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Patron Flor Sencilla. Needle Felting Instruction: Bunny Puff Episode 1, Body Head and Legs by Sarafina Fiber Art. DIY Needle Felting Faces. Dimensions - Felted Characters. Create a Felt Flower. Create a Felt Flower. Felt Making Tutorial. How To Felt. Felt Making Demonstration. Feltmaking for Beginners. PERLES EN LAINE FEUTREE. Beginning Basic Weave. Beginning Basic Weave. Weaving on a Cardboard Loom. Soumak Weaving for the Beginner. Let's spend a few moments thinking about Soumak tapestry weaving in a broad sense.

Soumak Weaving for the Beginner

Its a centuries old finger weaving technique which is not in the least "high tech". That is, very little equipment is needed to make a start. Other forms of tapestry weaving may require an elaborate "cartoon" or design drawing that is placed behind the warp and followed very carefully. You certainly don't have to work that way with Soumak. I have always taken the approach of seeing what develops as the work progresses. Do not be discouraged by the comments of others about your work. Please notice that the hand spun yarn I have used in the photos is very heavy and the colours are quite odd, even for me. After tying a secure knot (I like to use a square knot) and streching the warp tightly over all of the nail heads and then tying off at the opposite end, use a tapestry needle (or your fingers) and weave two rows of crochet thread at the bottom and top of the frame.

Soumak Instructions Part 2. Embroidery and Tapestry Weaving by Grace Christie. Embroidery. I've been playing with pretty threads this week.

Embroidery

Gorgeous silk and cotton and rayon, and the loveliest textured linen to work on. I work back stitch and chain stitch and french knots and crosses. Tone on tone or bright splashes of colour. This is a tapestry sampler - a little square worked on canvas that can be sewn into a pincushion or sachet. It came from the studio of Jane van Keulen - a textile artist who hand dyes a range of beautiful threads. Such a delightful way to spend an afternoon. Pin by ABG (aka Hobdid) on Bayeux Tapestry. Something FineSomething Fine. Me and my Mum met in Winchester last week – it’s sort of the mid way point between my house and my sister’s house so we often do day trips there.

Something FineSomething Fine

I do like Winchester. I think I have found my favourite retail shop too – The Hambledon. I’ve used pinterest to pin a few pics from their website as I just love their homewares, particularly their Scandinavian posters. Whilst mooching in the Charity shops there, My mum picked up this book on Bargello and commented that it looked like the tapestry in our lounge (I think this is the third time I’ve used my tapestry in this blog – sorry!). Well, I was very intrigued as I’ve never heard of bargello before.

Looking through the book there is defiantly a resemblance. The book was a steal at £1 and has got me motivated into taking the tapestry off the trunk I found recently to put into a frame (yep STILL haven’t got round to doing that!) 6 Ways to Macrame. Steps Method 1 of 6: Assembling Your Base Step 1.360p.mp4 00:00 00:05 00:05 spaceplay / pauseescstopffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster (latest Chrome and Safari)←→seek . seek to previous 12…6 seek to 10%, 20%, …60% 1Find an object to use as an anchor.

6 Ways to Macrame

This will most commonly be a ring or horizontal bar. Though macramé is designed to stay on its anchor permanently, it’s a good idea to practice with a pencil. You could avoid an anchor entirely and tape your cord to a flat surface -- just make sure the tape keeps your cord anchored and parallel to your surface.If you're making a necklace or bracelet, use a connector or charm as your anchor! Method 2 of 6: Tying the Square Knot Step 5 Version 3.360p.mp41Bend the right-hand cord over the left-hand cord. Method 3 of 6: Tying the Alternating Half-Hitch Step 12.360p.mp41Loop cord 2 over cord one. Method 4 of 6: Tying the Josephine Knot Step 15.360p.mp41Make a loop with your leftmost cord. Method 5 of 6: Using Beads, etc.

Tips Ad Article Info. ATRAPASUEÑOS O MOVIL COLGANTE. TAPIZ EN MACRAMÉ. Macramé. Tapiz - Videos más relevantes. Utilísima Bien Simple, Nova, Tapiz tejido, Marian San Martín. How To Make A Wire Headband. Gathered Flower Purse by Sew Dang Cute. Hi!

Gathered Flower Purse by Sew Dang Cute

I'm Tam from Sew Dang Cute. I guess as way of introduction, I am a SAHM mom to three beautiful children - 2 girls and 1 boy, ages 4, 3, and 1. I'm lucky enough to be married to my best friend. We love spending time outdoors and take every opportunity we can to do fun, family outings. Some of my hobbies include sports and athletics. When Kari first asked if I would be a creative guest, I immediately said "Yes! " Just to show you a better idea of the size, here's me holding it. I love the bold, turquoise color. It's a big, spacious bag with a side pocket to hold those items you don't want to dig around for (i.e. cell phone, keys, etc.). Let's get started. 1. So when you unfold the fabric, you'll get your piece. Cut out two pieces from your interior fabric and fusible interfacing as well. You'll also want to cut: - (2) 1" x 20" pieces from leather or vinyl for the strap. 2.

Clip the corners and turn right-side out. Cut a piece of upholstery thread about 10" longer than the strip. 4. 5. 6. CABOCHON ROSE HANDBAG. ‘Cabochon Rose Handbag’ This little evening handbag resembles a corsage and is carried on the wrist.

