Nuclear Snail Studios. Hobby di stoffa by Hdc: Porta tisane da viaggio. Il progetto che vi presento oggi consiste in un porta tisane da viaggio.
Dentro possono essere messe quattro bustine della vostra miscela preferita da portare sempre con voi, ma è anche un'idea carina per fare un regalo hand-made. Prima di procedere con i vari passaggi della realizzazione vorrei darvi qualche indicazione sulla scelta delle stoffe. Per questo progetto io ho utilizzato tre stoffe diverse in abbinamento tra loro cercando di avere un bel contrasto di colori. Iniziate dunque con lo scegliere le vostre stoffe e decidere come volete abbinarle. Se guardate l'interno del porta tisane vedete che io ho scelto una stoffa a righine per il fondo, una a pois per la tasca superiore e una gialla tinta unita per quella inferiore.
Il passo successivo consiste nello scegliere la fantasia per la copertina esterna, io ho usato quella che mi piaceva di più ovvero quella a pois. Credetemi questi passaggi sono i più difficili. Dalle stoffe scelte dovete ritagliare dei rettangoli di 13 x 18 cm. Want to make a Game of Thrones style cloak? Here's a guide. Making a Tea Bag Wallet. Make a neat little tea bag wallet to carry your favorite flavors with you.
This is a guide about making a tea bag wallet. Ad Solutions: Making a Tea Bag Wallet Read and rate the best solutions below by giving them a "thumbs up". Tip: Tea Wallet Substitute As a tea drinker, I like to carry the tea bags in my purse that I enjoy to drink especially when I am going to a restaurant or even to a party in someone's home, church or other functions. Tea parlors and tea gift shops are offering tea wallets to store tea bags in your purse. GreenStitch: GreenStitch Episode 49 - Care for some tea? Surprise!
An actual tutorial! Hope you enjoy this fun little tea wallet - so easy to make out of fabric scraps. 10 Free Tea Bag Wallet Patterns. Gift ideas can be difficult to come up with but these teabag wallets can be used for more than tea bags and are absolutely perfect for someone who is often out and about, and unable to have their favorite tea to drink.
Stock the wallet with their favorite tea, sugar and creamer packets or just hand over the wallet when they are hitting the road again. I doubt they will find one of these wallets while they are shopping. How about bridal or baby shower favors... even an expectant mom can drink herbal tea! I am thinking about making one for all the store "bargain club" type cards since you are not supposed to keep them on your key ring any more. Miniprojects1 [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Medieval. Rice bag feet warmer. This would be a perfect holiday gift for neighbors, friends, or teachers. it's fast it's cheap and essential for the cold weather!
What you'll need:one bag of rice (i used a 1 lb 12 oz bag) one fat quarter of muslin and one fat quarter of really cute fabric. (this particular fabric is moda) first you are going to cut two 14 x 7 inches rectangles out of your muslin (this will be your rice bag) Sewing Tutorial - Big Shopping Bag by SewDesuNe on DeviantArt. Sewing Tutorial - Tri-fold Wallet by SewDesuNe on DeviantArt. Sewing Tutorial - The Hobbit Sting Plush Sword by SewDesuNe on DeviantArt. Sewing Tutorial - Ninja Scoodie with Shuriken by SewDesuNe on DeviantArt. Twenty-first Century Lady: Natural Fabric Dyes. Natural Dyes I have spent the last few days experimenting with natural dyes made from plant products.
The process has given me a new appreciation for natural colours and fabrics. It has been a fascinating journey as I have tested the validity of different information on the topic and worked with the natural dyes. The information below has been gathered from research and my own findings. What Can Be Used as Natural Dyes? The best thing about natural dyeing is that the ingredients you need are fairly easy to come by. Once Upon A Pink Moon: Tea Dye Tutorial. I know I promised to show you what's inside those cute Halloween packages…but I’m waiting to receive my Halloween tree in the mail.
