Our quilt won the SYTYC finale! Wow! I kind of can’t believe it.
Are you ready for the sun? Ready to paint those toe nails and slip into some sandals? I am too.
I was walking through Target a few weeks ago and noticed this little knit fabric headband that was not just braided together…….but woven. I decided they were charging way too much for something that could be made with t-shirt scraps.
Did you see the little yoga waistband skirt that I made for my little girl a few weeks ago (found here )?
Inspired by moccasins, each of these slip-ons is constructed from a single piece of felt, available in an array of colors. Tools & Materials: Slipper template 18-by-18-inch piece of 3-millimeter wool felt Chalk pen or pencil Thread, such as silk or heavy-duty polyester Sewing kit
i have a tutorial that is forty thrillionty times easier and better than my previous ( ahem , first ever...give me some grace!)
Hola there! Here you can find an organized list of all my tutorials, projects and printables.
This has been such an exciting last few days for me. My Shoe Makeover Tutoria l was actually featured on one of my favorite blogs Ucreate and I feel so honored to be amongst the talented ladies that Kari has displayed on her lovely blog. Thank you so much for all your sweet comments, I absolutely love reading them and I'm so happy that many of you are inspired to take on the project!
I'm so happy about how this turned out. This is one of those projects that's been on my to do list forever and now that I finally got it done, I wish I had done it a long time ago. This is such a simple project.
So, remember how 2 weeks ago I told you I had a new skirt tutorial? I am just now getting around to creating it, so sorry about the wait!
That’s quite the mouthful, isn’t it?
Materials: Suit Coat Piece of Chalk Scissors Pins and/or Safetypins Needle & Thread or Fabric Glue
Home » $5 and Under , cheap crafts , From Our Readers , Headline , Tutorials 22 June 2010 47,423 views 12 Comments
I'm pretty dang excited to be guest posting on Ucreate, of all places, with an easy and fun project for you.
Edited to add: Due to alle the comments regarding the title of this instruction, I've changed the name to 'iron age shoes' which might be more historycally correct. I learned to make these by using my own foot as a template.