3 Tips For Selecting Fabrics The First Time

Posted on: 14 October 2015
If you are new to sewing, choosing the right fabrics can be more challenging than you think. Without the right fabric, your project could lack the quality that you desire. To help ensure you make the right selections at the fabric store, here are some tips.  Check the Bolts' Labels Each bolt of fabric in the store is labeled with vital information that you need in your selection process. The label is either affixed to the end of the bolt or can be found on a tag attached to its cardboard tubing.
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How To Decorate A Country Kitchen

Posted on: 21 September 2015
Are you moving into a brand new home, or are you redecorating your present kitchen? Either way, if you have selected a country theme, consider these ideas to establish a cozy and warm atmosphere for you to enjoy with your family members and your friends. The Walls - Selecting the wallpaper will be a good place to start your country decorating. Do you want wallpaper? If so, think about selecting a design that contains small flowers, old-fashioned bonnets, kittens, puppies, or farm yard animals.
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Use Lighting To Make Your Home More Welcoming

Posted on: 21 August 2015
If you would like to start inviting more family and friends to your house for events or gatherings, you may be looking at different ways to make your home more accommodating for guests. While adding something like an outdoor patio would certainly do the job, that's a pretty big project that you might not have the time or money for right now. One other way that you could change the look and feel of your home without getting involved in a major project would be to simply pay a little more attention to the home lighting fixtures that you use to illuminate your home.
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How to Tackle the Three Hardest Parts of Cleaning Your Windows

Posted on: 29 July 2015
Cleaning the windows is a chore many people despise. It's not so much wiping the glass that's difficult, but cleaning the crevice between the window frame and glass pane, the little corners of the window sill, and those pesky, narrow blinds. There are a few tricks you can use to make the hardest parts of cleaning your windows easier. The Blinds Wiping each blind individually with a rag is certainly time-consuming.
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