If I don't have it in the next few days I will show you anyway. I have been working on decorating my place for Halloween (I LOVE Halloween) and thought I would make a tutorial on how to tea dye since I need to dye some things for a project and have had several inquiries on how I do it. So here ya go..this is my first tutorial so bare with me. If I'm not dying yards fabric, I usually use my 2 cup Pyrex measuring glass and 10 tea bags. Hillbilly Jillies : Dyeing Fabrics Naturally.
I think nature is so miraculous and all it's beatiful colors are delightful to look at.
I thought that there would be no better way to bring those colors into our house than to use nature itself to dye some fabrics, and then of course make a new cuddly quilt to show them off. For a quick reference I checked online but didn't really get the info I was after. Maybe I was too impatient but instead I ended up resorting to my own common sense and started an exciting afternoon project. It really was easy and fairly low on the intensity scale. I am quite impressed with how it all turned out, and now I am commited to making the quilt....oh darn!! How to make a t-tunic - Empire. How to make T - Tunic Every outfit needs a foundation, and here's a tunic that's a great place to start.
Even though we're not re-enactors, it's basically historically accurate, and has several nice practical features. All you need to be able to do is thread a sewing machine and sew a straight line - you could even do this with handsewing, though it might take a while. The measurements supplied are for a garment which will fit up to a relatively large man (44in chest) but as it's an unfitted garment it will work on people a lot smaller - just shorten the arms. TIP: If you'd like a more personalised fit, measure across your shoulders from one edge to the other, add an inch and use this for the width of your front and back pieces (you might want to check that it is larger than half of your chest measurement +3 inches - otherwise use the larger of the two measurements). In-Depth General Garb Seminar. <map name="admap53533" id="admap53533"><area href=" shape="rect" coords="0,0,468,60" title="" alt="" target="_blank" /></map><table cellpadding="0" border="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%" bgcolor="#ffffff"><tr><td align="right"><img src=" width="468" height="60" usemap="#admap53533" border="0" alt="" /></td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff" colspan="1"><center><a style="font-size:10px;color:#0000ff;text-decoration:none;line-height:1.2;font-weight:bold;font-family:Tahoma, verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif;text-transform: none;letter-spacing:normal;text-shadow:none;white-space:normal;word-spacing:normal;" href=" target="_blank">Ads by Project Wonderful!
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Dagorhir Gear. The Bocksten tunic: Going beyond the T-tunic By Alric of Drentha About the Bocksten-style Tunic This tunic pattern is based on a number of medieval garments that were preserved when their owners wandered into bogs, drowned, and were mummified. These untimely deaths, while rather unfortunate for the people doing the dying, left us with valuable information about how to make simple, comfortable, stylish, historically accurate garb. The Bocksten, Skjoldehamn, and Moselund tunics are all similar to the basic T-tunic that's so common in Dagorhir. Why would you want to make and wear a Bocksten-style tunic? Charles de Blois Pourpoint, a sewing project. The proceeding will be a combination DIY project with a little bit of a review: The arming clothes that we wear beneath our armor forms the foundation necessary for a good fit and comfort of movement.
If neglected, it would be akin to building a beautiful home on naught but the bare earth. However, our arming clothes do often go neglected for none other than the simple fact that they are neither glamorous nor visible when we don our kits. I've been through many iterations of my arming clothes, and I believe I've finally found the solution, as both practical and historic to the best of my knowledge. My period of interest is the late 14th century, the tail end of the transitional period from the maille hauberks of before, to the white harness of Agincourt. The late 14th century pourpoint, or aketon, or gambeson (the language of the Middle Ages is not nearly as precise as our modern sentiments would prefer), was most likely the foundation for the late 14th century harness.
