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T-shirt. Diy Couture Hood ∙ How To by Rosie M. You need to join your hood pieces together in pairs.

Diy Couture Hood ∙ How To by Rosie M

Join your two outer hood pieces together first. Lay one piece out flat with the right side of the fabric facing upwards towards you, then lay the other piece face down on top of it. Pin all the way along the long curved edge that will form the ‘backbone’ of your hood. Sew along this line with straight stitch. Turn the hood the ‘right’ way round so that you are looking at the neat edge of your seam and, continuing to look at this neat edge, sew a line of straight stitch all the way along this line, very close to the seam (about 1 or 2mm.) Folded Miniskirt Tutorial. Difficulty: Intermediate.

Folded Miniskirt Tutorial

It's based on the Drapedrape dress no 7, and it has the same 'what am I looking at here' feel to it. At one point you'll think, 'what a mess' and then it just clicks and you have a beautiful skirt. This click does not seem to happen with everyone, showing from the comments. If you're not sure about it: wait for the pattern! Fabric: One meter/yard is more than enough. Tools: Nothing fancy, just pins, maybe chalk, ruler, scissors. Step 1: Pattern pieces & measurements The pattern pieces for this skirt are so easy, you can draw your own right on the fabric. 1) front I used my measurements as an example: 100 cm. 2) back The width of the back will then be ([measurement]/2)-10, which is 40 cm for me. 3) lining The lining will have the same width as the front piece (60 for me), but half of the length, which is 33,5.

We are working with a few centimeters of excess fabric, so if the pieces are a bit off here and there during the assembling, don't worry. Easy DIY bandeau! [Tuto] Jupe-Sarouel Asymétrique toutes Tailles {Enfant & Adulte} { Dans la mythologie grecque, Terpsichore est la Muse de la Danse } Il était temps que je le fasse, voici enfin le tuto promis de la « jupe-sarouel asymétrique » que je vous avais présentée : Pour me faire pardonner de l’attente, je vous livre les mesures de la taille 12-18 mois à la taille adulte ;o) Pour l’occasion, j’ai cousu à ma fille quasiment la même que la mienne!

[Tuto] Jupe-Sarouel Asymétrique toutes Tailles {Enfant & Adulte}

(Photos éditées le 27 Août 2012) Jupe-Sarouel : jupe en broderie anglaise, sarouel en étamine de chanvre et coton bio Top à bretelles nouées: Jersey de chanvre et coton bio ___________________________________ (Je tiens à rappeler que le pas à pas du présent post est une adaptation duTuto du Vrai sarouel Indien de The Parvatishop – merci à elle!) Ce tutoriel est mis à disposition selon les termes de la Licence Creative CommonsAttribution – Pas d’Utilisation Commerciale 2.0 France Matériel Nécessaire Les Mesures Les marges de couture sont comprises.

How To Make An Easy Dress (For Cheap!) Two facts about me: I'm cheap.

How To Make An Easy Dress (For Cheap!)

I love dresses. I wear dresses probably 6 days out of the week. It's not that I one day just decided to wear dresses to feel cute and girly. Far from it. Back in November when I really started Talk2thetrees I kinda just wore pajama pants and sweat pants. Dresses are so comfortable, I can sit around the house and feel comfortable and cute. The only problem.. they are expensive! Here is a tutorial on a High Waisted Dress: For under 6 bucks! First you will need a ribbed tank top. I got mine from Walmart for 2.50 You could also use a t-shirt 3 yards of matching fabric. Clearance section is my favorite. Cut the tank top almost in half. (I cut mine a little too short.. oops!) For the bottom part of your dress take the fabric and wrap it around your waist about 1 and a half times, and cut in a straight line.

I never measure, I never use patterns... Recycled Craft: Fingerless Mittens - Whole Living Live Green. As you burrow back into your cold-weather clothes, you're probably taking stock of your sweater supply.

Recycled Craft: Fingerless Mittens - Whole Living Live Green

Here's an option for the ones that are too shrunken or moth-eaten to donate: Turn them into fingerless mittens. They're cozy, chic, and (we promise!) Much easier than you think. All you need is a formerly loved sweater, scissors, a few pins, a needle and some thread. Tools and Materials SweaterScissorsPinsNeedleThread Fingerless Mittens How-To1. 2. 3.