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20 Cool Knitted DIYs To Bring Warmth In

We’ve just told you of some cool crocheted projects that you can easily make to make your home cozy this season. For even more warmth let’s make some knitted projects! This roundup is not only for those who can knit but also for those who have some old sweaters to refashion them. Actually, you can knit almost any piece to... More

Rustic DIY Log Placeholders

We’ve just told you of some rustic placeholders for Thanksgiving, and now we’ll tell you about one of them in detail. It’s a rustic log placeholder, simple but perfect! You’ll need a handsaw, a log and your cards. They are pretty simple to make, but may require some muscle. First find a log approximately an inch and a... More

How To Make A Yarn Pumpkin Garland

In fall pumpkins are everywhere! If you don’t like natural pumpkins because of rotting, use faux ones, or make a pretty yarn pumpkin garland. You’ll need orange yarn, green pipe cleaners, twine, scissors.  Wrap yarn around four fingers about 120 times or so. Cut a 10 inch piece of yarn and stick it between your fingers to... More

The Best Roundups To Improve Your Home of October 2013

In case you’ve missed, here are some of the best roundups to improve your home which we’ve covered on Shelterness during October 2013. 18 Cool DIY Thanksgiving Centerpieces 17 Pretty DIY Glam... More

The Best DIY and How-To Tutorials To Improve Your Home of October 2013

In case you’ve missed, here are some of the best tutorials to improve your home which we’ve covered on Shelterness during October 2013. How To Make Marbelized Pumpkins Simple DIY Wine Cork... More

21 Awesome Crocheted DIYs For Cozy Home Décor

Crocheted things are sooooo cozy! In fall and winter crocheted pieces will give your home a sweet and warm look, and that’s very important. If you are good at crocheting, then these DIYs won’t take much time or efforts and will make your home comfy. Start from crocheting cool rugs with different patterns, they are suitable... More

DIY Color Block Clock Of Wood

Color block things are gaining popularity, that’s why a simple color block clock is a great idea. The supplies are a clock kit, a wood clock base, acrylic paint of your choice, painters tape, a small paint brush, a pencil, sand paper, anything with a circular shape to trace around. Sand your clock to get a smooth texture.... More

Casual DIY Button Cushion Of Old Pants

There are many ways and materials for making a cushion but I’ve never heard of making a cushion of pants. To make one you’ll need old sweatpants, thread and needle, 2 buttons, lining. Start by cutting out the pants and side seams. Sew the pieces of fabric together so as to form the right piece of the cushion. Cut the back... More

9 DIY Rustic Placeholders For Thanksgiving And Not Only

Placeholders are necessary for any occasion – from a formal dinner to a wedding. That’s why today we’ll look at some ideas to make rustic placeholders. Use some log or wood slices for your placecards; you can gather some rocks or pinecones and spray paint them the way you like – they are perfect as placeholders. For... More

How To Make A Stylish Leather Belt

The inspiration for this belt was taken from UGG Australia boots. To make you’ll need leather, the thicker the better, a belt at least one inch thick, muslin, a pen & light pencil, measuring tape, needle/thread and some other supplies. With your measuring tape, measure you waist and where you wish your new belt addition... More