Sewing Patterns for Travel Bags: When You're on the Go Are you headed over the river and through the woods this holiday season? Whether you’re hitting the open road or flying the friendly skies, make sure you’re ready to travel in style with these sewing patterns for travel bags. Learn how to sew a reversible tote and zipper pouch, perfect for travel, in the FREE Craftsy class Bag-Making Basics! Carry-on bags Photo via StudioCherie The Travel Duffel pattern is just the right size for a weekend trip, as a carry-on bag for the plane, or a roomy tote for the car (to keep all of your road-trip essentials close at hand).
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CAFTAN Featured: Oscar de la Renta Caftan Oscar de la Renta shows us how to relax with this 2009 caftan style. The sheer striped silk print is so feminine and the flat braid trim makes this style ultra luxe. Can you just imagine lounging around in this? (You’ll definitely want to sew one up as no pattern is required.) This is a classic piece that belongs in any collection of beautiful, fine clothing.
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Free Hat Patterns : Posted on | October 9, 2008 | 8 Comments The links on this page are for sewn hats only. There are fabulous patterns available for knitted and crocheted hats, but I don’t do those crafts so I didn’t list them. If you do knit and crochet, take a look here.
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double chain stitch This stitch follows the same technique as a simple chain stitch. The only difference between the two is that a double chain stitch is done over two parallel stitch lines, instead of one. Thus, in the end, the visual effect is that it looks more or less like an open feather stitch. To be able to do this stitch, it is good if you are aware of the chain stitch technique. I will be working on two straight parallel stitch lines, from bottom to top.
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