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  1. Carrie 1
    Carrie Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011 at 11:20 am |

    Oh my gosh…cutest darned segment ever!! You did fantastic. Love the slipcovers. Now, if only I knew how to thread a bobbin….
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  2. Wendy Mihm 3
    Wendy Mihm Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011 at 1:19 pm |

    Oprah needs to wake up and call your bad self! How fun to see you in action (you are tall!) and take a peek at your house with the gorgeous built in cabinets. You did great on air and are a natural. Congratulations Sara — I hope your site explodes with traffic and that you get a ton of wonderful positive exposure!
    p.s. I have those same Kleenexes — we buy them in bulk from Costco. But they are not covered with those cute slipcovers because I cannot figure out how to thread my bobbin correctly either…

  3. kim-todays creative blog 5
    kim-todays creative blog Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011 at 4:56 pm |

    Great job Sara! I love it! I also need sewing lessons!
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  4. Corinne 6
    Corinne Thursday, May 5th, 2011 at 9:30 pm |

    Here’s what I really love about that slipcover TV spot… using small amounts of fabric to bring together the room in a stylish way – fabric that I can either get seriously inexpensively, or already have! This is not just Oprah-worthy, it’s Martha-esque. Only much more Frugal. That’s seriously stylish. Only – I’m bobbin challenged as well…. luckily, my husband sews. Way to go SARA!

  5. Lane' 7
    Lane' Friday, May 6th, 2011 at 2:25 pm |

    Way to go, Sara! I would love to have you as a guest at one of my monthly informal Meetups! And, while I don’t use kleenex (I’m a hankie gal), you can still use the box covers to store hankies in (repurpose an old box to store the hankies in). A BIG congrats to you!!
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