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Video. Rick Rack Rosettes. A friend gave me this flower ring and necklace, when she handed them to me I thought they were porcelain–there’s a very vintage feel to them.

Rick Rack Rosettes

From a distance you really can’t tell that they’re made out of rick rack! Yes, rick rack! Des sacs, rien que des sacs - BLOG. Des sacs, rien que des sacs Sac Inclassable: Mention Spéciale pour lesSacs Furoshiki (foulards savamment noués selon des techniques japonaises ancestrales pour tout porter et/ou empaqueter): et ici: ou ici: ici aussi:

des sacs, rien que des sacs - BLOG

How To Design with the Sure-Fit Designs Pants Pattern. Beltmaking 101. Finally–the long-awaited beltmaking tutorial!

beltmaking 101

Way I make my fabric-covered belts has been learned from a mix of trial-and-error and vintage manuals. The supplies are simple, and making a simple pass-through belt is quite easy. I have, however, included instructions for how to add a pronged buckle to a belt and add eyelets. I hope you enjoy, and as usual feel free to ask any questions in the comments! Supplies: 1″ wide stiff belting (available at JoAnns), 1/4 yard fabric at least 45″ wide, buckle for 1″ belt (see sources at the end), pattern paper, thread, scissors, ruler, pins.

Begin by measuring your waist and adding 6″ to 8″ inches to the length (I tend to err on the side of more, especially for a belt using a pronged buckle). Cut the belting the length of your waist plus the extra. Using the paper pattern, cut one layer of your fabric. Fold the fabric around the belting, wrong sides out. Gently work the seam to the center of the belting width, and press seam open. Father's Day Tie. As you may remember we posted a Little Boy’s Tie around Easter and it got a great response.

Father's Day Tie

Many of you were interested in making a larger version and what better occasion to do so than Father’s Day which is on June 21st this year! Leena' PatternMaker Tutorial Web Site. Dresses :. #5203 Petit black dress. Difficulty: ** You will need: gabardine; lining; fusing; 1 zipper; 3 buttons.

Dresses :. #5203 Petit black dress

Attention! Fabric consumption varies depending on the size of garment. First of all, print out paper patterns and lay them out at the width of fabric/ knit you plan to use, to see how much fabric you will need. When sewing the garment, pay attention to notches- they must coincide. Cutting: Fabric: Free Clothes Patterns. Posted on | October 9, 2008 | 7 Comments I originally became interested in patternless sewing, many years ago, because I had a hard time finding patterns in my size.

Free Clothes Patterns

Nowadays, patterns in large sizes abound. Free Sewing Patterns - Laura Marsh Sewing Patterns. Wild Ginger Wild Things! Free software to easily design and print patterns for hats, bags, footwear, and other fun stuff.

Wild Ginger Wild Things!

Wild Things is now available on the iPad App store. FREE Wild Things Features Wild Things! Is a fully functional FREE program for drafting patterns for hats, bags, wraps, footwear, and other accessories All of the patterns in Wild Things print to the dimensions you specify. It even has embroidery design planning tools to aid you in creating unique accessories for yourself and others. Clothing and Textiles. Category Blouses pattern Drafting - Pattern-Making. Fundamentals of Pattern Making: Princess Panel Lines. Roksanda Ilincic, RST12, London.

Fundamentals of Pattern Making: Princess Panel Lines

Princess line is the name commonly given to panel lines that go through bust point, absorbing the dart value into the panel line. The panel line commonly curves from the armhole, down to the waistline through bust point, or from the center of the shoulder down through bust point to the waistline. These seamline shapes are often then reflected in the seamlines of the back pattern pieces, so that on both front and back pattern pieces the panels curve into the armhole, or both panels meet at the shoulder. <大塚屋>手づくりしましょう. What I'm Working on Now. This is my documentation of a new project I just completed yesterday.

What I'm Working on Now.

It's my first attempt at T.R. pattern making which is a little known Japanese pattern making technique. T.R. stands for "Transformation Reconstruction" and is completely unlike traditional methods. It involves free-hand sketching on the muslin, & cutting up your own design (eep!) To transform it to something else. ‪Chaîne de trpattern‬‏ Mrs Stylebook How-To Info. The Racer Back One Piece « Pattern School. I have to admit to not liking this design very much. While it may be popular and stable, aesthetically it simply doesn’t work.

Furthermore, puting them on and taking them off can be quite a stretch. They are comfortable however. The racer back tank suit does help teach a very important lesson. That a strap can apparently go around a corner while staying straight. The sketch above represents the pattern we’re about to make. Step One Place the front panel from the tanksuit pattern (without seam allowance) against the back block by lining up the bust line. Step Two. Patron de base de jupe. Ce patron est la base de tous les patrons de jupe. Le site leenas's explique (*) comment construire quelques patrons de base, en anglais et en finlandais. Voici mon adaptation en VF du patron de jupe. Corsage de base n°1. Aujourd'hui, c'était journée coupe à plat. En effet, j'ai trouvé dans une librairie un livre sur la coupe à plat qui me semblait intéressant puisque différents des livres que l'on trouve d'habitude. Déjà, les modèles de transformations sont sympas et vont au delà du simple déplacement de pinces.

Ou des trucs plus futuristes: Mais surtout j'étais intriguée par la forme du corsage de base, complètement différent de ce que j'avais appris en cour: 2 pinces dans le dos, un devant en deux parties....Pourquoi pas? The Convertible “Infinity” Dress: How it almost defeated me, and what you need to make one.

I made this thing. It’s pretty cool. It’s a convertible dress that’s basically a circle and two straps, so it’s really easy, inexpensive, and crazy versatile. Golden goddess gown - a side tie infinity dress that is smokin' hot. Measurement instructions edited 6/14/09 Four knit rectangles + elastic + thread + sewing machine + 2 hours = one fabulous knit tube dress. Front views Back views That’s right. You can sew a fabulous knit tube dress in two hours. Fabric and notions: Approximately 2 yards of 60” wide knit fabric.The wrong side of the fabric will show with the tie variations, so keep that in mind when you choose your fabric. CONVERTIBLE DRESSING. Here’s a clever little idea…convertible clothing. This dress works double duty as a skirt. It’s ideal for weekend wear or travel wear. Making reversible bag. From top of straps to bottom of bag: 50 cm / 20 inchesheight: 28 cm / 11 incheswidth: 40 cm / 16 inches.

Fully lined zippered box pouch - pattern and tutorial - it's a Pretty Modern life. Make Your Own Damn Bras. I got sick of waiting to go to Spotlight to buy a good bra pattern, I decided to DIY! This is good if you do not have a very large bust. I'm a 12C-ish, and this tutorial shows you how to make a basic padded bra. You can easily add underwiring, which - when I get some - I will add to this tute on how to put that in as well.