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The last time you made a necklace, it probably involved macaroni. Here's an idea inspired by a project on the blog Cucumbersome.com : Turn an old shirt into a piece of wearable art that's quite grown-up. Tools and Materials Soft cotton T-shirt Ruler Scissors or rotary cutter T-Shirt Necklace How-To 1. Lay the shirt on a flat surface; cut off the hem and discard.
You may have noticed that clutches, especially oversized ones seem to be around in abundance lately, and I couldn't help giving one a go seeing as they are basically a square with a zip! This little project is quick to make, suitable for beginners and good for using up left over fabrics! My sample is made in some left over beaded silk georgette, which I laid over a fused sturdy cotton. If your fabric is a little on the light side you may want to try a heavier weight fusing. Spend a little bit of money and buy good fusing, don't buy the cheap papery stuff as it wrinkles and creases and won't give you a nice finish, plus it doesn't tend to last that long! (That goes for all your sewing projects).
Hey Everyone!!! It’s the last tutorial for Anthro Necklace Week! Have you missed a tutorial? If you click on the button, it will take you to the Anthro Necklace Week Category. Then you can scroll through and see all the tutorials for this week! Today we’re doing the sweet (ha.
Anthropologie is such a great source to steal ideas from for inspiration. One of my favorite things to do late at night is browse through the Anthro site with a cup of hot tea. Gets my brain going.
12 Jun 2011 I seem to have a slightly incurable addiction to jewelry. Necklaces in particular. It’s a weakness. (Mr. F.T. would agree.)