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#Tutoriel# Une robe Plantain très facile | Deer&Doe - le blog. Aujourd’hui, j’ai une excellente nouvelle à vous annoncer : la belle Anna, que vous connaissez sans doute déjà via son blog Paunnet et qui traduit les patrons Deer&Doe en anglais depuis maintenant plus d’un an, rejoint dorénavant l’équipe de manière beaucoup plus régulière. Elle animera en effet le blog anglophone de Deer&Doe avec des tutoriels et des variations sur les patrons ! Vous pourrez retrouver ses tutoriels en VO sur la version anglaise du blog, et traduits en français par ici Et pour son tout premier article, Anna vous propose dans le cadre du défi Plantain une adorable variation sous forme de robe babydoll ! Bonjour tout le monde ! Je suis vraiment ravie d’être ici, et j’espère que nous aurons l’occasion de bien nous amuser ensemble Aujourd’hui, nous allons voir comment transformer le t-shirt Plantain en une adorable et confortable robe babydoll.

Réalisons-la en quelques étapes simples ! Fournitures : 1. Tout d’abord, recopiez les pièces du t-shirt dos et devant. 2. 3. Et voila ! Mirage antique ou le col bénitier facile. La robe Mirage de Aime comme Marie, transformée par un dos drapé ! De face la robe est fidèle au modèle de Marie, mais de dos elle n’a plus du tout la même allure !

Photographiée ici à la tombée du jour, dans un décor sur mesure, au milieu des vieilles pierres: le château d’Ourem au Portugal ! Un endroit où nous aimons aller en fin de journée déguster une ginja, une liqueur à base de griottes faite artisanalement et servie dans de petits verres remplis à ras bord ! Ce col drapé, appelé aussi col bénitier, est simple à réaliser et peut être créé facilement à partir d’un patron de top ou même de robe.

Je vous propose ici ma technique! Réaliser un col bénitier à partir d’un patron de base Il faut : Un patron basique de top ou de robe (à manches ou non)Un tissu fluide pour un beau tombé du drapé (ici un imprimé polyester de Mondial Tissus) Il ne reste plus qu’à couper le tissu et confectionner le modèle suivant les instructions initiales du patron. ...et voila le résultat! Free Pattern: Rosy Ladyshorts | Cloth Habit. Description Frou-frou meets everyday in these easy-to-make lace boyshorts that sit at the hips. The legs and waist are finished with elastic lace trim for softness. Designed for a lightweight 4-way stretch lace with 60-70% stretch. You can also try stretch mesh or your favorite jersey. (Some tips on stretch fabrics are included!)

Download the pdf printing I’ve included both instructions and pattern in the same pdf, which will print on both U.S. Tutorials and more info: Introduction to LadyshortsFabric and Material SuggestionsLadyshorts Construction Tutorial Downloading troubles? Google Traduction. Hipster-pattern. Panty Tutorial: How to Sew Underwear | This tutorial will take you, step by step, through the process of making underwear that fit you perfectly and look great too.

You can click on any of the photos in each step to enlarge them (which will make reading the text on some of them much easier). Please use this pattern for personal use only, and feel free to link back to this post. As always, I encourage you to Contact Me if you have any questions throughout the process, I love to hear from you!! Supplies: 1/2 yard of jersey fabric (up to 1 yard for larger sizes) – It is really hard to find cute jersey, so feel free to repurpose old t-shirts, pajamas or whatever jersey you can find! Create the Pattern: Start with your favorite pair of underwear that have seen better days, these will be referred to as the “pattern underwear”: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

You have now created your pattern! Cut Pattern from Fabric: 8. 9. 10. Construct the Panties: 11. -Front Piece, right side up -Bottom Piece, right side down 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Google Traduction. Teach Yourself To Sew 101. Start Our Free Online Sewing Class For Beginners. Pages This Blog Linked From Here Start Our Free Online Sewing Class For Beginners Whether you just want to brush up on sewing or have never touched a sewing machine before, this is the place for you! Lesson 5: How to Thread Your Machine lesson 6: How to Sew Straight, Curved, and Corners lesson 7: How to Sew a Basic Seamlesson 8: Trouble Shooting your Machine lesson 9: Basic Sewing Terms lesson 10: How to Fix Tension on Your Sewing Machinelesson 11: How to Read a Sewing Pattern Envelope ©Oh You Crafty Gal!