SCA Gambeson Pattern by MedievalCommunity on DeviantArt. Slashing and puffing « Whilja' s Corner. There is a number of different ways to slash your landsknecht/trossfrau decorations, the fastest is to simply cut out the pattern in the fabric. Cut out slashes require a fabric that doesn’t fray to much, it is also probably the most period way of slashing. The modern fabric we have today isn’t as felted always, and sometimes you might want to use a light weight wool, then you have the cut-and-stitch option available. I prefer to cut and stitch, it kind of makes it look neater and also guarantee to prevents the slashes to fray. Draw the pattern of your choice, cut with a pair of scissors or use a scalpel, fold the fabric and stitch it down.
Spray the fabric with water and press it flat with the iron. For smaller slashes that will be folded I just fold the fabric and cut it; Adventures in the SCA- Viking Clothing. I'm making the pants 39" long so there will be more poof and the fabric is 60" side so that will be 30" for each leg (again the poof factor) I'll make the lower leg part longer by at least 1", but he liked the fit around so I will not change that. 2-1-11 Today I'm cutting the fabric and starting the sewing: First the prep: cut out the strip 2" wide fold in half and pull inside out...what a *&^%$# (make 2) I double folded the edges on the lower leggings I double folded the edges for the lower legs and single folded the waist part.
DIY Heat Pack. I had a belly ache the other day and decided a heat pack would be the only rememdy… except we didn’t own one. Cue sad face. So I went hunting for a DIY. There are stacks out there, but this one on The Johnston’s blog was what I referenced before I started. You can make so many versions of this once you know how – like not creating segments, adding different oils, or even adding herbs and tea. I decided to give the segmented pack a go, and added lemongrass oil because I had it here with me. Here’s what you’ll need: The Principality of Insulae Draconis. Sarah Thursfield is a well-known costumier in the British re-enactment circuit; she makes excellent costumes, patterns and embroidery from any period, and gives talks and demonstrations as well. She has kindly allowed me to reprint some of her work on medieval costumes, which will appear in this and future FLAMES.
She can be reached at Ashgrove, Overton Road, St. Martins, OSWESTRY, Shropshire SY1 I 3DG, tele (0691) 778019. Messenger Bag Tutorial and Pattern. Cargo Duffle 2 Free Sewing Pattern from Robert Kaufman Fabric Company. FREE Quilt Patterns to Download at Accuquilt! A free downloadable PDF sewing pattern for this weekender travel bag from the Robert Kaufman website just in time for holiday gift giving! This bag is designed by Anna Graham who is also the author of Handmade Style – 23 Must-Have Basics to Stitch, Use, and Wear. Free Pattern and Directions to Sew a Duffel Bag. N' stitches designs: Lined Purse with Zipper Tutorial. Awesome Messenger Bag (major pics!) Plus TUTORIAL :) Connor’s Messenger Bag. Hi there I’m Vanessa and if you’re here from Made by Rae, welcome to Punkin Patterns!
Glad you could stop by and please take a look around. While you’re here take a minute to enter my fabric giveaway – In honor of Celebrate the Boy month, I’ll be giving away 1 yard of Curious George Fabric. Sewing tutorial. Boys, boys, boys. The silly things they say and do keep me laughing all the time. Safari Duffle in Canvas & Faux Leather. Can't you picture Harrison Ford slinging this amazing duffle over his shoulder as Indiana Jones?! We blended heavy canvas and faux leather with webbing and brass zipper accents for the dashing exterior. Messenger Bag Tutorial. Well, the gift-giving season is upon us, and my holiday present-making is beginning… a bit later than most other people’s, I imagine! PUSH THE ENVELOPE. FASTEST RECYCLED T-SHIRT TOTE BAG.
How to Sew Your Own Pajama Pants. To make sure you get the right size, just make sure you have a pair of pants that fit the intended pajama wearer. If your pajama wearer is far away, then find out the right size and borrow some pants from someone who is that size or carry yourself down to the Salvation Army and part with a couple of your increasingly precious dollars for a busted-up pair you can use as a pattern. This is a DIY tutorial and I figure anyone smart enough to sew up some pajama pants is also smart enough to find some in the right size but you never know. Tutorial: Easy Buttoned Legwarmers. DOUBLE-BREASTED WAISTCOAT. Spiffy Boot Spats Tutorial. Sweet Verbena: Making Your Own Pattern: a tutorial.
