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If you’re like me, your sewing room is overflowing with notions – pins, rulers, markers seem to dominate every corner of table. But now your notions don’t just have to be left in the sewing room…. transform them into jewelry and wear them everywhere!

Need a pair of earrings to match your dress? This tutorial will teach you how to make self-covered button earrings. Need a little something to wear around your neck? Try this tutorial for a Louis Vuitton inspired beaded necklace or add a bit of bling with a zippered flowered brooch! Still looking for more? This tutorial has ideas for turning a thimble, buttons, and embroidery designs into beautiful necklaces!

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    Nov 29, 2017, 08.53 AMby Makeyourwristbands

    This is awesome jewelry. I like it and its, very colorful. you may also check these custom rubber bracelet These bracelets are beautiful. https://www.makeyourwristbands.com

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    Jun 8, 2011, 06.39 AMby GraceW

    DIY jewellery really adds to the individual style. Sewella, I like the idea of adding vintage scarves.

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    Jun 2, 2011, 11.42 AMby Amor Allure

    i like .. will do

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    Jun 2, 2011, 06.33 AMby Gaze1

    I am looking for more information or books on zipper jewellery/brooches – can anyone help me look in the right area

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    Jun 1, 2011, 11.45 PMby Fernanda Gallego

    This jewerly is so beautiful, romantic and special. I love it!

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    Jun 1, 2011, 02.19 PMby Ooty Yaacobi

    This is lovely! Could be for hair accessories =)

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    Jun 1, 2011, 01.45 AMby Nancywnn

    Really interesting jewelry it is, with a complete information and I was looking for that.

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    May 31, 2011, 05.36 PMby sewella

    …you may also use vintage scarves to make necklaces or employ cutwork for a more sophisticated “jewelry”! Thanks for the lovely post and links!

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