Everyone has that pile of clothes they no longer wear but haven't gotten around to donating. And while it's always good to donate items to, say, Goodwill, there might be a treasure trove of DIY items in there that you can use in your home.
That is, at least according to Vera Vandenbosch, a stylist, writer and photographer whose recently published book, "Scraps," has singlehandedly informed how we'll be spending our weekend. We'll be busy crafting stash fabric -- or as Vandenbosch puts it, any textile, from stained shirts to ripped jeans and stray socks -- into lovely little home accessories, like the ones we've rounded up here.
The how-tos below are reprinted from Scraps: Stylish Stash Fabric Crafts to Stitch, with permission from The Taunton Press.
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