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Early 20th Century Sewing Patterns. The patterns without a year are from a 1908 book and not for a certain design, but rather generic pieces of clothing.

Early 20th Century Sewing Patterns

The rest is up to you. Instructions from the 1908 book are here. If not stated otherwise, the skirt hip width is 98, waist 60 for those generic patterns. Click on the link in the right column to see a picture of the finished garment. Detailed technique directions for various clothing items are in the HowTo area. . *) This is a cleaned-up version of the original pattern that a fellow costumer was kind enough to let me use. I'd LOVE to get feedback about costumes you've created using these patterns. Content, layout and images of this page and any sub-page of the domains marquise.de, contouche.de, lumieres.de, manteau.de and costumebase.org are copyright (c) 1997-2016 by A.

Circle Skirt App. Draft Your Corset Pattern. Taking measurements is a vital element in the creation of a perfectly fitting block or garment.

Draft Your Corset Pattern

Extra care at this stage can save you an extraordinary amount of time, effort and extra expense later. How to draft a Basic Corset Pattern (10 panels) in english ! Coconut Oil & Olive Oil Crockpot Soap Recipe. Folding Floor Cushion {tutorial} Phew, this week is flying by!

Folding Floor Cushion {tutorial}

Today’s project is one of many on a list of home improvement projects that I tend to put off. But I’m so glad I got this one done and I love how it turned out! Recently, we bought Yuki the popular Ikea Kura bed, which can either be a low or high bed. If you choose the lofted bed, it creates a nice space underneath which can be used as another bed, or you can use the space for something else.

Eventually, we imagine we’ll put another mattress underneath for Kaya, like a bunk bed, but until then, we wanted to use the space for some of Yuki’s things like her dresser and books. Ten Hand-embroidery Stitches You Must Know. Today is a special day as (NØ) goes back to school, but not a random school !

Ten Hand-embroidery Stitches You Must Know

She goes back to stitch-school to offer you ten hand-embroidery stitches you must know ! Step by stitch step, it’s easy, have a look at the images and pretty illustrations that (NØ), as a good student, prepared for you ! To get a pretty regular embroidery, there is no choice but practice, undo to redo, unstitch to restitch … You will not need a lot : – 1 water-erasable marking pen or a tailor chalk to mark your drawing. – Embroidery thread (DMC mouliné floss, using only one or two threads, or “spécial à broder” thread or any fancy thread you’d like to use !) Let’s get started ! 1. Make This Rustic Bath Caddy From a Single Board of Reclaimed Wood. Make this rustic bath caddy — with the added bonus of a built-in wine holder — from a single board of reclaimed wood.

Make This Rustic Bath Caddy From a Single Board of Reclaimed Wood

Use it to relax and bring a true spa feeling to your bathroom. Things You’ll Need Reclaimed wood board, 37 inches by 8 1/2 inches by 1 1/2 inchesTape measureCircular sawSandpaper, P80 grit2-inch wood screws, 4Power drillJigsawMultisurface waterprooferPaintbrush Reclaimed wood can be found at local salvage yards, building supply stores and online.

Its weathered texture and imperfections are what make this rustic caddy so inviting. Look for a piece of reclaimed wood that extends at least 6 to 7 inches past the full width of your tub. Dust and clean away any debris from the board, and then measure where to cut the width, using the tub as a guide. 20 Creative Storage Ideas For A Small Bathroom Organization. Whatever the size of your bathroom, you need some creative and practical storage ideas that suit your interior and the amount of space you own.

20 Creative Storage Ideas For A Small Bathroom Organization

By keeping your bathroom streamlined you’ll find things you need and get in and out in no time. Forget about hunting for an extra roll of toilet paper or searching through drawers for your tweezers. 10 Homemade Seed Starter Pots. Most garden centers sell all sorts of little pots, containers and kits that you can use to start seeds.

10 Homemade Seed Starter Pots

Those work fine, but if you would like to start your seeds without running to the gardening supply store, there are several creative DIY seed pots that can be made from common household items! Share Here is a list of 10 items you can repurpose for your seed-starting adventures! Some of these seed pots can be planted directly into the ground. 1. Via: Gardening Clan. Make Temporary Tattoos. Decal Paper Temporary Tattoo from Robin's Eggcetera Source If you don't want to pay the price for a real tattoo or you just need some body art for a special occasion, you might want to try making your own temporary tattoo.

Make Temporary Tattoos

Wearing temporary tattoos can be a lot of fun, and they also make interesting conversation pieces. How to Build a Chicken Coop for Less Than $50. Contributor post written by Candice Smith When we decided to become chicken owners, a few concerns came to mind: where to find chickens, how to feed and provide for them, and how to shelter them.

How to Build a Chicken Coop for Less Than $50

And like anyone else we started enthusiastically looking at brand new freshly painted hen houses. Have ya seen how much they cost? How to build My 50 Dollar Greenhouse. First off – you really can build this thing very cheaply, but to do so you have to recycle, freecycle, and scrounge.

