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Top 100 Fabric Projects

  1. 76. Add a Planting Bed to a Lawn (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for adding a planting bed to a lawn.

  2. 77. Easygoing Chair Makeover (02:28)

    Revamp a garage sale find with new fabric and a little spray paint,

  3. 78. Installing a Brick Walkway (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for installing a brick walkway.

  4. 79. How to Upcycle an Old Desk Using Fabric

    DIY Network shows you how to use paint and fabric to recover and upcycle an old desk.

  5. 80. How to Build a French Drain (00:00:60)

    French drains channel water away from a house or through a garden or bed.

  6. 81. Fabric Gift Box (04:33)

    Design your own stylish gift boxes, with fabric, glue and ribbon.

  7. 82. Backyard Bridge Divides Yard (00:02:39)

    Sara's plan includes a bridge over a dry creekbed leading to a play area.

  8. 83. Wine Stain Removal (04:32)

    Linda Cobb shows how to remove wine stains from fabric and plastic.

  9. 84. Rich Pleated Walls (04:34)

    For a fabulous look, make an inexpensive fabric-pleated wainscoting.

  10. 85. How to Paint a Tropical Leaf Pattern on a Duvet

    Learn how to add tropical treatment to a bedspread with fabric paint and an opaque projector.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  11. 86. How to Create a Fabric Headboard

    A drill, needle and thread are the only tools required to turn plywood into a fabric headboard.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  12. 87. Building a Padded Headboard (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on building a padded headboard.

  13. 88. Wallpaper and Fabric Softener (00:00:22)

    To strip wallpaper from the walls, look no further than your laundry room.

  14. 89. Blackberry Farm Birchbark Gift (00:03:43)

    Blackberry Farm presents an easy-to-make, decorative DIY birchbark 'gift.'

  15. 90. Napkin Window Treatment (03:31)

    Coordinate your kitchen by matching the curtain fabric to your napkins.

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