Patchwork. Bags. Packing Tape Image Transfers. I love image transfers.
It’s something I’m always using in my journals but there are so many other fun uses for them. All you need to make a transfer is a photocopy of an image or words and packing tape. You can also use printouts from a laser printer or magazine pages. Inkjets will not work because they are not heat based toner. So take some photos to the copy machine or tear some pages out of your favorite magazine to get started. First, take a strip of packing tape and place it over the images you want to transfer: Then use the back of your scissors or the side of your fingernail to make sure the tape is adhered firmly: Next, dip the tape and paper into a bowl of water to wet the back: Using your fingers, start to rub off the paper from the back of the tape: Like magic….your image is left behind on the tape! 12 months to a fitter you. Gabriella Boston E-mail the writer The holiday parties are over, and now many Americans are setting fitness goals for the new year.
For many of us, the simple goal of “fitness” might seem a long way off — the average American is 20 to 25 pounds overweight and isn’t physically active, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — but it’s far from unattainable. We asked four local fitness experts how to make incremental changes throughout 2014 with the year-end goal of losing those extra 20 to 25 pounds and becoming stronger physically and mentally with the help of exercise, meditation and nutrition changes. This is our “couch-to-fit” calendar for 2014, with guidance from Faith Hunter, a yoga teacher and owner of Embrace yoga studio in Adams Morgan; Mansur Mendizabal, a D.C. For additional information and instruction, turn to your doctor or personal trainer; results aren’t guaranteed.
52 Totally Feasible Ways To Organize Your Entire Home. Hacks To Make Life Easier (48 Pics. Couture,tricot, broderie (tutos) Couture,tricot, broderie (tutos) Flat bottom straight sides zippy pouch. I love the method of sewing across two corners of a pouch or bag to create a flat bottom (this post is going to sound a bit like a cosmetic surgery clinic brochure at times I fear), but sometimes I don’t want the sides of the bag/pouch slope inwards towards the base.
I knew that this had to be solvable through the careful application of trigonometry, so…. I decided just to take a guess at how to solve it (‘cos I’m no mathematician). After a few false starts, I managed to draw this pattern which creates a straight-ish sided pouch with a flat bottom. The finished pouch is 9″ wide, 7″ high and around 3″ deep at the base. I also have an issue with the standard way of doing zip ends. Before you start you need to download and print the pdf pattern. You will need: Preparing the fabrics Cut out two pieces of outer fabric and two pieces of lining fabric, using the larger pattern piece. Patch blog. Piece and Press. Mirjam van der Hoorn (madebymirjam) en Pinterest.
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Viele hübsche Nähereien erreichen uns dann per Mail oder wir entdecken sie in unserer Klick-und-Blick-Galerie oder bei Facebook oder auf anderen SocialMedia-Plattformen. Eine Idee zur Clutch von der Taschenspieler2-CD hat uns besonders gut gefallen. Espiral establece Griselda. Hable con LiveInternet - Servicio rusos Diarios Online. Bleach on fabric tutorial - Stencil Revolution. Here is my Bleaching Tutorial, exclusively for Stencil Revolution members.
In 2002, I was hired by a small clothing company to invent a process by which we could produce images on garments that would be more “tattooed” into the fabric than screened on. I immediately thought about bleach and began two years of research and testing. I worked with chemists, fabric manufacturers, and artists. I wrecked my studio, my clothes, and my lungs. I wasn’t paid nearly enough for this. Chemically, to achieve different values, I worked with retardants to slow the process of the chemical’s effects, I watered down mixtures, I used “stop-baths”, dehydrated bleach crystals… you name it. So, here is the big secret, just for S.R. members. Contributed by Phelyx. I have finally completed this simple tutorial and am pleased with the results. DIY Shibori. Today marks HonestlyWTF’s four year anniversary.
Four years! To celebrate, we’re revisiting the very first tutorial we ever featured on the site: shibori tie dye. Lauren and I first discovered shibori after discovering an old photo on the web. The idea of recreating an ancient Japanese dyeing technique inspired us to spend an entire weekend experimenting with our favorite deep blue, indigo. After dyeing just about every white article of clothing in sight, our blue stained fingers excitedly uploaded the tutorial – we couldn’t wait to share it with our 30 readers. La couture gratuite !
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