How to build My 50 Dollar Greenhouse

If you just go out and buy new everything it will probably cost over $200 – still not bad all in all.This Article is featured in Jan 2010 issue of Birds and Blooms Magazine! Want to find out if this thing works before you read all this? Read 6 months in the Greenhouse first.Want to see what happens when a few inches of wet snow accumulates on this? Untitled. This winter, my dad and I took up the project of building a simple pedal-powered cell phone charger to mount on my bicycle.

Cell phones are small potatoes in the big picture of energy consumption, but the apparatus we built could be a very practical concept for those on self-supported bike tours or those living temporarily in situations without electricity. DIY Life-Size Phone Controlled BB8 Droid. Today, I'm going to teach you how to build a working, life-sized, phone-controlled Starwars BB-8 droid!

In this tutorial, we are only going to use household materials and a little Arduino circuitry. My Christmas Gift For Dad: One of my dad's hobby is being a toy collector (Hot Toys, Enterbay & Etc..). He grew up watching movies from the 80's, including Starwars! He is a really huge Starwars fan. When the Sphero BB8 was announced, he wanted it so badly! Why Household Materials? 15 Creative Storage Ideas to Give Your Kitchen an Organizational Boost. 11. Hang a Dish Rack Over the Sink Share Another great solution to maximize your counter space. Macrame Yarn Garland DIY. I love a good garland as much as the next blogger, so when I found myself needing to add some color to my studio, I immediately thought of something involving macrame. I didn't have tons of white rope sitting around, so I grabbed some yarn from my weaving stash, and one hour later had a much more cheerful studio! The best thing about this project is how it adds a lot of color and interest without needing tons of time or materials, which makes it a perfect project for table backdrops at parties or a wedding.

2 Mini String DIYs. Take a regular-sized object, scale it down to look like something from a tiny universe, and my heart just melts. I don’t understand the psychology behind it, but I’ve always felt that there is something so overwhelmingly adorable about all things miniature. I know I can’t be alone on this front, so today I wanted to share two of my favorite tiny DIYs – each using mainly just string.

Which of these do you find the cutest?! How to make your own Vertical Planter. How To Make A Hanging Gutter Garden. 15 Amazing DIY Furniture Projects for Your Home. 11. Bathroom Storage Cabinet. Make Your Own Designer Spotlight - Morena's Corner. How to build a hot bed out of recycled glass bottles. Earlier this year I designed a wine bottle bed for the 2010 Northwest Flower and Garden Show display we created in partnership with Seattle Tilth.

After the garden show I moved it into a spot in our garden and grew our very first RIPE pepper, before any of our tomatoes ripened!!! Erik’s recycled wine bottle torch. Dollar Store Hack: Alcohol Ink Glasses. Multipurpose Bed Table. Arm Knitting How-To Photo Tutorial // Part 1: Casting On. Guest Tutorial: Reading/Knitting Pillow from my BFF Bonnie!! The Lesa Bag.pdf. DIY Solar USB Charger - Altoids. I've been reading a bunch of blogs this fine Earth Day morning and have noticed that most of them are posting little write ups about green solar powered USB gadget chargers. They're all quite nice, but also quite expensive. I don't think I've seen any for less than $60, and I've not seen one that really suits my style. Creative Ideas For Making Beautiful Furniture From Upcycled Pallets.

Wooden pallets mainly used for storage and transport of various products. It’s hard to believe that they are currently used in interior decoration. Cheap, readily available, and ecological increasingly used by interior decorators. 14 Interesting Ways Of How To Reuse Old Wooden Pallets. The Burlap Bag - High Quality Handmade Goods Shop - Austin Texas. Drop-Dead Denim: One Tough Pouf.

Valaan villapaita: Tee se itse -valas. Multipurpose Bed Table. 3x1 Folding Chalkboard Tray. Pin Cushion Ring: 5-Minute Project! DIY Tutorial: How to make your own chain harness [DIY Fashion] THIS.IS.WHAT I.DO: D.I.Y THIGH CHAIN..... DIY Ruched Wrap Skirt. CACTUS PINCUSHION TUTORIAL. Sew Easy DIY Multi-Wear Snap Scarf. Virkad döskallesjal. Med mönster // Crochet skull shawl. With pattern. Magnetic Phone Macro Lens. Amazing! Make beautiful flowers from wire & nail polish!! Crocodile Stitch. Build-a-diy: 8-foot giant squid pillow. You’ll... DIY: Banana Republic Braided Neck Tee Shirt.

DIY Rocker T-Shirt. Riipukset. Nahkanauha / Nauhat / Troublemaker Trading Oy. Hopeoitu korunauha. True Blue Me & You: Doable Unique DIYs. Color Blender. Lisa's Craft Blog: Tutorial: Wire-Wrapped Tree of Life Ornament. Whale Shark iPhone Cover pattern by Reuben Briskie. DIY Instructables - Share What You Make. Burlesque Bustle Skirt ∙ How To by Becca K.

DIY Spiderweb Racer-back. Medieval Fantasy Wool Winter Coat Queen Of Shamakhan by armstreet. DROPS Ohjevideo. Corset Lace Up Thigh High Legwarmer/Socks ∙ How To by lianne l.