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Working with vintage unprinted patterns is actually a snap once you know what the little punched perforations mean. A quick overlook: Large circles lined up in pairs with a few inches between them typically indicate the grainline. Large circles alone typically indicate stop-stitching points, button positions, center fronts, or seam allowances with a let-out. Small, individual circles around the edges of the pattern indicate the seam allowance, and small circles in a series of two or three close together indicate matching points.
The URL for this page is: http://crafts.sleepingbaby.net/fleece.html Fleece ring sling with sewn-in pleats
As promised a few weeks ago , I’ve put together a pattern and some instructions for how you can create your own beaded scallop edge detachable collar (phew that’s a mouthful!!)
Leg warmers make a great last-minute gift for a fellow fashionista. Photo: Michael Plunkett Today on the BurdaStyle blog is my project on making a pair of spat-style legwarmers. This project is the perfect way to use of fabric scraps from your stash.
Inspired by vintage accessories, we came up with this cute Peter Pan collar. The pom poms are a favorite around here and add a fun touch. Not only is this a cute project, but it comes together quickly.
Peter Pan collars are my absolute favourite. I bought this little nautical dress and an identical floral one weeks and weeks ago with a view to adding cute collars to them but I've only just found the time to actually do it.