Measure from your waist to above the ankle.
Supplies: - Large square scarf or fabric - Scissors - 3 minutes of your time
This is an easy diy tutorial on how to sew a double ruffle neckline accessory.
"DIY Lingerie" is a collection of the sexiest how-to-lingerie projects. Save money by making custom lingerie for yourself or your sweetheart.
To make a soot sprite charm, you will need: • A bunch of black seed beads (I used size 11) • 2 round white shell beads • A blob of black clay (I use sculpey,t but I think Polyform would work too) • About 6" of cord • A lobster clasp • 4 jump rings (I like using two oval ones and two circle) I find a lot of my beading supplies at Walmart, I know everything that you need for a soot sprite is there, though I'm not sure about clay or white beads. Tools: • 2 Shish Kabob sticks • Wire (about 2 inches) • Needle-nose pliers • A toothpick • Scissors
Estimated Cost: ~$30-$50 (more if you don't already own the necessary tools) Estimated completion time: 10-15 hours Difficulty: Moderate but accessible to newcomers _______________________________________________________________________
Here's a list of what you'll need: - Purse (I got mine from a thrift store for $2. Make sure it's large enough for your camera and extra lenses and such. Also, extra pockets on the outside are super handy for purse things, since you won't be using the pockets inside.) - Fabric 1 yd (I chose a flannel print, since it's softer) - Soft f oam 1/2" thick approximately 24.5"x18" (Depends on the size of your purse.) - Scissors - Velcro (either sew on, or ready to stick.
I immediately fell in love with pictures of the Butter by Nadia dress, but at $250, I knew I could DIY it for less. I started seeing the same design being offered by lots of different companies, and figured it must be something great! This convertible dress can be wrapped in an infinite number of ways to create different style.
We're going to make our drawing to scale; that is, it will be drawn to the exact measurements we need, only smaller.
Materials needed: First you need 3 men's long-sleeved shirts . You can get these from a thrift store, or recycle your husband or boyfriend's old shirts.
Here are the things that you will need in order to complete this project...
This easy top is simple enough for beginners sew but looks cool enough to wear to a con. The top has one seam going down the back, a keyhole opening with hook closures at the back of the neck (authentic to the actual dress worn by Carrie Fisher in the films) and the signature waist-length hood.
I have bias tape on the brain because our next Sis Boom pattern requires significant amounts of it :) . I'm not ready to spill the design details yet, but I will share my recent personal progress in bias tape making. Generally, when a pattern calls for bias tape, I just run out and buy it.