Flower Girl Cottage : Crochet Headband Pattern Crochet Headband Materials: 1 ball Lily Cotton Yarn, Size G Hook Pattern DIY outdoor lighting ideas – How to make creative garden lanterns These pretty diy outdoor lighting ideas will create a great atmosphere for your garden party. You can easily make the first project just by using milk cartons, tissue paper and colored ribbons. Equipped with a party light chain from the hardware store, they produce a soft and beautiful light.
Dollar Doll Clothes - Free Patterns For AG & 18" Dolls Recognize the source of these cute small-scale prints for doll clothes? Yes, during a recent foray through the neighborhood dollar store we came across some quality women's underwear seconds and naturally asked ourselves what we might make from them. They are the foundation for a fabulous project--Dollar Doll Clothes! Read on for details! How To: Shorten Sleeves with a Lining I do a lot of different sewing projects for people, and learn a lot of new things along the way. Today I thought I'd show you how to shorten sleeves of a women's blazer (or any sleeve that is lined). It is easy, even if you don't call yourself a seamstress, you can do it too!
Liffey (Cable&Lace Knitted Hat) Liffey is a mixed pattern hat, including both cables and lace, in a cute leafy shape. The traditional ribbing is replaced by an i-cord, tied at the back to form a bow. Size: to fit head circumference of 56cm (for bigger or smaller size, consider changing yarn thickness and/or needle size). Yarn: SOKA (70% wool, 30% polyamide, 50g=150m), 1.3 skeins. A set of 4 (5) double-pointed needles: UK size 11, US size 2.5, metric size 3mm; 2 cable/auxiliary needles of the same size. How to make your own flameless outdoor lighting for a wedding! Happy Friday Everyone! I hope you all enjoyed the fabulous ‘my beloved’ shoot this week… I know I did! In the shoot I incorporated this easy way to light any outside area – hanging battery operated tea lights! Many venues will not allow open flame candles… a perfect alternative and you don’t have to worry about them catching on fire or blowing out in the wind! Pin Supplies: scissors, thread, and lots of battery operated tea lights!
Easy Baby Skirt Tutorial and Pattern <div class="greet_block wpgb_cornered"><div class="greet_text"><div class="greet_image"><a href=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><img src=" alt="WP Greet Box icon"/></a></div>Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to <a href=" rel="nofollow"><strong>subscribe to the RSS feed</strong></a> for updates on this topic.<div style="clear:both"></div></div></div> (This is the project for Week 4 of the Learn to Sew series.) Seriously, I need to stop sewing things for baby girls. Last week it was the dress and the shoes.
How to Hem Suit Coat Sleeves I have had this post in draft for a while. Altering suit coat sleeves is not difficult if you know a few tricks. It does take a bit of time, but it is very worthwhile. You can expect to spend one to two hours working on this project. You will need a few basic supplies such as good quality matching thread, a sewing machine (straight stitch only, don't panic), an iron, a press cloth or dish towel, tailors chalk, a ruler, scissors, and a roll of fusible interfacing approximately 1" wide.