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Make your own lace undies - tutorial and free pattern So Sew Easy. If you have already visited my previous posts then you are all ready and set to start sewing you own underwear.

Make your own lace undies - tutorial and free pattern So Sew Easy

Not got the free panties pattern yet? Download the pattern from this post – Free Multi-size pattern to make your own undies And take a look here for how to put your pattern together (important) – Making up the pattern Download your free undies pattern UPDATE - Oct 2014. Once you are all set, you will need the following materials: Stretch lace with a finished edge on both sides – recommended 4 to 6.5 inches wide with a good amount of stretch (recommended suppliers Deb’s Lace and Trims and Sew Sassy)Matching regular threadPiece of cotton jersey – new or recycledSewing machineRecommended – Overcasting foot An overcasting foot is recommended for sewing with stretch lace to get a really nice narrow finished seam and edge inside.

Let’s get started… 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Keep Your Cool Smartphone Case. Description Give that hot new smartphone of yours a cool place to hang out.

Keep Your Cool Smartphone Case

This amusing little ice cream treat (choose between an ice pop and an ice cream sandwich) protects your smartphone while also organizing your favorite credit cards and your keys. Keep these things all together in this supercute package and you'll never lose your cool again because you can't find one of your essentials as you're running out the door. What You'll Need All fabric: 44/45"-wide quilting cotton, linen, or other lightweight woven fabrics Striped Ice Pop (View 1) 15" x 7" piece fabric A (top stripe, side panel) 8" x 9" piece fabric B (center stripe, inside pocket) 15" x 11" piece fabric C (bottom stripe, lining) 7" x 4" piece fabric D (stick)

Valaan villapaita: Tee se itse -valas. You can find the tutorial in English here.

Valaan villapaita: Tee se itse -valas

ETA in February 2012: Hi! Nice of you to stop by! There will eventually be an English translation of this tutorial, so please have some patience:) In the meanwhile, I'm sorry to put up this disclaimer: It's OK to link back to this post, but it is not OK to copy all the photos and the tutorial, or translate it to another another language. Posting this as your own creation is even worse. Ja mainittakoon sama myös suomeksi: valaitten ompelu omaan käyttöön tai lahjaksi on OK, mutta kaupallinen käyttö ja kopiointi on kielletty.

Denimvalaan ohjeesta tuli useampikin kysely, mikä ilahdutti kovin ja kauhistutti vielä enemmän – en nimittäin tule kovin hyvin juttuun ohjeitten kanssa. Valaaseen tarvitaan laje vanhoista farkuista, pikkutiplu sinistä puuvillaa silmiä varten, täytevanua, ompelukone, lankaa ja hiukan kärsivällisyyttä. - StumbleUpon. Pretty pleated pouches & Krissyanne Designs. Stuffed animal - Wall to Watch - StumbleUpon. Jessamygriffin - A Study in Coat - Pattern Sketches and Notes. How To Make An Easy Dress (For Cheap!) Two facts about me: I'm cheap.

How To Make An Easy Dress (For Cheap!)

I love dresses. I wear dresses probably 6 days out of the week. It's not that I one day just decided to wear dresses to feel cute and girly. Far from it. Back in November when I really started Talk2thetrees I kinda just wore pajama pants and sweat pants. Dresses are so comfortable, I can sit around the house and feel comfortable and cute. The only problem.. they are expensive! Here is a tutorial on a High Waisted Dress: For under 6 bucks! First you will need a ribbed tank top. I got mine from Walmart for 2.50 You could also use a t-shirt 3 yards of matching fabric. Clearance section is my favorite. Cut the tank top almost in half. (I cut mine a little too short.. oops!) For the bottom part of your dress take the fabric and wrap it around your waist about 1 and a half times, and cut in a straight line.

I never measure, I never use patterns... Out of Order: DIY Tutorial - Full Skirt - StumbleUpon. How to sew a mini bunny sachet. According to Lunar Calendar and Chinese astrology, the world has entered into Rabbit year starting from this spring (立春), that’s today, February 4th, 2011.

How to sew a mini bunny sachet

As a memento of the year, I made some bunny sachets. I filled them with silica gel (in bead form) and turn them into desiccant bags for my metal notions stored in the glass bottles. The silica bead will help in controlling the humidity in the glass bottle, hence to protect the metal from oxidation and degradation. This project is ideal if you have a lot of fabric scraps that you want to de-stash. It is quick and easy to sew, I am able to complete a dozen of them within hours including taking photos for all the steps. This bunny sachet pattern is not confined only as a desiccant bag, you can fill it with other ingredients and turn it into personal amenity, for example: 1. Get the pattern and step-by-step instructions with photos after this jump: Material: 1.

Download the bunny pattern in pdf format. Repeat the same to the other ear.