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Polyomino Puzzles And Math Made Fun And Easy With Lego: http://buff.ly/1KrOJNBlego?utm_content=buffera1f5d&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Exploring Polyomino Puzzles With Lego - Elementary Math Skill Development

How to Turn Your Jeans Into "Skinny" Jeans (Works For Maternity Jeans, Too!) by It's Great To Be Home, via Flickr

How to Turn Your Jeans Into “Skinny” Jeans - i wonder if i could do these with khaki's too This tutorial linked to another online tutorial that was awesome. I did this today, took me around hours (due to a crappy sewing machine) but turned out awesome!

Adding a side panel to an old shirt....it's adorable and a great t-shirt refashion...you could make it roomier or smaller whichever you need! Love this!!

make a small shirt bigger make a big shirt smaller get rid of unsightly evidence of perspiration use tapered fabric inserts to make the bottom part of the shirt bigger to compensate for baby bump (either before or after baby) an old shirt a new look.

Fabric basket and bin tutorials.

SUPER USEFULL~~~ Surlepetitchemin's box, made with this tutorial from Pink Penguin's fabric basket In a Nutshell's nesting boxes Jezze's no-interfacing storage basket Urban Nest's cereal box storage bins Kargrrl's square-bottomed canvas bucket

I ALWAYS need this done to my pants. There are so many great ways to refashion clothes on here. Let the thrifting commence!

I've done this differently but this is certainly another - and probably quicker - method. Alterations are always customer's choice. Original Pinner: Fixing the Gap - While Camden Sleeps.