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Oven Rack Pull by TG Designs. TG Designs is owned by Tina and Gene King. Wood is in our blood. For generations both of our families were connected to woodworking, crafting and carpentry. Although we started in different directions, Gene a military carrier and Tina as a musician and teacher, We have drawn on our family history and now are following in the family traditions. Our goal is to revive the craftsmanship of the past and give it new life for today's generations.

Book of Shadows: #BOS The Calling In of the Four Directions page. Stop by my Etsy Shop:

Leslie Caron reading between dances in An American in Paris (1951). The plot may be problematic, but such concerns are rendered superfluous ...

"found this in aisle 3. i'll take one please." -michael clifford

DUSTIN'S GARAGE NEEDS THIS!!! ---This is a good idea, rolling shelf, but instead...strong coasters that can change direction (: Can be done for all kinds of things

We love the sweet white pinafore that Kathy K made for American Girl Nellie using our Pattern #1022: Cookie Time Apron, Pinafore and Oven Mitt for 18" Dolls (in our Etsy shop at Kathy noticed that the ruffle is really a dart. Since darts are best stitched from the widest part to the vanishing point, why not sew this ruffle the same way — from the shoulder seam in both directions. Great tip, Kathy!

Gene Kelly. And note: Name says it all. Genius!

Previous pinner wrote, "Under-cabinet knife drawer is off the counter and away from young hands (@ American Woodworker)"

We made this trendy, fringed, high-low handkerchief hem top for our American Girl doll using Lee & Pearl Pattern 1032: Desert Sunrise Top or Maxi Dress for 18 inch dolls, and the free tweak-the-pattern adaptation in our June 2016 newsletter. Get the tweak — which also includes an Empire waist version — in our Newsletter Archive at And find Pattern 1032 in our Etsy shop at…