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Halloween Hat Pack - free fleece animal hat patterns. Halloween Hat Pack How To/ Tutorial / DIY These free fleece animal hat patterns have something for everyone!

Halloween Hat Pack - free fleece animal hat patterns

The variations includes a dragon/ dinosaur hat, Viking hat, bear ears, cat ears, pumpkin, and apple. Comes in sizes Baby to adult. Perfect for Halloween and beyond.. Materials you will need: 1/3 yard fleece 1/8 yard contrasting materials for pieces (might need 2 colors) Thread Assembled printed pattern scissors The Measurements are for the circumference of the head.

Baby Small – 16 inches or 40.64 Large – 17 inches or 43.18 cm Child Small – 17.5 inches or 44.45 Large – 19 inches or 48.26 cm Adult Small 20 inches or 50.8 cm Medium 22 inches or 55.88 Large 24 inches or 60.96 Download the free pattern, tutorial below! You can get a free copy of Adobe reader here- it is the ONLY reader I recommend. Video tutorial here, written below: Cat Hat and Bear Hat These two pattern may look different but assembly is mostly the same. 1- Assemble and cut out the Pattern 2 – Begin to pin and sew the ears. Baby Hats - TUTORIAL AND PATTERN. After teaching another serger class today, I realize it's time to post a hat tutorial.

Baby Hats - TUTORIAL AND PATTERN

And the timing couldn't be better since we are headed out to visit my sister in law this weekend who is expecting a baby girl in October. What could be better than a trio of baby hats! Download pattern: hereMake sure to select "no scaling" when printing and check the 1 inch square guide.Any knit fabric will work, but 100% cotton is the best. A old, clean t-shirt works great.Seam allowance is about 1/4 inch. Personally, I just use the knife on my serger as my guide. How-to make the Infinity Convertible or Wrap/Twist Dress. **disclaimer: I am not a professional designer or tailor by any means.

How-to make the Infinity Convertible or Wrap/Twist Dress

I love to sew and craft so this has become a beloved past time for me. I have adapted these instructions for my own use from the Shira.net and Rostitchery websites. This is not my design.** If you have any questions please private message me :) Supplies newsprintpencilcompass (or string)metre stick (yard stick)square (right angled ruler)pattern weights (or traditional pins or things like soup cans)scissorsfabricpinsthreadserger (or sewing machine)1 inch elasticbodkin (or safety pin)large open space (floor or table) Re-purposing: Sweater to Sweater Dress.

There’s always some sort of new dress to create, it seems.

Re-purposing: Sweater to Sweater Dress

Mmmm…….something about a sweet new dress though.Good thing my little lady loves to wear them. And perfectly adorned with some little satin flowers. I found this sweater at the thrift store in great condition and decided to re-purpose the lifeless thing. Sewing a Cheap Baby/Boys Neck Tie - Neck Tie Patterns. I needed a photo for the cover of my blog book – I print our family blog a year at a time through Blurb and as I was putting it together over the last two weeks (part of the reason I’ve been MIA…it takes forever!) I realized I didn’t have a good family picture with Linus. So I had decided to have just a picture of the boys on the cover for 2011. And I’ve been dying to make them coordinating ties, so…now was the time! I think all those fabrics are from the Zoology line by Robert Kaufman, and the ties were so easy to make. Welcome to SaiFou – Inspiring images. No Sew, Tee-Shirt Halter #3, DIY. I have the exciting opportunity to head to the beach for a couple of days, to relax and soak up a little of that beautiful Florida sunshine.

No Sew, Tee-Shirt Halter #3, DIY

I wanted to do one more halter top to take to wear with my jeans and this is what I came up with. It can be changed in so many ways let's just say this is a 3 in one shirt. It seems like I am packing all of my DIY tops and dresses to wear. Tutorial Things You Need. Made my own Mod Cloth dress. I saw this dress on Mod Cloth months ago, way before it was warm enough to wear, and thought, "Wow, that's a unique design.

Made my own Mod Cloth dress

What a weird combination, actually. But it's cute! I could make that! " So I bought some grey cotton for like $3/yard at JoAnn, used some ivory lace I already had, and added four (weird, in my opinion) two-hole buttons with the metal hole grommets. The Mod Cloth ones are probably fabric-covered, but mine aren't. Neon Tshirt Reconstruction. I actually made this last summer, and just had never made a tutorial for it.

