Flutter Sidewalk Surfers for Women. Pasta with Cherry Tomatoes and Almond Pesto. HOW TOs. The Five Hotel – Experience Boutique Hotel Paris- OFFICIAL SITE. Tempt your 5 senses: your sense of smell, touch, taste, hearing and your sight. • Your sense of smell: choose one of our 5 fragrances to use in your room: - The gourmet touch: Fig & wood, a soft, fruity fragrance with warm and sweet tones. - The tonic touch: Cologne inspiration, a subtle smell of invigorating green mint.
This pure scent will refresh your body and mind. - The relaxing touch: Sandalwood, a scent that will relax you and enable you to escape during your sleep. - The sensual touch: the Jathikai, an aphrodisiac and spicy smell which will awaken your senses with its smooth and intense features. Design and Boutique Rooms. BOUTIQUE HOTEL in Paris ! SEVEN HOTEL ****, Official Site ! Design Hotel Paris Design Hotel Paris Trocadero Room. Hôtel Design Paris France. DualMate Plus lV - Sewing & Craft Club. DIY Christmas Stockings: a Sewing Tutorial. MarySew » How To: Make a Steampunk/Burlesque Fascinator Hat. Strung Sewing Button Sculpture. More Fabric Flowers. I love the look of the Forever Fabric Flowers I made a few months ago.
They’re also fun to make, using all those squares. However, I wanted that look on a recent project, but without the raw edges that are left in the middle. I came up with this pattern, and so far it’s worked out great. Same look, finished edges. Reversible Coffee Cup Sleeves. I’m gonna tell you right now, you can’t throw a rock and not hit a tutorial for a coffee cup sleeve out there on the web.
Reversible, not reversible, buttons, Velcro, skinny, wide, you name it. For that matter, you can probably work a pattern out yourself. However, just in case your rock lands here, I’m going to share my version with you. Beginner's Bias Tape Bag with Free Downloadable Pattern. Stepping Thru Crazy: Round Braid Bracelets.
I've got another EASY tutorial.
GASP! This one is pretty easy, but since I watched a video on how to do a round braid, I won't take credit for the instructions. Here's the video I watched on YouTube: Pretty Felt Flowers. At the book launch party, there was a table devoted to crafting with felt.
I made several flower pins and some templates for others to use. Stepping Thru Crazy: Men's Button-Up Refashion... into Ladies Tank! A few years ago, when the hubby and I lived in Florida (this was pre-kids, so make that 5-ish years...)
I bought him a button-up shirt for his work. The deal was that he had to wear blue or white button-ups, so I thought, "Why not both at the same time? " And I got him this:Apparently when he wore it to work, his boss told him he looked like a picnic basket, aaand the shirt was retired to the closet. Fashion, Sewing Patterns, Inspiration, Community, and Learning. Fleece Dog Bed Tutorial. Loki got a new bed today and the weather held out for photos, so you all get a new tutorial!
Read below to learn how to make this cute fluffy fleece dog bed! I’ve made… four of these now? At least four. Anyway, you can make these all different heights and diameters (π is your friend). Loki already loves it, he’s sleeping on it right now under my desk. You’ll need 1 1/4 yards of fleece. I cut the 26″ square first, then folded in it fourths.
(If you buy 1 1/3 yards, you can squeeze out 28″ circles, but not much more than that.) Now, sew the long pieces together on the short side, right sides together, to make once long piece. Now mark the halfway points on both circles. Easy iPhone Sleeve Tutorial. **UPDATE 10/31/12 – Welcome to all the new visitors finding their way here from some of the holiday tutorial roundups!
When you are making this, please keep in mind that if you or your intended gift recipient has an iPhone 5, this sleeve won’t fit. The iPhone 5 is .37″ taller than the iPhone 4/4s. Adding .75″ to the total length of the fabric piece that you cut out should compensate nicely. Anthro Trimmed Necklace Knockoff. Drafting a Princess Line Dress Pattern from the Basic Bodice Block. Taste-Test Recipe Binder. I’ve mentioned that I love to cook.
And eat of course – but that usually takes cooking first. Adjustable Button Necklace « Trash to Treasure - tutorials. This wonderful tutorial is made by Petronella Luiting specially for our project "Tarbetust tarvilikuks" (Trash to treasure) - in witch we share tutorials of recycling and reusing things.
This project is in Estonian language but some of the texts will be available in English as well... There are plenty of fab tutorials in Estonian version of the page - you can check them out HERE. Don't speak Estonian? No problem just crab Google Translate and follow clear and good photos of the instructions. Untitled. Here’s the tutorial for Sadie’s pleated headband she wore with her Winter Wonderland dress.
Click below for more! You’ll need: scrap of fabric (mine was about 3″x11.5″)scrap of interfacing (same size, ish)elastic headband (I found mine at both Target and the dollar store)pearls or buttons if you wantscrap of matching feltglue gun First, cut your piece of fabric out.. Iron on your interfacing…(obviously mine wasn’t exact, it doesn’t need to be, just close enough) Then, I serged (or you could zig zag stitch), each short end. Folded it over, towards the wrong side of the fabric, and ironed it. Then, I folded it in half lengthwise like so, (right sides together) and serged down the edge…making sure to keep the ironed edges tucked down like so.
(no pic, sorry!) I also dabbed a little bit of fabric glue between the fabric on the short ends to keep them closed. I then cut a piece of felt to fit, rounded the edges… The junebug dress. And now for the Junebug dress tutorial/sew along. Braided headbands.
I am STILL growing my hair out and while I have surpassed the really difficult stage, it seems I am always one bad hair day away from shaving my head. I've done it before and could do it again- once you know how easy it is to have short hair or very little hair, it is SO tempting to go back. That is why having lots of hair accessories on hand is a MUST! I have a variety of ways that I like to pull my hair back and lately I've been having fun making my own braided headbands.
They are really easy to make and super cute to wear on a bad hair day :) Start with a blank headband or even upcycle one that you are ok covering up. Using fabric (pretty much anything), cut into strips a little longer than the headband and braid the strips. The Knotted Headband Tutorial. Page corner bookmarks. This project comes to you at the request of Twitterer @GCcapitalM.