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Recycle A Necktie-Sweet Angel

Posted by kudzukween (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 22, 08 at 17:13

I posted this on Trash to Treasure,too!
Here is something that was posted about a year ago, and I searched for it but couldn't find the post. Let me know who posted it :D I finally got around to making some. I tried the wide end and the narrow end of the tie. Both are cute! I made them with what I had on hand, I think ya'll can do better with the wooden head! LOL
Photos and link on my blog!

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Darn!!......I've got to get used to having a blog, and adding the link *blush* So sorry about that, ya'll!

Here is a link that might be useful: Kudzu's Blog

RE: Recycle A Necktie-Sweet Angel

Beautiful! cant seem to find any used neck ties around me to steal, have to check out the TS stores, to cold for yard sales now.
TFS all you do!

RE: Recycle A Necktie-Sweet Angel

Thanks Oddie :D I remember when the thrift stores would GIVE you the ties for free! But these days everyone is so crafty and really, not many people wear ties anymore. I see some every now and then on, but kinda expensive if you ask me. I may have to just break down and spend the money for some. I found a site the other day that mentioned a blog that is all about recycling ties.....just ties! Wow, I saw some things I wanna make. A really cool lampshade, wallets, business card holders,purses,skirts,dresses.........

RE: Recycle A Necktie-Sweet Angel

gosh who new there was so many ideas for ties, and why us crafters dont throw anything out! my dmil doesnt even give me a strange look anymore when I ask for something she would throw out, she just says yes you can have it.
TFS all you do, you sure keep this fourm rocking!
happy crafting

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