CABOCHON ROSE HANDBAG

It can be made up in colours and fabrications to compliment the lady’s dress. Dimensions: approximately 6 ½” in diameter X 1½” deep [16.5 cm X 4cm ] Construction Method: Turned finish – this method may be recognized by noting the lack of machine-stitching that is visible at points of assembly on the exterior side of the bag. This is possible by placing the material, or parts, face to face, machining and turning right-side out. Material Used: 1oo% polyester dobby-weave satin, with contrast piping. You will need: 1 closed zipper, 5 ½” [14 cm] long½ yd. [0.5 m] of fashion fabric, 45” [115 cm] wide **¼ yd. [0.25 m] of lining fabric, 45” [115 cm] wide¼ yd. [0.25 m] of fusible interfacing, 45” [115 cm] wide¼ yd. [0.25 m] of nylon netting, 18” [45 cm] wide1 package of piping, ¼ ” [6 mm] wide⅓ yd. [0.30 m] of belting, 1” [25 mm] widecoordinating threadkraft paper Cut the circle in half.

F) Finishing: Hip pouch sew-along, day 3 of 3. Welcome to Day 3 of the Hip Pouch Sew-Along!

hip pouch sew-along, day 3 of 3.

Almost there! Let me know how it's going for you! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Supply List (previously posted)Hip Pouch Pattern PiecesDay 1: Pattern Cutting, Interior Pocket, Back Lining Panel, Side Panels & Back Fabric PanelDay 2: Front Panel - Fabric and Lining, Zipper InstallationDay 3: Attaching All Panels, Webbing- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - At this point, all of our panels are sewn. From top to bottom, we have a back lining panel with a pocket, a front zipper panel with both our main fabric and lining fabric and, finally, we have a back fabric panel with our side panels attached. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. Find the center of your webbing. At this point, if you're NOT using an overall buckle and tack button as I have, install your closure and any slide adjusters according to your package directions. If you ARE using an overall buckle and tack button, read on... 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Homemade Gift Basket Ideas for Every Occasion. i00.i.aliimg.com/img/pb/980/719/434/434719980_821.jpg. Wholesale 5X Fashion Fuctional Pocket/Card Holder/Wallet/ Money Clip/Passport holder/organizer bag Free Shipping. 5X card holder wallet purse money clip passport holder travel organizer bag passport folder free shipping Features: size:approx 130 x 250 x 20 mm(1-2cm error) material:polyester color:blue,green,grey,wine red,rose can be used as passport holder,card holder,travel organizer bag,et.

Wholesale 5X Fashion Fuctional Pocket/Card Holder/Wallet/ Money Clip/Passport holder/organizer bag Free Shipping

Note: Pls leave a message to tell me the colors you want,or we will send by random. Real Photos,Factory Price grey green blue rose wine red inner photo Offical Photos Green Grey Blue wine red Rose Detailed photo. Sale-louis-vuitton.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/louis-vuitton-waist-bag-1.jpg. Www.bagbliss.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Malene-Birger-Tummy-Waist-Bag.jpg. Fanny pack. Untitled. Free pattern and Directions to Sew Your Own Kid's Hip Pouch or Fanny Pack for Boys or Girls or Adult Wear Around the Waist Camera Case. Manualidades Gratis. ¡ LIBELULA COLORISTA ! Como reciclar un pantalon de cargo. Bolsito de cintura. How to Make Fabric Flowers. Wondering how to make fabric flowers?

How to Make Fabric Flowers

There are many designs around, and it all depends upon the look you want to achieve. I personally love this simple design, which is super easy to make and so versatile. Perfect for dressing up a plain outfit, converting into a brooch, or make one to attach to a hair-clip. A very simple girly-girl gift idea! How to Make Fabric Flowers Materials For this project, you will need: Pretty fabric Glass or round template Cardboard (just rummage through your recycling bin to find some) Tailor's chalk or a pencil Scissors Needle and thread (choose a thread to match your fabric. Instructions Firstly you'll need to make a circle template to use for cutting out your fabric. Using your cardboard template, trace 14 circles onto your fabric and cut these out. Here I am using a beautiful raw silk remnant I found in the bargain bin at my local fabric store. Place two circles of fabric on top of one another, and secure together with a simple stitch.

You might also like... - StumbleUpon. How To Make A Bridal Bouquet With Feather and Fabric Flowers. Can't find your favorite colors and flowers for your dream wedding bouquet?

How To Make A Bridal Bouquet With Feather and Fabric Flowers

Why not make your own hand made flower bouquet? That's one less worry from your bridal bucket list and you get to give a special touch on your wedding! This tutorial is about how to assemble a Rustic Wedding Bridal Bouquet using the Feather and Fabric Flowers from one of my instant download tutorials here at Jewel Box Ballerina. This will help you add some personal touch to your bouquet. This is also a fun activity to do with your bridal entourage on your shower. Materials 2 Fluffy Focal Flowers, Berry Stem 40 Filler Flowers (20 for each color) 12 Bent Feather Stems Floral Tape, Hot Glue, Ribbon, and a Fabric Strip Step 1 Position your 2 focal flowers back to back each other, and then twist the stems together. Step 2 Attach the Berry Branch at the middle of the two focal flowers. Step 3 Wrap the combined flowers and berries with the floral tape.

Step 4 Twist together the stems on each bunch. Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9. Making fabric flowers - tutorial addendum: how to make rounded petals. - JEWELRY AND TRINKETS. Alright, here's a photo step-by-step of the flowers I made yesterday. Hope they don't take too long to load! 1. Two piles of cut squares. They measure 6x6cm, and the finished flower diameter is about the same: 2. 3. 4. 5. 1 lot of petals, trimmed to size (petal length is 3cm): 6. 1/2 the petals threaded together, stitch point is at 2cm from the tip of the petal: 7. 8. 9. 10. Cheers,Miriam. Tutorial: Flores de Tela.

Video Craft: How to Make a Fabric Flower.