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Art, patterns and techniques | Needlework News | Art, patterns and techniques | Needlework News | Jan I know this is two Imaginesque posts in a row, but I couldn’t resist posting about this free pattern. It reminds me of Battenburg lace. It is so lovely and it is just one of the free patterns in the … Imaginesque has posted two more great embroidery patterns, free for your personal use. One of them is shown here.
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Eye on Fashion: DIY lab: the cage crop top
I lined the straps of my dress by sewing two identical pieces together in a tube and closing one end and sewing the open end in to the seam of the dress which worked really well. It makes the dress a little hotter but creates a nicer finish. To make a nicer seam just cut both halves in one piece and fold in half then sew and sew the folded seam so that it is the side in the middle of the dress.

Convertible/Infinity Dress

Convertible/Infinity Dress

Talk Crafty To Me - Dedicated to all things handmade

Talk Crafty To Me - Dedicated to all things handmade Because the holidays and food go hand-in-hand, and because my previous Gifts From Your Kitchen post was so popular, today’s last and final gift guide post is an extended version, with even more fabulous gift ideas for you to whip up in your kitchen! In addition to the recipes, most of these ideas also come with printable labels or packaging ideas to make sure your gifts not only taste great, but look great too. 1. Fleur de Sel Caramels – All the rage right now, these salted caramels make a fabulous gift, and printable labels come in 3 styles. 2.
, this time with Isabela (5). She broke her arm, poor punkin. She was so brave. We weren't in bed till about 2am, so its been a slow day here. Cozy up with a Blanket Cozy up with a Blanket
triangle quilt November 30th, 2013 I finished my triangles in record time, just one week! thimble thimble
Finger puppets for all reasons! Finger puppets for all reasons! Once upon a time, there was a pair of number 3mm knitting needles, several scaps of coloured yarn, a darning needle, some embroidery floss - and an inquisitive child, longing to learn something new and have fun at the same time! I am sure that I am not alone in having little balls of yarn left over from major projects, which are really too small to do anything with. (by the way most of my yarn is Vanna's Choice by Lion Brand) The perfect way to use these oddments up is to knit finger puppets - you can create a whole scenario, just by using a bit of imagination. Are you sitting comfortably, then we'll begin.
(this post was originally published on 29 june, 2006, with the title "one seam convertible dress".) have a question? please visit the convertible dress FAQ's. have you made a convertible dress? do you want to see other convertible dresses, share ideas on how to make them, and find ways to make your convertible dress even better?

rostitchery: convertible/infinity dress

rostitchery: convertible/infinity dress
today i am crocheting little flowers getting ready for my art group tonight. we are making crochet flower necklaces like the one lori gardner made. (i'll link to her photos when she posts them) she wore it to art group one night and stunned us all. i almost gave up with the tutorial today.... the lighting was too bright, the yarn was too fuzzy and my camera wouldn't focus, i forgot to ride my bike up to the school to pick up the kids. (the little voice on the phone- mom, aren't you coming to get us?) does that spell mom failure with capital letters or what? artful thursdays #19....crochet flower tutorial artful thursdays #19....crochet flower tutorial