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Topic: What to make when your boyfriend is a tech-whore  (Read 1446 times)
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« on: November 06, 2006 06:35:36 AM »

Hellos, I new to the forums so this is my first post and pseudo craft venture....When you live with a technology-whore, that is also a bit on the messy side you can construct this lovely and slightly ghetto remote control/take out menu holder. I used an old pillow case (explains the slightly tacky pattern) folded it in half and blanket stitched the sides and stitched individual pockets for the various remote controls my boyfriend has. Then with the excess pillow case shreds i sewed little loops to hang it on the wall.


Modeled by one of my fellow english instructors :-P
http://download-v5.streamload.com/02de96ea-8cca-45b0-a990-09a1480cf0ce/lem0ndrop23/Hosted/DSC01918.JPG

I'd like to make one that is a little more pleasing to the eye later on but it's a tad difficult to get a hold of any crafty materials out in the boonies of South Korea, i've gotta order everything online.
« Last Edit: November 08, 2006 04:06:22 AM by lem0ndrop » THIS ROCKS   Logged
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