'll find 25 quick and easy flower projects for wearing, decorating and sharing, with inspiring techniques for the novice to the more advanced creative enthusiast. Recycle your jeans, ties, sweaters and t-shirts, combine cotton prints into one-of-a-kind fashion statements, create painterly effects of needle felting, and play with felt, wools, and silks -- we've included 50 fabric variations to spark your creativity! From a simple rose created from repurposed denim jeans to a full wedding bouquet of felted roses, the projects in this book teach traditional techniques and introduce you to flower making short-cut methods, featuring Clover Needlecrafts tools: needle felting tools, Kanzashi Flower Makers, Quick Yo-Yo Makers, Flower Frill Templates and more. • 25 quick & easy projects to wear, share & décor • Accessorize your hair, headbands & hats • Embellish your wardrobe with pins, necklaces & chokers • Accent your shoes, purses & scarves • Decorate with bouquets, pillows, & holiday trimmings • Create handmade gifts for your friends & family • 7 flowers feature recycled fabric • Use cottons, wools, silk, felt, and repurposed fabrics. • Perfect for club events, craft & boutique sales, fundraisers, party favors, weddings and home décor. • Learn new techniques: hand & machine embroidery, needle felting, Kanzashi methods, and short-cut ... Length: 00:01:17

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Textile Art - How to make a Brooch

Colouricious, the UK's leading source of inspiration for textile art and craft brings you the free o Colouricious, the UK's leading source of inspiration for textile art and craft brings you the free online video. Jan Tillett demonstrates how to recycle fabric scraps to create a beautiful brooch. Learn, Create, Be Happy! www.colouricious.com Length: 00:03:55

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Welcome To My Channel!

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Revamped or Recycled PART 4: Mini Wooden Cube Drawers REVEALED!

Hi everyone! I am back with the continuation of my Revamped OR Recycled series! My studio has been s Hi everyone! I am back with the continuation of my Revamped OR Recycled series! My studio has been swamped with orders and now that we are caught up, I can play on youtube again! YYYAY! In this segment, I am going to reveal the revamped wooden cube drawers. Thanks for watching! www.OhStitch.com Toll Free: 1.877.553.5400 Length: 00:02:23

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Recylced ART Projects : Material Baskets

The grand re-opening of the Natural Answer Wellness Center had events for the entire family. One of The grand re-opening of the Natural Answer Wellness Center had events for the entire family. One of our demo classes was taught by Leila Cook of Binding Threads Embroidery. She specializes in recycled art projects, upscaling clothes and an assortment of ideas for how to make money from items once believed to be trash. What is Recycling? en.wikipedia.org ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Recycling involves processing used materials (waste) into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful materials, reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, reduce energy usage, reduce air pollution (from incineration) and water pollution (from landfilling) by reducing the need for "conventional" waste disposal, and lower greenhouse gas emissions as compared to virgin production.[1][2] Recycling is a key component of modern waste reduction and is the third component of the "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" waste hierarchy. Recyclable materials include many kinds of glass, paper, metal, plastic, textiles, and electronics. Although similar in effect, the composting or other reuse of biodegradable waste -- such as food or garden waste -- is not typically considered recycling.[2] Materials to be recycled are either brought to a collection center or picked up from the curbside, then sorted, cleaned, and reprocessed into new materials bound for manufacturing. In a strict sense, recycling of a material would produce a fresh supply of the same material—for example, used office paper would be converted into new ... Length: 00:01:55

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