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How to make your own fitting harem pants and top Measure from your waist to above the ankle. Mark this on the fabric, this will be the length of the pants. Cut the excedent, as well the other edge of the fabric. Fold the fabric as you can see in the picture. How to make your own fitting harem pants and top
How to Make A Basic Triangle Top with skirted bottom
Supplies: - Large square scarf or fabric - Scissors - 3 minutes of your time I used a 30x30 vintage square scarf. It's already on the bigger side of scarves, so I'd recommend finding the largest square scarf you can find. For reference - I'm about 5'2", and you can check out the pictures above to see how a 30x30 scarf vest fit me. It'll all depend on your height, your preference, and the scarf you use, but the pictures above will help you gauge how your finished piece will look. Scarf Vest Scarf Vest
This is an easy diy tutorial on how to sew a double ruffle neckline accessory. This accessory is great when you want different style options. You can wear it one way for the ceremony and another style for the reception. Also a great option for Bridesmaids. {Issara} How to sew a Double Ruffle Neckline Accessory {Issara} How to sew a Double Ruffle Neckline Accessory
Make Your Own Super-Stylish Harem Pants
DIY Lingerie To make all of these Instructables, download this collection of How To’s as an ebook. Download » "DIY Lingerie" is a collection of the sexiest how-to-lingerie projects. Save money by making custom lingerie for yourself or your sweetheart. We have patterns and tips for making your own lace underwear, bras, and even edible undergarments! All projects come from, are written by racy, lacy experts, and contain pictures for each step so you can easily do it yourself. DIY Lingerie
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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 Soot Sprite Cellphone Charm Soot Sprite Cellphone Charm
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How to Make a Steampunk Corset 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 _______________________________________________________________________ I have been making corsets for a few years now and I frequently receive emails from people requesting tips and advice on how to get started. Also, I understand that depending on their nature, corsets can be quite expensive and therefore not accessible to everyone. I have spent considerable effort constructing a method for making a corset requiring the least amount of technical knowledge, expensive tools and tedium I could manage.

How to Make a Steampunk Corset

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 foam 1/2" thick approximately 24.5"x18" (Depends on the size of your purse.) - Scissors - Velcro (either sew on, or ready to stick. Camera Bag Purse Camera Bag Purse

DIY Convertible Dress

DIY Convertible Dress 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. For instance, you could draw it so that 1" = 1/4". If I am 65" tall and want to draw my figure in 1/4" scale I would draw it 16 1/4" tall. Choose the largest scale that will allow you to fit a figure your height on your paper. How to Draft a Custom Hoop Skirt Pattern With the Exact Shape You Want How to Draft a Custom Hoop Skirt Pattern With the Exact Shape You Want
Sun dress made from 3 mens shirts 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. It looks best if the 3 shirts are the same colors or patterns. (or very closely similar) I chose 3 shirts with blue and white stripes, the bodice has narrower stripes. The dress uses 1 shirt for the bodice and 2 shirts for the skirt, so if you want a contrasting skirt, then get 2 shirts in the skirt color and 1 shirt in the bodice color. For example, if you wanted a dress with blue top and white skirts, you would need 1 blue shirt and 2 white shirts. Sun dress made from 3 mens shirts
Recycled Denim Dress
Here are the things that you will need in order to complete this project... A sewing machine (one that can do a straight stitch and a zig zag stitch) Scissors Straight Pins and Hand Sewing Needles Thread (conventional AND glow in the dark thread--this can be found at any local fabric store, and comes in an array of colors) Crazy hat with earflaps! With glow in the dark highlights!
Princess Leia Hooded Tank Top
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Chador for prayers (and around the house) | Old School Hejabi
Making a chador | Old School Hejabi
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