Posted by Julie Sews Email ThisBlogThis! Labels: sewing, sewing school 23 comments: Paige MckenzieMay 13, 2013 at 5:49 PMThank you so much for this! Load more... Newer PostOlder PostHome. Start Our Free Online Sewing Class For Beginners. Comment ajuster. Envie d’avoir un haut ajusté qui ne vous donnera pas l’impression d’être rentrée dans un sac de patates ? Alors les pinces sont pour vous ! Attention, ici pas de patronnage dans les clous, les puristes pourraient rire (jaune) et les grands couturiers se retourner dans leur tombe… Mais, quand on est tout seul face à son bout de vêtement trop large et qu’on a jamais pris un cours, faut bien trouver une solution. Voici mes recettes d’autodidacte. Avant de commencer : un peu de géométrie La couture, pour moi, c’est de la géométrie appliquée.

Étape 1 : je trace la base de la longueur souhaitée et je marque le milieu. Étape 2 : je trace les côtés. Si vous avez compris ça, vous allez tout comprendre aux pinces…c’est parti ! Les types de pinces (pour des hauts) Il existe différents types de pinces à utiliser selon l’effet désiré. La pince simple au niveau de la poitrine Elle permet d’ajuster un vêtement au niveau de la poitrine. La pince simple au niveau de la taille Ma préférée. 3) La pince double. Les manches. L’idée de cet article m’est venue un jour où je cogitais sur une tunique.

Je voulais un basique, mais qui aurait comporté quelques détails de style afin de le rendre “unique et personnalisé” Pour trouver l’inspiration, j’ai arpenté la galerie de T&N et les articles techniques de divers sites de couture tout en griffonnant de petits croquis pour garder toutes ces idées à portée de main. Et j’ai pensé qu’un répertoire de toutes ces formes pourrait être une aide précieuse pour la couturière (sans doute pas tout à fait débutante, certes) qui souhaiterait modifier un patron ou créer son modèle à partir d’éléments piochés à droite et à gauche. Voici le premier opus de la série, les manches. Il sera suivi d’un article sur les cols et encolures, et un article sur les plis et autres ornements.

Si un autre sujet vous titille, demandez ! 1 - Manches gigot2 - Emmanchure Raglan3 - Manches ballon4 - Manches pagode5 - Bretelles larges et froncées6 - Manches volantées. Double Sided Fabric Headband Pattern. Hello blog world! It’s been a busy weekend! I hope all you Americans had a fabulous 4th of July. We had friends stay with us, a cookout, and my friends even had a baby shower for me. All the hustle and bustle really took a toll on my body though. I’m packing my hospital bag tonight because last night I thought we might be making an early trip (still a few weeks to go….but you never know). Now, it wasn’t that bad, but it was bad enough to make me think I need to have everything prepared. A BIG THANK YOU to my hubby for a ton of back rubs I have this list of “blog” things I’m trying to finish up before baby E comes, so let’s see how I do. I’m starting with this one: Double Sided Fabric Headband Pattern.

You can make simple ones or more elaborate ones. Notes:-Always back stitch at the beginning and end of sewing, unless otherwise stated. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Then I slide the safety pin through the what needs to be turned and then pin one side of the end. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Les sites pour apprendre à coudre / patrons de couture gratuits | Madame Choup.

Apprendre à coudre sur Internet : des sites qui regorgent de conseils, tutos et patrons. Leçons, conseils couture Petit Citron: toutes les techniques de couture en image, des conseils, patrons…L’Atelier de Couture Husqvarna Viking : les base avec des vidéos explicatives pour coudre des poches, faire un ourlet, poser une fermetureCoupe Couture : « Le blog qui vous apprend à coudre ». ce blog est une mine d’informations pour nous les débutantes (et aussi les confirmées), des explications claires et illustrées pour faire des doublures, coussins…Leçons de couture : un blog qui recense les blogs couture avec des tutos. Classement par catégories : accessoires, jupe, hauts, pantalons… Patrons de couture gratuits Toujours plus haut : site qui liste des patrons de couture gratuits sur Internet.

WordPress: J'aime chargement… Couture facile. Patrons gratuits à télécharger. Apprendre-Couture.fr | Tutoriaux, exercices de couture sur machines à coudre, brodeuse. 850+ Free Bag Patterns! Welcome to the Free Bag Patterns section at SewingSupport.com. Here you'll find a collection of over 1000 free bag patterns & tutorials collected from all over the web. Make handbags, tote bags, wine bags, duffel bags, backpacks, and more! And since bags often consist of simple shapes with just a few seams, they can be a great first project for a beginner just learning how to sew. And since they can often be completed in very little time, the new sewer will feel animmediate sense of accomplishment.

