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PEP1 home furnishings

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People suggested some of these as part of the clothing PEP1, but I thought it deserved its own PEP1. I'm not sure how to allocate skill levels. Please, all, jump in and say what you think, and add things.

Make curtains.
Make a quilt.
Make a mattress.
Make rugs: make a woven rug, make a hooked rug, make a braided rug, make a pile rug.
Make a slipcover.
Reupholster a chair.
Make an upholstered chair from scratch.
Make a feather pillow.
Make a featherbed.
Make a down comforter.
Make a non-down comforter.
Make a woven/knitted/crocheted coverlet.
Make sheets and pillowcases.
Make cushions.
Make towels.

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