Neon Tshirt Reconstruction

I love this dress, it is sooooo bright!!! 1. You will need a very large tshirt. Cut off the sleeves, and then cut a straight line right below the neckline. Day 349: From Sleepshirt to Sassy Dress. A lot of you guys have told me how much you loved my T-shirt refash from Day 210, and have asked to see more.

Day 349: From Sleepshirt to Sassy Dress

Well…today is your lucky day, friends! :) Jumpsuit. Dit pakje uit één stuk is super handig en comfortabel.

Jumpsuit

Met dit patroon kun je een jumpsuit maken met lange of korte mouwen en pijpen. Sweatshirt liposuction. Welcome to the gOOd life: DIY: a thrift find dress to a peplum dress. I got this dress at a thrift store for $4.

Welcome to the gOOd life: DIY: a thrift find dress to a peplum dress

I liked the color and knew it had potential. I tend to go through "obsessions" with clothes, like two years ago, it was ruffles. Starting last year, it's been peplum. Fit to a T baby romper tutorial part 2: Making the Pattern and Cutting « The Seamery. This post is intense, since you are making lots of decisions at this stage. Really it’s much simpler than it looks (isn’t that what they all say?) , but I will ask you to please make a test piece to make sure you are perfectly happy with your fit and technique before you cut up your vintage concert T’s!

1) Trace a foundation garment to make a block pattern. Find a garment that fits your intended recipient. DIY: How to Make a We Are Owls Inspired Poem Script Scarf. Earlier this year, I had my eye on a scarf from We Are Owls . It was cashmere, hand-painted, and gorgeous. But also more than I was willing to shell out for a scarf. But it was still swoon-worthy.

Double Layer Circle Skirt. It's Skirt Week over at the Crafterhours blog, and I thought I would use this as an opportunity to get a head start on some back to school outfits for my daughter since she will be heading off to kindergarten in August. First up is this adorable drop-waist Double Layer Circle skirt made from some knit fabrics in my stash. Doesn't it twirl beautifully? I added a ruched tie embellishment on each side for a little something extra. I didn't do a full tutorial for this project, but I can show you a few of the details if you would like to make a similar skirt. Rather than make my own circle skirt pattern, I just used the bottom of the Racer Tunic Dress Pattern I bought from Lil Blue boo. First I cut two circle skirts, the second skirt being 2 inches longer than the first. Tutorial: Reversible Circle Skirt.

Since I’m busy with a bunch of different projects this week, I thought I’d repost a tutorial I did for Amy‘s Spring Fling series last month. Most of you have probably seen this, in case you haven’t, it’s a super easy and versatile skirt that I’m sure you and your little one will love! How to Make Mario and Luigi Costumes {Tutorial} The Train To Crazy: Taking pants down a size (or two) tutorial. The problem with losing weight is having to buy new clothes. Often in sizes you don’t wish to own.

So what do you do when you find yourself wearing jeans that look like this: No, this won’t do! No worries. There is a very quick fix that doesn’t involve taking apart waistbands and hems. 1. 2. Melly Sews: ReInventions - Tone on Tone Hearts. Hello there! Nesting: Freshly Picked Baby Hats. Circle skirt tutorial – new and improved! Circle skirt variations tutorials – pixie skirt and more! Grace Kelly « Charity Shop Chic. Revamp old T-shirt into Cute Bra Strap! Upcycle: T-shirts to Summer vest tutorial. I love to spice up dresses and jeans with long summer vest.

Little Boy Tie Tutorial. Baggy hubby sweater turned chic. Side Gathered Shirt - Tutorial - men's shirt refashion. Monster Patch Tutorial. SusanaNAKATANI. Tutorial: Blowing Dandelion T-shirt. Whatever Dee-Dee wants, she's gonna get it: Spring Fling: A Line Pocket Skirt Tutorial. One Shoulder Dressy Dress. Recycled Fashion: Refashioning neckties.

Family Ever After....: How to make a skirt out of ties. Non-Slip Slipper Socks Craft. Spring Fling Headband. Sewing tutorials, DIY instructions, Free patterns and More. Basic 3 Tiered Skirt: With Hidden or Exposed Seams (measurement chart included) Sew Your Own Mittens. Tips for Sewing Sweater Knit.