Making a bag can also be a great way to use those smaller pieces of fabric you may have leftover from otherprojects, particularly if the bag design is small. Sewing Quick Tips: #1: Make sure to reinforce seams that will be subject to stress (such as the seams of a bag or where the bag handles attach to the body of the bag, especially if you plan to use the bag for heavy items) by either stitching again over the first row of stitching or by using a smaller stitch length. Fabric Baskets To Make - Sewing. I am always on the lookout for ways to better organize my life, especially my sewing and craft area.

I keep hoping that this will allow me to more easily find the things that I need when I need them and keep the area looking nice in the meantime. I like the idea of fabric storage bins or baskets, but many of the ones sold in stores are very plain looking or made with that papery fabric that isn't durable (and most of them are boring). Thinking that making my own would kill two birds with one stone by creating storage while using up fabric from my stash, I started looking around for patterns and found a number of patterns available on the internet. Now I have a new problem - too many choices! The patterns are linked below in case you are in need of more creative storage ideas too. Hanging Fabric Storage Baskets I love this idea of making fabric baskets with a sleeve on the back for hanging on a curtain rod!

Hey presto! Happy Sewing! Looking for more creative ways to organize your life? Free Sewing Book: Beginning Sewing Lessons. Picnic dress. Several people have asked me how to make my Picnic Dress. It’s a bit too complicated for the step by step instruction on how to draft a pattern I gave for the draped t-shirt, but I hope this will be enough detail for anyone who is familiar with how dresses are made. You will need 4 yards of 45″ fabric and an 18″ zipper. These are the pieces of the pattern. Mark out the measurements listed and the distances between them. For example, on the waistband measure out the distance between your underbust/ribcage and your waist, then measure half your ribcage measurement at one side and half your waist measurement at the other. Then draw out the rest of the shape so it looks more or less like the pieces in the picture.

If you aren’t used to making your own patterns it might be helpful to have a pattern for another dress to refer to, particularly for the sleeves. To make the curve of the skirt even, use your tape measure like an enormous protractor. Zippered inner bag pocket. **UPDATE** If you'd like this tutorial (or any of my others) in PDF format click here. Note: to view the PDF tutorial, you will need the latest Adobe Viewer program. Get the latest version of the viewer absolutely free by clicking on the button below: Here is a tutrorial for zippered pockets inside bags. They look smart, they prevent your valuables from going 'walkies', they make essentials such as lippy and your mirror easy to get at, and a girl can never have too many pockets in her bag!

This one is for you Katie :) A zippered pocket in one of the lining pieces of my bag-to-be. Here's how I put it together Shopping list (as if you were buying from a shop, if not using stash fabrics 0.5 yard of fabric for pocket0.5 yard of Vilene Firm Iron-on1x 7" Zip Click on any of the pictures to make them bigger. 1. Iron the same sized interfacing onto the wrong side of pocket pieces. Sew some stitches around the end of the zip to secure the zip halves (as shown in the pic) 2. 3. 4. 5. Bag Your Jacket Lining. Lining a jacket makes it last longer and become easier to slip on and off. Best yet, using the bagging method is as quick or quicker than finishing an unlined jacket. Photo: Sloan Howard. by Sandra Millettfrom Threads #88, pp. 56-59 Sewing jackets is something I like to do, but lining them is another matter. Prepare to bag All jackets benefit from having a lining; it lets the jacket slide easily over other clothes, drape correctly on the body, and stand up to wear and tear.

If you're using a pattern without a lining, it's easy to make a lining pattern. The bagging procedure begins only after the jacket and lining have been constructed, but there are a few details to attend to before construction. Since the jacket's seam allowances will be pressed open, don't serge any two seam allowances together, as you might be tempted to do, for example, on the center-back seam.

The next step is to create a temporary hem on the jacket. Join lining to jacketReady to sew nonstop? Leena's.com: PatternMaker Tutorial Web Site. Copyright ©1998-2000 Leena Lähteenmäki, Järvenpää Use PatternMaker ladies' coat/robe macro to draft patterns to this coat. To download and buy macros, please go to the PatternMaker Website. In the macro there are options for two kinds of hoods, normal and integrated. See picture. Iron interfacing to coat's front and back facings, under collar and pocket flaps. It is also good to iron interfacing to coat's hem seam allowance.

When cutting the collar pieces, cut upper collar about 1/4 inch (1/2 cm) bigger at the neck edge. Only vertical coat seams need to be overlocked. Cut a seam at the linings CB and add extra width to the seam, to form a pleat. Sew pocket flaps together along the outer edge right side to right side. Sew pockets to the front pieces. Sew a rectangle around the pocket mouth line, sewing through all thicknesses. If you need more instructions of how to sew pockets, refer to the general sewing instructions on this site. Sew the coat's shoulder and side seams.

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