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I have made my journal cover to fit an A5 art diary which is 6.25 inches wide, and 8.25 inches long. If your journal differs from these measurements, the method of construction will remain the same, but you will need to alter the measurements to fit.
Here's a quick project to make for someone who loves to sew. With our easy to follow measuring instructions a custom fitting cozy can be easily sewn in an evening. This formula will work on anything you need to cover, sewing machines, sergers, toaster ovens - just about anything. Simply follow this easy to follow formula for a perfect fit every time.
My friend was wearing this super cute circle scarf from American Apparel and I wanted one!! Circle scarves, also called infinity scarves, are so popular this fall! I love the look of them!
I know it's not green or shamrock themed, but I had to share my latest project: DIY Sherpa Boots! Microsuede on one side & fluffy sherpa on the other = soooo wonderful to wear.
I received a Kindle Fire for Christmas, it was the perfect present for me, both unexpected and practical. I read that Amazon sold at least 4 million of these for the holidays – so there’s a good chance you got one, too. Besides reading books and magazines on the go, Kindles can play on the Internet . If you’re in the middle of a great book and find yourself with time to kill during your busy day you’ll want to take it with you. And if it’s leaving the house, you probably should put it in a pretty carrying case. I certainly shouldn’t mention that I knew I needed a case when all I had was a size 4 “pull-up” to put the kindle in.
Last March, my hubby gave me a kindle for my birthday... I was so excited! He even got me the case that had a light in it! There were many nights spent reading to the wee hours with my handy dandy lighted case... Until the tragedy happened (twice). My little 3 year old is the perfect toddler when it comes to getting into things.
We are so excited for our 2nd season of “The DIY Dish!” Thank you for your feedback, kind words, and encouragement in this “journey” – we sincerely appreciate it! This episode has Kris as the “instructor” and Kim creates the project while anticipating what your questions might be. We’ll also be sure to bring you an accompanying download with the “main episode” projects that include a materials list and helpful tips or hints.
The sewing machine is something that we use so often that’s it’s usually left out even in between projects. So here are 8 cover patterns for the sewing machine to make it super cute or even match your decor when it’s left out on the table.
Frugality is my middle name. Couple that with my penchant for anything cute and you've got a heartbroken girl mourning her inability to dole out the big bucks to satisfy her cute quota. But - not to worry!! Always on my toes to tangle myself into yet another ambitious project, knowing still that I only average a 20% success rate, I'd quickly found the remedy for my weakness. Ingredients:
My first tutorial!!!! And I'm not even using my sewing machine ;) Original idea came from Pinterest, of course. Image HERE. Ok, first you need to gather your supplies. Here is what I used: