Blogging ReadyMade: June/July 2007

Blogging ReadyMade: June/July 2007

Heather Blaha
Jun 6, 2007
Athough the current ReadyMade issue is the Fashion issue, there's still some juicy bits for the home. As always, only a few articles, features, and round-ups are available online, but here are some of our faves to help you determine whether or not it's worth a purchase. p. 24-25, Textile Aisle: A selection of fab fabrics for at-home projects including Amy Butler's Pods ($18 per yard) and Etsuko Fuyura's Wasps ($19 per yard).

p. 28-29, Pegboard organization: For sewing supplies, misc. desk stuff, kitchen wares, etc. p. 30, Cleaning House: Surprising cleaning tips/solutions with everyday items, like "throwing three tennis balls into the dryer with a load of wash. The balls create air pockets that help clothes dry faster and feel fluffier." p. 33-35, ReCover: Three reupholstering project How-To's using vintage furniture. p. 64-69, Welcome to the Dollhouse: A lovely house tour with Austin art maven Alyson Fox. "Much of Fox's inspiration comes from found objects and gently used antiques, of which she makes ample use in her home design." p. 78, How to make an LED wood clock: AT reader Jocie-o mentioned this tutorial when we featured a similar clock in Friday's Ebay Scavenger.
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