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Paperbag Ensemble Dress - Patterns Archive

Paperbag Ensemble Dress - Patterns Archive
Please consult our size comparison table, our table of body measurements and the "Patterns" section of our FAQs before you download and print a pattern. Paperbag Ensemble Dress Design by jens / Pattern by Your Style Rocks! Finally, here is the pattern for the design that jens submitted as her winning entry in our "Sunday, lovely sunday" contest - we think it turned out great! The fabric we chose for the dress is rather stiff - if you want the paperbag effect to be more prominent you should look for a smoother, flowing type of fabric. Following jens' design, we combined top and skirt to make this a dress, but if you are an experienced sewer you could always modify the pattern to have separate pieces. Detailed sewing instructions for this pattern are available here. Download the pattern:

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Summer of Skirts - Waistband Bow Skirt tutorial Here it is - finally! A swingy red skirt just in time for the 4th of July. Sorry it took so long to get this tutorial up - moving and internet problems delayed me. As always, if you have any questions at all or if I didn't explain things well enough, leave a comment and I should get back to you within the day. Or, send me an email! Oh, yeah, and I almost forgot - I'll be giving this skirt away to celebrate my 100 followers.

Celebrate Summer - Patterns Archive Please consult our size comparison table, our table of body measurements and the "Patterns" section of our FAQs before you download and print a pattern. Celebrate Summer Design and Pattern by Your Style Rocks! Since we only just started with this website and haven't had a contest yet, we decided to design the first piece for our pattern section ourselves so you can see how we work and what we're doing. Giant Felt Flower Tutorial PATTERN (Free) One of the things I love about hairpieces is you can make them anywhere…. well, anywhere they sell felt. You should have seen me trying to describe “felt” to the fabric guys in Timor, that was hilarious. But in most places it is cheap and readily available as is a glue gun (I got a cute toile printed one yesterday).

Summer of Skirts - Elastic A-Line Tutorial This skirt is great, because it is almost as easy as the 20 minute skirt but is more flattering and versatile. I plan on making many more of these! It's also worth noting that my current giveaway (enter to win if you haven't already!) dress features this type of skirt. What you need:-elastic - enough to fit around your waist; i prefer 3/4 inch for skirts-1 yard of fabric if you normally wear a small/medium, maybe a little more if you are large and up- a yardstick or newspaper or something with a long straight edge Step 1: Cut along the fold of your fabric, so you have two pieces with the cut fold on one end and the selvage on the other. Time to Sew: 8 Essential Wardrobe Staples There’s a reason that certain trends or designs stay current forever— because many of these trends consist of classic shapes that can easily blend into our lifestyles, yet the variations come into play through fabrics, colors and styling. Read on to see 8 new patterns with a timeless elegance… These patterns call for the following fabrics: Velvet or corduroy, leather and wool, khaki colored cotton and vibrant purple. The designs are great transitional pieces— from day to night you can go from the office to dinner and still look cool. And away we go! Blouse with bow, Velvet waistcoat, Bootcut trousers

Razzelberry Apron This particular apron is great because it is so versatile. This pattern is the bread and butter of aprons ha! This is going to be my everyday apron. It is much more sensible then the other aprons. Dragon dress My Dragon dress!!!! I can't say how much I love this dress. I saw the fabric at the fabric store and knew I had to make a dress. Free Clothes Patterns - StumbleUpon Posted on | October 9, 2008 | 7 Comments I originally became interested in patternless sewing, many years ago, because I had a hard time finding patterns in my size. Nowadays, patterns in large sizes abound. Nonetheless, I still love my pattern free sewing. These patterns generally of three types.

Easy Half Apron So…another apron. My “nousin”…which is a word I made up for my husband’s cousin’s daughter who is getting married. Her bridal shower is this weekend. We live in the same state as her but not close enough to attend. We still wanted to send her a gift but had to work with these parameters:

FREE Dress patterns listing Featuring a list of free dress sewing patterns and tutorials, all with photos and links. Much of my early sewing has been thrifty – most of my fabric comes from the remnant and clearance bin at my local fabric shop, and many of the patterns have been self drafted or free patterns from the internet. It’s a great way to start out when you are learning and don’t want to invest too much in something that might turn out not quite as you are hoping ! Fresh Linens: Fig Tree Threads' Amelia & Me Sun Hat My husband has freckles, which means my kids have freckles, which means if left out in the sun for any length of time, the whole lot of them looks like a carton of speckled eggs. We have all learned the benefit of good summer head coverings! This adorable floppy sun hat is a pattern from Joanna Figureoa's Fig Tree Threads collection.

How to Use Bias Tape By Allie Allie is the co-founder of Indiesew and creator of all things pretty on the site. Follow Allie and receive other Indiesew updates by subscribing to the blog. Once, a very long time ago, I decided to take the sleeves off a beloved dress to make it more summer-appropriate.

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