DIY Slouchy Linen and Rope Backpack Tutorial from inspiration & realisation. I have an eyelet kit and they run about $9 or less. You can use them on shower curtains, fabric, bags, plastic purses, etc…

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I saw it last year and finally got around to make it! inspired from the crocheted raffia backpack from ShopBop, my new backpack is a quick sewing project, made out of heavy linen. Detailed tutorial on inspiration&realisation today! 

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… what if… these would be for sale? on inspiration&realisation today… 

truebluemeandyou: Leather Rings. Very cool Donatella!

The Skull Ring on.

DIY Tee Shirt Yarn Sweater Tutorial and Pattern from inspiration & realisation. Top Left Photo: Richard Nicoll Resort 2015 here, Top Right Photo and Bottom Photos: DIYs by inspiration & realisation. 
Not only does this post contain a free pattern with lots of tips for knitting this sweater made from 7 tee shirts for yarn, but it contains links to Donatella’s other tutorials to help make this sweater for less:
How to make tee shirt yarn (one of the best DIYs on tee shirt yarn)
DIY 24”/60 cm circular knitting needles size US 19/15 mm
DIY 8”/20cm double pointed needles size US 19/15mm
For a fun DIY Extreme Knitting Roundup go here.

DIY Tee Shirt Yarn Sweater Tutorial and Pattern from inspiration & realisation. Top Left Photo: Richard Nicoll Resort 2015 here, Top Right Photo and Bottom Photos: DIYs by inspiration & realisation. 

Not only does this post contain a free pattern with lots of tips for knitting this sweater made from 7 tee shirts for yarn, but it contains links to Donatella’s other tutorials to help make this sweater for less:

  • How to make tee shirt yarn (one of the best DIYs on tee shirt yarn)
  • DIY 24”/60 cm circular knitting needles size US 19/15 mm
  • DIY 8”/20cm double pointed needles size US 19/15mm

For a fun DIY Extreme Knitting Roundup go here.

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knit with mesh panels … patten and chart on inspiration&realisation today!

truebluemeandyou: The devil is in the deails and Donatella’s DIYs are always beautifully made, meant to be worn in real life time and time again.