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Kid’s draughtsman’s pouch tutorial

Kid’s draughtsman’s pouch tutorial
This idea was born of a need to keep drawing notebooks and colouring materials together when travelling. It holds up to 4 A4 notebooks (though really designed for only 3) and 24 pencils/texters. Easy to carry and just folds open. Inside Materials 24 strips of fabric measuring 1.5 x 5 inches each in rainbow colours4 different fabrics for the inside pockets, inside lining, outside, border and handlessome ribbon for the handlescalico fabric for the pencil pockets lining and the inside folder liningmedium weight interfacing Size of the bag The bag can be cusomised to your needs. To work out the sizes, you need to decide how many notebooks the inside pockets will hold. Place the notebooks on a pile and measure around the narrow part. Measure the notebook height and add 1 inch to it. This will give you the measurements for the lining, interfacing and outside fabric. As a way of example, I used 3 A4 notebooks. My pieces of fabric measure: Making the pencil rainbow pockets Square both strips. Handles Cut

Couture | Zipper Pouch carte | Pattern Free & Tutorial à Have you ever had too many cards that your wallet can handle? Be selective and get only those cards that you might be using in a particular shopping mall but end up they were the wrong one? Or, may be just forgot to “update” the cards in the wallet on your next trip? I am not a big fan of big wallet, with the increasing numbers of cards that I have, my decent size wallet is no longer able to buckle up. This zipper pouch can hold up to 30 plastic cards (similar to credit cards), and more for thinner cards, business calling card for example. Get the pattern and tutorial to sew one yourself after the jump and don’t have to struggle with the cards anymore. {Get pattern and tutorial on next page.} Pages: 1 2 Get all updates via email: Highlights from Our Partners

★ Le tuto de mon organisateur de sac Attention, voici venu le post le plus long jamais écrit sur ce blog... J'ai bossé dur, fait des dizaines de photos et pris plein de mesures pour vous livrer, enfin, le petit tuto promis il y a quelques semaines. Mais avant tout, j'attire votre attention sur le fait que ce tutoriel est mis à disposition selon les termes de la Licence Creative Commons : Citer l'auteur - Pas d'Utilisation Commerciale - Partage à l'Identique Il est interdit de vendre des organisateurs de sac cousus d'après mon modèlesur marchés, plateformes de vente de créations (Etsy, Dawanda, etc), pages facebook et e-shops.Merci de respecter mon travail ! Alors une fois que ceci est dit, si vous êtes partantes pour vous coudre un organisateur de sac avec 5 poches à l'extérieur et 2 poches + 4 emplacements de cartes + une poche zippée + 1 porte-clés à l'intérieur... et bien, je vais tenter de vous expliquer ! D'abord le matos : NB : les mesures indiquées comprennent les marges de couture d’1 cm Pour l’extérieur : Ouf ! Bravo !

Comment attacher accroche sac. Commentaires: LiveInternet - Russian service Diaries en ligne Цитата сообщения ИримедКАК СВЯЗАТЬ СУМКУ КРЮЧКОМ Связать крючком такую элегантную сумку нетрудно. Для этого нужно связать 6 кругов по описанию (по 3 на каждую сторону). Круги лучше соединять между собой в процессе вязания. Для круга набираем цепочку из 6 воздушных петель и замыкаем их в кольцо. 2 ряд: вяжем 3 воздушные петли для подъема (на схеме они ошибочно не указаны, заменены столбиком с накидом) и вяжем еще 15 столбиков с накидом. 3 ряд: 3 воздушные петли для подъема + 1 воздушная петля и далее вяжем *столбик с накидом, 1 воздушная петля* -повторить еще 15 раз. Первый круг связан. Связав и соединив 6 кругов, начинаем сверху и снизу подвязывать элементы, чтобы выровнять полотно сумки, сделать его прямоугольным. Такими элементами соединяем круги вверху и внизу. Для белой сумки вяжем дно столбиками без накида и присоединяем к сумке. Вяжем шнуры для ручек и украшения: набрать 6-8-10 воздушных петель, замкнуть в круг и вязать по спирали до нужной длины. Условные обозначения

