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My laptop bag tutorial on Sew Mama Sew!

My laptop bag tutorial on Sew Mama Sew!
I was so excited when Beth from Sew Mama Sew! invited me to contribute to their Back to School month of projects. I thought it would be the perfect time to actually make the laptop bag I wanted for quite some time. So today finally the tutorial went live at Sew mama Sew, and Jessica also posted about it in her blog How About Orange, could this day get any better? I am actually working on a passport pouch and checkcover to match the bag so wen I go to Chile in september I can take all of them with me and of course I will share the how-to’s for you to do the same if you’d like! But for now let’s start with the laptop bag! And to all of you visiting from Sew Mama Sew! I hope you all have a wonderful day! * This tutorial is provided for personal use only. Tags: easy, handbad, laptop, sew mama sew, tutorial

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Nouveau : Mon cours en ligne de couture spécial débutant | L' Atelier d Emma Comme je le dis souvent ici, je ne couds qu’à la machine, et je sais que beaucoup d’entre vous n’ont pas cette habitude, mais aimeraient bien apprendre! Je vous ai donc préparé un cours en ligne de couture, spécial débutant : pas de collage ici, de produits magiques, pas d’art textile ou de piqué libre, il s’agit vraiment des bases pour celles qui ne savent pas du tout se servir d’une machine. Le but : réaliser votre première création, ce joli sac. Vous apprendrez à connaitre les différents éléments de la machine, à faire les premiers réglages, les premiers points, et à piquer droit. Bien sûr, comme pour tous les autres cours, vous pourrez visionner les vidéos autant de fois que vous le souhaitez, à votre rythme! Et je serai disponible chaque jour pour vous répondre sur le forum privé. Ce cours de couture est disponible dès aujourd’hui sur mon site 2 Mains Pour Créer, le premier site français d’ateliers créatifs en ligne! Vous aimerez peut-être:

Book cover tutorial (image heavy) My books are among one of my most prized possessions. I love to read, just about anything from the silly and childish to the tear jerking and latest craze. So I have (finally--I know, I know) put together this super-duper easy Book Cover tutorial, that any level sewer seamstress can do, for any size book, hey you can even hand stitch it! Materials: -Outer fabric (I used canvas) -Inner fabric (I used cotton) -Lightweight fusible interfacing -Brown or butcher paper -Pencil -Ruler -Trim's (lace, buttons, rickrack) optional -1/4" seams where used thruout. Cut out (or piece together) a piece of paper larger than your book, height and width wise. Wrap paper around your book, crease and mark the edges with a pencil. Now, you are going to add your seam and inner flap allowances.I added 1/2" to the top and bottom, and 2 1/2" to each side (for inner flap). And now, the fun part! So I attached my bright cherry red rickrack in place. (almost done!) Your all done!!! Doesn't your book look nice and cozy now?

poupee de feutrine Petites poupées qui ont les cheveux et les vêtements échangeables. Chaque 6 pouces de haut. Vous n'avez pas besoin d'une machine à coudre.Peut-être que les enfants peuvent faire. Faire est presque le même que mini-chat . Doily Lace Candle Votive Tutorial I have had a doily table runner laying around the house forever. It didn't look right on our table so I didn't know what to do with it. I ended up using it to make the candle votives on our night stand a little prettier. Now, this tutorial can be done in several other ways. Lace can be used instead of a doily. Vases or mason jars can be used instead of candle votives. What you'll need: Doily or Lace Votive(s) Scissors Hot Glue Gun Fabric Stiffener (optional) If the fabric you are using frays easily, you will want to spray it with some fabric stiffener before you begin. Once the fabric is trimmed to the correct measurements, wrap it around the votive and secure with hot glue. And that's it! The DIY post I have coming up next is a yummy recipe for Raspberry Ice Cream Cake.

How to Make Clothing Buttons from Shrink Plastic… | scissors This tutorial is an old one of mine that’s too good not to share again. Since posting the first time, I’ve had lots of questions about these buttons which will hopefully be answered in this revised post. Equipment Some handy notes: 1. single hole, hole punch (like this one here). 2. 3. Okay.. lets get started! Tracing tips: You can use either coloured pencils or permanent pens. Words must be writted backwards in order to be readable. Shrinking the buttons: To shrink the buttons, you can use an oven or a heat gun (the kind used for embellishing). After the buttons have twisted and twirled, and are LYING FLAT, it’s time to take them out. Note: If the skrinking is taking too long, you may need to turn your oven up. Here’s a short little stop-motion to make sure you’ve got the gist of how easy this is! Shrink Paper {here} Circle Punch {here} Hole punch {here} Pens {here} Update: I’ve made a video to show how to shrink the buttons using a craft embellishment heat gun. Kimanh Hi my name's Kimanh.

Father’s Day DIY: Embossed leather tag and tie clip by Jane Trash What you’ll need: Embossed Leather Tag KitPencilPaperLow-tack painter’s tapeWooden block or rulerHammer or malletCutting boardX-ACTO knife Leather is more receptive to being stamped when it’s damp. Dip your leather pieces into a bowl of water. They don’t need to soak, just dampen them. Let the leather dry. Try a few mock-up drawings before you start. I found if difficult to eyeball the layout because it’s very easy for a few letters to be crooked and make the whole piece look wonky. Hold your ruler or wooden block on the tape line and put your letter punch up against the flat surface to ensure straight, properly lined-up lettering. It’s hammer time. Working on a proper cutting board will absorb a lot of the sound. Gently peel off your layout material. Loop your leather cord through the hole to complete your luggage tag. Use an epoxy to glue your small leather-stamped piece to your tie clip.

Free Clothes Patterns 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. Skirts are very easy to make without a pattern. I came across a few patterns that didn’t fit into any other category, so I gave them their own. We normally assume underwear is too complicated or to time consuming to sew ourselves. Aprons can usually be whipped up in less than an hour. Shirts and dresses are much more complicated to make than skirts. Coats can easily be the most expensive piece of clothing in your wardrobe. Click on the first link to get inspiration. Read More : Sewing or Home Comments

diy neck candy | The Lovely Drawer Yes people! I finally have a new DIY for you! I’m so sorry for such a canyon sized gap between this and the last one. It certainly wasn’t intentional but design work very much got in the way. Actually ‘got in the way’ makes it sound like an unwanted obstacle but I’ve been very thankful for it. You’ll need… Fimo Effects blockNeck chainScalpelCutting matSkewer or cocktail stickTapeGold metallic spray paint To make… Preheat the oven to 110 degrees CCut a chunk of the Fimo and roll and handle to soften in your hands. There will be more DIYs coming your way soon along with a way to get your hands on some of these necklaces.