I actually really like the publication - it's a good read, always has yummy recipes and, most of the time, has very tasteful and creative home decorating ideas. But something went terribly wrong back in May, when they published this humdinger:
Make a "dressy" shirt tablecloth
Step 1 Button the shirt up and cut away the sleeves and the back, leaving the collar and a seam allowance of 1cm to sew on excess fabric.
Step 2 Grab an old sheet or plain tablecloth that matches the shirt and cut in half.
Step 3 Lay the shirt front in-between the two halves of the tablecloth and sew both edges, creating one tablecloth with the shirt in the middle.
Step 4 Hem the entire tablecloth with a 1cm hem.