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Sewing Cabinet
Fabric Hangers
hello, hello! thanks to wi-fi, i've been converting our computer cabinet into one for sewing, but having a terrible time photographing it - oy! one thing i haven't had a terrible time doing is making these pretty fabric covered hangers thanks to pascale's wonderful tutorial on \\between the lines\\. scott even likes them.

this weekend we took charlie and my brother to a favorite czech restaurant, encountered a couple of rude photographers (more on that later, although it makes me cranky to think about it) and started to watch season one of dexter via netflix. it's a bit graphic, but we are addicted and dexter usually takes care of bad (rude) people, permanently ;). hope you had a wonderful, rude-free weekend!

xo, cindy

18 comments:

Michelle Brunner said...

LOVE those hangers! You are so crafty! I really liked watching Dexter. I watched the entire first season on netflix but have yet to continue with the rest of the seasons! The beginning intro always creeps me out for some reason!

Jamie said...

Everyone keeps telling me about Dexter - I need to give it a try.

Those hangers are so beautiful!

painted fish studio said...

you will love dexter! it's so much better than that garbage on bravo! ;)

i started cleaning the basement over the weekend. not the most exciting thing ever, but it was the coolest spot in the house!

and flowers pick themselves said...

i'm totally obsessed with dexter. can't wait for the next season!

xo Alison

blue moss said...

your hangers turned out sooooo great....i love them...
i have been loving all of pascale's hanger tutorials :)
looking forward to seeing your new sewing cabinet...and hearing about the rudeness....
hope your week is rude-free

:)
michelle

**We BLOG ARTISTS** said...

What great coat hangers...and your craft table is adorable!
Our weekend was rude-free...and wonderful thanks!
HUGS
Char.x

Clare B said...

Love the coat hanger - so lovely, perfect for the guest room I think. Will be popping over to between the lines to see how it's done.

My name is PJ. said...

I have a love for chintz-y floral patterns. Those hangers are lovely.

Dexter is one of my favorite shows ever. You find yourself routing for him as he cuts bad guys up into pieces.

Next week the latest season will be released on DVD....I CAN'T WAIT!

Krissy said...

can't wait to see the "new" closet!!
dexter is the best show. it is graphic, but you find yourself rooting for a serial killer the entire time :)

(we saw dinner with schmucks this weekend. seen that yet? it was pretty funny)

cindy said...

we love dexter and it is better than those 'reality' shows. the opening is creepy when they put the ketchup on the eggs which makes you wonder if it's blood. haven't seen dinner with schmucks, but is looks funny!

Elizabeth said...

Those are great Cindy! I will go check out the tutorial, since I have some hangers that need them. Seems as it slipper clothing would stay on them better.

Allison Stephanie said...

Love the coat hangers! Such lovely inspirations!!! cant wait to hear about the photographers!
xoxo
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Megan Walker said...

Hey Girl! I've been gone and I've missed you! I went and saw your pic on Shutter Sisters - left a little comment too :) You have been a busy bee - what fun!

much love xoxoxo

Dawn said...

those hangers are so pretty to look at!

StephanieTJLee said...

Those fabric covered hangers are aboslutely ADORABLE. Thank you for sharing the tutorial link! By the way, I am loving the photos on your blog. They're gorgeous. I'm now following for more posts!

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cindy said...

thanks ladies and hello to the new ones. i'll visit you!

Pascale said...

I'm still on vacation and have only limited internet access, so I can only check in every now and then - Your hangers are REALLY great! And it's been so much fun to read all these nice comments...

Persis Shah said...

those hangers look tooooo cute! i've been meaning to do something creative with mine...and now you've just inspired me to do something like this...

Persis.