Crafty Connections- January 18 - April Bern Photography Blog - April Bern Photography Another thing I loved about this camera? It has really convenient and easy to adjust dials to change settings on the fly (and because you're looking at the LCD screen, you can see, almost in real time, what's happening.) And lastly, this is pretty important to me, there are so many more points of focus you can select rather than just the 9 that the Mark II has! Do I want this camera? Here are some shots I took with this camera and the kit lens: Bag Style Category: Uncategorized Posted on 2009-12-11. By anonymous. Description Bag StylePam Allen | Interweave Press | 2011-09-20 | 128 pages | English | PDF Featuring 22 innovative patterns for all skill levels, this book includes projects from 20 top knitwear designers, including Veronik Avery, Norah Gaughan, Mags Kandis, and Kristin Nicholas. Download **** No Mirrors below, please! Sponsored High Speed Downloads Disclaimer: Contents of this information are indexed from the Internet and not censored. Search More... Bag Style Related Archive Books Archive Books related to "Bag Style": Links Download this book No download links here Please check the description for download links if any or do a search to find alternative books. Need password? Can't Download? Search MirrorsMaybe some mirror pages will be helpful, search this book at top of this page or click here to find more info. Related Books Books related to "Bag Style": Comments

{capture the moment}: Introducing Tiny Treats: Birthday I am so glad to hear how excited many of you are for the products we are releasing this month! Believe it or not, we still have even more in store for you! Today I get to introduce you to Tiny Treat: Birthday. The details. Tiny Treats: Birthday will be available for sale on January 15th.It will retail for $24.Tiny Treats: Birthday contains a total of 38 stamps (1 large polka-dot frame, 1 circular frame, 1 loopy border, 18 adorable small images and 18 coordinating sentiments)The images & sentiments in this set are done in the same scale as out other Tiny Treats sets, so you can mix and match between them.A coordinating die for the large polka-dot frame, entitled Mat stack 5, will be available for purchase separately for $8. I've created a super fun little gift ensemble that I am excited to share with you! (PLEASE NOTE: You can click on any of the images below for a larger view) Let's start with the card. I cut about 2" from the top of the flattened stamp box using my paper trimmer.

Back with buckets ! Hiya, Here is my very belated bucket tutorial. I was hoping to do this for Whiplash but never mind. There are probably a gazillion versions of these floating around in the craft cyberspace, so these are the way I make mine. For each bucket you will need:· 5 ½ x 18 ½ inch strips of outer fabric, light wadding and iron–on interfacing.· 6 x 18 ½ inch strip of lining fabric (note it is a bit bigger so you get the nice trim at the top.· Circles measuring 6 inches across in outer, wadding, interfacing and lining for the base. Step 1. With outer fabric and lining right sides together (and the wadding interfaced piece under the outer fabric) sew along the long (18 1/2 inch) edge that will be the top of the bucket. You can see the layers here. Open up and press the seam. Step 3. Take the short (5 1/2 inch) sides together and sew along creating a tube. Step 4. Sew the bottom into the outer fabric end right sides together.

Sewing School Welcome to the Sewing School! I get a lot of emails and comments asking about how to do certain sewing related things and where to find old posts on my blog and so in an effort to consolidate the tutorials and sewing advice you find here on A Fashionable Stitch, I’ve made up this handy dandy Table of Contents page to navigate you through what’s available here. It’s due to be added to every now and then, so check back when you are searching for something and can’t find it. Happy Sewing Adventures! xoxo, Sunni Making a muslin or a test garment (also known as a toile) is a great way to find out if certain alterations are needed for a particular pattern. Alterations for Pants/Trousers Getting a pair of pants or trousers to fit perfectly can be one of the hardest fittings we ever do as sewists. Flat Pattern Adjustments Flat Pattern Adjustments are adjustments made to the pattern before you make a muslin. Ready to add a few techniques to your to your sewing box? Need a little inspiration?