Find simple sewing and craft projects made from old neckties.
By Karin BeuerleinMore in Decorating
This winning combination was created by blogger and professional seamstress Alison Tudor of SewandTellQuilts.com. “I first got interested in making things out of old ties after I inherited 198 of them from my great aunt,” Tudor says. She uses a thick felt backing for her necktie rugs because it’s easy to sew and adds a cushion. She also makes the folding camp stool herself using materials from a big-box store, including an inexpensive painter’s drop cloth for the base fabric of the seat.
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