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Porte cartes

Porte cartes
So, how was your weekend? Mine was fun, but exhausting. I decided to go and visit TheSecondChild on Saturday. It’s a six hour drive, so I got up early and I was down there by noon. I made a quick fabric shop stop and then TheSecondChild and I had a little lunch. Then we had a fun-filled afternoon of cleaning the house he lives in with 2 other 22-yr. old pigs guys. Anyway, last week. before all that excitement, I had fun making some little keychain cell phone id coin whatever-else-you-want-to-throw-in-there purses. They’re pretty easy to make and I thought you might like to make some too, so I took some pictures of the process and thought I’d write a little tutorial. Here’s a shot of the back of the purse with my cell phone tucked into the little pocket. So, shall we start? Some scraps of fabric — I used three different prints. Purse Back: Cut a 7″ long x 5 1/2″ wide piece of fabric. Quilt this little sandwich however you would like — stipple, straight lines, or make up your own. Oops!

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sewing: The "Take Note" Notebook Wallet Tutorial - imagine gnats This post is written by Jenelle Clark of Echinops & Aster. I’m Jenelle, and I’m a new guest contributor for Imagine Gnats. I blog over at Echinops & Aster, and I am so happy to have the opportunity to jump over here every-so-often (from now into the future) to share my ideas and tips with you as well. For my inaugural Imagine Gnats contributor post, I thought that I might share a quick tutorial to make something that has revolutionized my note-taking life. Cómo hacer un bolsillo del corazón de Origami: 11 Steps Edit Article Edited by Mimi, Krystle, Eric, Lillian May and 46 others This origami heart fits in your pocket, and has its own pocket inside! You can insert something into it or leave a little note in it, or even a little trinket (perhaps a piece of candy or jewelry), to give to someone you care about.

White Pearl Rope – Tubular Herringbone Bead Weaving This tubular herringbone rope is very simple and whips up in no time. I used this bead woven rope in my Blue Victorian Pendant Necklace and absolutely love the way it feels! All photos are shown with blue beads but I have indicated in the instructions on what beads to use. Click here for a free downloadable PDF of this tutorial on will need a Craftsy account) What you will need: I have put in parenthesis how I will refer to the beads in the tutorial. La trousse de la rentrée et son tuto But I mostly noticed when, trying to get into a stationnery store, I got kicked out by a guard sorting the clients out... no kids, no entry... (Ok, that didin't really happen but, you never know, maybe, one day...) Ceci dit, il faut en avoir (du mérite) pour affronter les papeteries et autres rayons 'rentrée des classes' des supermarchés ces jours-ci... c'est la foire à l'empoigne, les gosses qui pleurent, les files kilométriques à la caisse... l'horreur! Anyway, anyone trying to go to the 'back to school' department of a store needs a lot of will and bravery... people are lining for hours or wrestling over a map, the kids are crying... a total nightmarre!

kelbysews: cremallera bolsa Tutorial I know there are lots of zippered pouch tutorials out there, and they're great, but I haven't found one that explains how to make the ends of the zipper more finished. Once I figured out how to do this, I thought I'd share. This tutorial is more about the zipper ends than it is about the finished pouch. Sewing Lesson: Cropped Jacket 108 022/011 Here is an easy to follow sewing lesson for our Cropped Jacket sewing pattern that debuted in the February 2011 issue of Burda Style magazine in our recently updated Havana Nights pattern collection. Check out all the great diagrams to help you sew this Jacket! Every woman needs a cropped jacket, as it is a staple layering piece and really gives off that “put together” look. I love the style of this jacket, as it is classic and has a hidden closure. You can also also sew our Cropped Jacket with Buttons using this tutorial, as they are the same pattern PDF. Just substitute the hook and eye closure for buttons and buttonholes.