Sis Boom Angie Dress Easy to Sew PDF by scientificseamstress. Sew Liberated - Clara Dress Sewing Pattern. A stunning shirtwaist dress that will go with anyone’s wardrobe, the Clara will surprise you with its keyhole sleeve details, in-seam pockets, and fabulously twirly skirt.
The Clara features an elastic waist that makes it both comfortable and forgiving in fit. We’ve taken care to walk you through construction details like the shawl collar, placket and pocket construction, and making bias tape to finish the feminine sleeves. The Clara Dress pattern includes includes basic written instructions and assembly diagrams, as well as a download code to access a full video tutorial online! Also included are full-size pattern pieces for women’s sizes 2-20. MATERIALS NEEDEDSizes 2-10: 4-1/4 yards of 44-45”, midweight fabricSizes 12-20: 4-3/4 yards of same7-8 1/2” buttons1/4”-wide elastic, preferably clear. Sew Liberated - Gathering Apron Sewing Pattern. A functional and amazingly flattering garden and kitchen accessory, The Gathering Apron lets you collect eggs and produce in its huge front pocket.
Enhanced by modern pintuck details, adjustable bust shaping, and a darling criss-cross back closure, the Gathering Apron is a great gift for the locovore chef or backyard gardener on your list - but once you try it on, you might not want to give it away! The Gathering Apron pattern includes includes basic written instructions and assembly diagrams, as well as a download code to access a full video tutorial online. Cambie Dress sewing pattern by Sewaholic Patterns, a vintage style dress with sweetheart neckline, full gathered skirt and pockets, fitted bodice, fully lined dress pattern great for bridesmaid dresses. This is a printed paper sewing pattern that will be mailed to you at home.
To buy this pattern as a print-at-home PDF sewing pattern, click here. From work to weekend, this dress has you covered! The Cambie Dress is a fitted, fully lined dress with a gorgeous sweetheart neckline and flattering built-in cap sleeves. DIY Cage Bralette. Maybe it’s a little too late in the year to be thinking of summer dresses with exposed backs, or extreme 80’s tank tops with giant arm holes… but I’m very excited for warmer weather!
Because I made this little beauty: …and now you can too! Normally I don’t wear bralettes, but lately I’ve been bitten by the Nasty Gal/Brandy Melville style bug and I’m stepping out of my comfort zone with this. Nasty Gal and Dolls Kill sell this very popular caged bralette/swimsuit top for around $75 or more, but I didn’t want to spend that much for just a bra. This is my first time sewing a bikini/lingerie type piece and I’m glad I did…. it turned out amazingly well for my first try.
I spent $5.22 for 10 yards of elastic from Etsy, $0.99 for the black thread (I had just recently run out), and $2 for some stretchy little girl’s dance shorts at Goodwill… for a total of $8.21. What you’ll need: Stretchy black fabric for the two chest piecesAt least 5 yards of 5/8″ fold over elastic, or “FOE.” Cut it up! Sew Liberated - Myla Tank Sewing Pattern. Who couldn’t use an entire wardrobe of tank tops for those hot summer days?
The Myla Tank is a simple to make, breezy tank with subtle flared shaping and a flirty split skirt. The hem gently sweeps low in the back. This is one tank that you will wear year round, alone on hot summer days or layered for cool weather style. Designed with the beginner in mind, construction is easy, with an optional faux placket. Add buttons or a beautiful ribbon or trim to accent your fabric choice. How to Make Your Own Reusable Tote bag. I noticed something immediately upon arriving in Austin.In this city, there are no plastic bags.
At most stores, it’s not even an option – if you do need a bag, you have to purchase one, and it’s usually a brown paper bag or some sort of reusable bag. I’m sure it’s like this in other cities too, but Philly wasn’t there yet, and I love that Austin has taken this environmentally friendly stance. As a result, I find myself bringing tote bags everywhere, in case I stop for groceries or pick anything up on my travels. I had some vintage fabric on hand and decided to make my own tote bag – it’s so cute I may even use it as a purse! I used this floral vintage fabric, but this tutorial would work with pretty much any fabric – canvas, an older t-shirt or tapestry, or anything you have on hand that’s about the size of a pillow case. Start by cutting a piece of fabric in the shape pictured above. You’ll notice that the fold narrows as you reach the inner curve of the top of the tote.