Viking coat pattern. How to make arm wraps without actually using arm... - References, Tutorials , and More! Taking Mens Measurements. Gifts for Guys: Boxy Dopp Kit Tutorial. How to Make a Jedi Robe. How to Make a Cape - Materials and Tutorial. Stitch Magic Stitch-Along: Smocking - News - STC Craft. 10 Amazing Ideas for DIY Crafts. Hillmade: [Tutorial] Toddler Messenger Bag. That's My Letter: "B" is for Boxy Pencil Pouches. MULTI-POCKET URBAN TOTE.
Chez Beeper Bebe: Make This: Nature Explorer Bag. Les gratuits - Couture - Le Chat et BiBi. How to Sew a Reversible Cowl Scarf. Guest Tutorial: Reading/Knitting Pillow from my BFF Bonnie!! 很实用的收……_来自charmainebao的图片分享-堆糖. Shark Pencil Case Tutorial. Monster Tooth Pillow. Stuffed Menswear Bunny. Little Chicken Bean Bags. Un Mars et ça repart ??? DIY: Une trousse à outils sur mesure. La sacoche pour homme [tuto + jeu de la st Valentin inside] + EDIT résultat - Petits D'om. L'étoile de coton - La couture facile pour tous - Site de couture pour débutant(e) ! Couture facile : Sac bandoulière. Tuto sac japonisant.
Couture facile : les mitaines. Tuto : housse de coussin portefeuille. E&E / small daypack tutorial *new pictures added* Busily spinning momma: Just A Little Bit of Pillow Talk... Snack Bandolier: Celebrate the Boy Tutorial. How to Make Bias Tape by eqos on DeviantArt. Diagram for Cloak with Capelet by eqos on DeviantArt. BlazeTBW Belt Commission by Marcusstratus on DeviantArt. Hakama koshiita tutorial by Chigami on DeviantArt. Hakama Sizing Guide by Lastwear on DeviantArt. Tutorial: SCA Belt Favor by MorganDonner on DeviantArt. Tutorial: Pencil Roll by floatingWhiteFalcon on DeviantArt.
Aviator Cap Tutorial by Cristophine on DeviantArt. Anbu Vest Tutorial by Cristophine on DeviantArt. Make ur own akatsuki groove by HaruEta on DeviantArt. Sewing Tutorial - The 20,000 Leagues Journal by SewDesuNe on DeviantArt. How to Make Gloves by Icetigris on DeviantArt. Woven Corset Bodice Tutorial by nolwen on DeviantArt. Fakie Screen Printing Tutorial by taeliac on DeviantArt.
Tutorial: Putting on Bias Tape by taeliac on DeviantArt. Tutorial_draft_a_kimono_patten_by_taeliac.pdf. Tutorial__make_your_own_hakama_by_taeliac. Belt Pouch Tutorial by Andunie on DeviantArt. Renaissance Pouch Tutorial by eqos on DeviantArt. Diagram For Sleeveless Cloak/Duster by eqos on DeviantArt. 18th C Man's Shirt Pattern by Goldenspring on DeviantArt. Sewing Tutorial - Cthulhu Plush by SewDesuNe on DeviantArt. Sewing Tutorial - Hard Core (Crochet) Hook Case by SewDesuNe on DeviantArt. Sewing Tutorial - Engineer's Pouch by SewDesuNe on DeviantArt. Patternwork example by Noctiped on DeviantArt. Custom Patternmaking Tutorial: Part 1 by Kennadee on DeviantArt. Super Easy Tunic Tutorial by kitkatty on DeviantArt. 14th centuryPoulaines tutorial by Idzit on DeviantArt. 18thC Man's Shirt Instruction by Goldenspring on DeviantArt.