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The designers tapped into the spirit of social causes this week, reminding us that creativity is one of the most powerful ways to make a meaningful statement. Below are just a few ways to raise your own creative voice and let your message be heard!
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Glitter, sequins and fringe — oh my! It was all glitz and glamour this week on Bravo's Project Runway, as the designers created larger-than-life looks inspired by Sir Elton John. Now, we're busting out our own notions to make these beyond-fabulous projects.
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There's no better way to store your crafting gear than in a cute fabric bin — that you sewed yourself, of course.
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Sun, sand and style — it's all coming in waves thanks to this week's Project Runway episode. After watching the designers create cohesive beach, day and evening looks that oozed vacation vibes, here's what we're making for our own great escape.
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Textile hangings are one of the best ways to make a major statement on your walls. The materials are inexpensive, and cloth pieces are a lot easier to manage than large, heavy framed art. Plus creating it yourself means you'll have a piece that's exactly right for your space: the ideal size, the perfect colors and completely one-of-a-kind!
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A charity gala. A Venetian ball. Heck, even lunch at a high-end restaurant. When the time comes to dress to the nines, elegance is the word of the day. This week the designers were challenged with creating a look that embodies the idea of elegance and elevates any occasion. Their gorgeous creations definitely left us in a feelin' fancy mood — here's how we're taking advantage of it.
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Angela's back and bursting with love. In this season premiere, she uses half-square triangles to make a modern bursting star quilt while sharing her tips on how to keep a lasting relationship with a quilter.
Did you know that painter's tape can make quilting a bit easier? Angela shares some (unconventional) ways to use it as she creates a striking stardust quilt. Plus, watch the free bonus video to get an extra painter's tape hack for sewing half-square triangles.
All quilters can get stuck in a creative rut, even Angela. This week, she turns to strip piecing and her fun, easy-to-piece chevron pattern to get her quilting mojo back. Plus, she'll show you how to use negative space to bring your quilt to life.
Wish you could make your quilting mistakes disappear? Angela is here to show you how. Well, at least how to hide them by using a matching thread color, echoing and repeating a mistake to make it look intentional.
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