Rectangle with a Cowel Neck. Cape/Cloak/Capelet etc etc etc. How To Make a Long Sleeve Drapped Cardigan. Tutorial: Blair Waldorf Capelet! Confession: I've never actually seen an episode of Gossip Girl.
In fact, I didn't even know who Blair Waldorf was until someone mentioned her in a comment several posts ago. Well I Googled her, and the girl's got style! I was particularly inspired by this photo of her in the cutest capelet ever. Obviously, I had to make my own..... While this is not a no-sew project, like my last cape, it's almost as easy!
1) I started with a long rectangle of delicious fabric (that my mom got for $.75 at a thrift store!) 2) Then I pleated the top. 9 pleats, aprox. 2.5" each, and right up against each other, leaving about 5" on each side. 3) I sewed a basting stitch along the top of the pleats, to hold them together.... 4) Then I trimmed the two front edges to make them curved. 5) Measure from one end of the cape to the other (minus the top), and cut the length of ribbon you need. 6) Sandwich the edge of the cape in the middle of the ribbon, and pin well. 7) Sew the ribbon on. 10) Hand stitch them on. Sew the Eva Collar. New Green Mama: Anthro Inspired Scarf Tutorial. What you will need: sweater contrasting fabric sewing machine thread needle Start by choosing a sweater.
After you have your sweater and fabric picked out, make your pattern. If your sweater is big enough you can line your pattern up on the fold to create one long piece. If you cut 2 pieces, sew them together like I did below. Then I folded my contrasting fabric in half and placed the sweater piece on top. I cut the lining fabric a little bigger in case the sweater stretched a little bit while sewing the pieces together. Place the sweater and lining fabric together with right sides facing. Then sew all the way around leaving a 3 inch gap for turning. Trim up the edges and clip the curves. Take one end and scrunch it together. Take a 5 inch piece of sweater and sew the ends together to create a tube. Embroidery Designs at Urban Threads. T Shirt Bolero. Crewneck To Cardigan. Just a lil something to add to your collection.
I've been looking everywhere for a tutorial for a cardigan sweater but i couldnt find one. So heres to anyone whos had trouble finding one. Note: It takes alot of patience. Craft Projects. T Shirt Shrug. Burtonesque Biker Jacket. "With this jacket, I will...I will...I will set your mother on fire.
" In a Burda magazine that is as old as the hills, well, from 2004, i found a pattern for a nice biker jacket with asymmetric closure. As i lost my beloved lined jacket in a train two years ago (rip)i decided to give it a try! Though i changed the pattern to my size. i really wondered that this ancient magazine was astonishingly up-to-date, i think iÂ´ll do some more projects out of this issue! The original wasnÂ´t lined but fortunately, with a bit of knowledge from my patternmaking lessons and another jacket in the magazine it was no problem to add it. itÂ´s inspired by Tim Burton movies from the colour range and especially the swirls and bats. Wrap-turned-Scarf.
This is the most easiest DIY ever!
A very fun and simple DIY wrap-turned-scarf project that takes less than a minute to create and requires only one piece of fabric! Materials: scissors, measuring tape, and a rectangular piece of fabric (approximately 60 inches long). Step 1: Fold the fabric in half from left to right. Step 2: With the measuring tape, measure six inches down and six inches over from the folded side. Then cut an eight inch vertical slit. Step 3: Open up the fabric and there should be two openings for your arms to go through. That's it! Easy Shrug.
Easy Peasy This project is really easy to make.
I had quite a hard time figuring out the pattern but once you'll get it, it's really easy. The fabric I used is a lace jersey, it's pretty stretchy which is perfect. Wrap-turned-Scarf. T Shirt Shrug. How romantic.
My friend and I went to the arthall in Rotterdam and saw an exhibition called ICON DRESSED designed by Annette Meyer, each garment was made of paper and represented a decade of women clothing from the 1800's till now. I was amazed by a garment which looked exactly like the dress Keira Knightley wore in Pride & Prejudice, I went home got into a romantic state of mind, converted that into creativity and made this.