Craft:g33k: Tardis Tissue Box Cozy. UPDATE: This blog post has gone around some, which is awesome, but I know these instructions are a little fly-by-night.
If you want any help please feel free to comment and I will respond. It had to be done. It's so obvious that it's even been done before. This is my interpretation, made for the Great Geek Swap. My swapper partner likes Dr. The BBC has actually copyrighted the TARDIS design, which is one of those interesting copyright oddities since clearly this "design" was just borrowed from actual police boxes designed for the London PD. Supplies:20x20" Fusible interfacing1/4 yd Dark denim1/4 yd liningSilver Satin (scraps)Embroidery floss (white and navy)Print n Press transfer paper (dark fabric)Sewing Machine, denim needle & navy threadBead for top light1 5.5x5.5" cardboard square I wanted to do a more detailed HOWTO, but my process got changed and convoluted somewhere along the way so this is the best I can muster. And here's the sign I used (with Print n Press transfer paper).
Family Style - StumbleUpon. This is the most beautiful felt project we’ve seen.
Strips of felt are wrapped around each other with hot glue to create this amazing swirled effect. What a great project for a snowed-in weekend and a movie marathon with the family. The kids could even help cut strips and decide on color combination while you operate the hot glue gun. Embroidery. Married to a bmw Free Sewing Patterns: Embroidery 07.
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Denim Sunburst Textile Art. Fearless Techniques for Embroidery on Jeans « Designsbysick.com Embroidery Articles. By Charlotte Gilmour Tired of paying high prices for embroidered jeans?
Want to embroider on your own jeans? It’s easier than you may think. Note: Special items you will need in regards to embroidering on jeans pockets are: Jeans thread (a heavy duty thread made for use on jeans & denim) Either sticky stabilizer or a good textile spray adhesive to secure your jeans on top of regular stabilizer of choice. For jeans legs or pockets, you will need a fabric safe/will wash out marker. First, if your jeans are new, wash them normally to accommodate any necessary shrinkage. There are three ways to get stitched embellishment on your jeans: One way is of course the traditional hand methodAnother is to partially disassemble your jeans (not as hard as it sounds) orAnother option is to embroider either appliquÃ© or patch type designs as separate componants or even FSL (Free Standing Lace) and stitch on manually or using a loose zigzag stitchÂ (using thread in the same color as your FSL).
How to Embroider Jeans. Darlene’s Thread: How to Embroider Your Jeans for Spring! When-to-Watch: March 7th @ 11 A.M., March 22nd @ 4 A.M.
& 2 P.M., and March 30th @ 12 Midnight, 1 A.M., 8 A.M., 11 A.M., 12 Noon, 4 P.M., 7 P.M., & 9 P.M. Sweet Spring Sewing! Whatever your personal style is, we all "seam" to wear one thing in common: jeans. Whether you are artsy bohemian, classic sophisticate or fun and whimsical, there is an area to stitch, and a design to reflect your personality. The best part is, you don't have to know how to sew to achieve great results with machine embroidery!
Reader Linda asked if you can embroider purchased jeans down the side of the leg. First, I would recommend jeans without the flatfell outside seam. Time and money saving tip: When you have completed an embroidery that leaves a small hole in the sticky stabilizer, you can patch the hole with a smaller piece of stabilizer instead of starting all over. Hand Embroidered Note : Daily source of DIY craft projects and inspiration,... - StumbleUpon.