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Eva Dress - Patterns Archive

Eva 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. Eva Dress Design by Eva / Pattern by Your Style Rocks! This is the pattern for the dress Eva designed for our "Let your shoes be your muse" contest.. Inspired by her favourite pair of mary-jane style heels, it is a classy and elegant piece with a beautiful cowl neck. This dress is fairly easy to make. UPDATE Due to popular demand we have added two more sizes (EU 46 and 48, i.e. Detailed sewing instructions for this pattern are available here. Download the pattern:

http://yourstylerocks.com/patterns/archive.php?pattern_id=6

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Shortcut Ruffling Technique and Faux Rolled Hem Method Life is hectic. Funds are short. So any time I can find ways to streamline the creative process, I am beyond thrilled. Making Pompoms in Bulk I’m always looking for ways to save time. I am currently working on a feature for Discovery Girls magazine that absolutely needed some pompoms–a lot of them. The thought of doing each one individually nearly took me under. The process to make them in bulk is quite easy and definitely beats making those little cardboard templates, which drive me nuts. 14 at a time? 50s Fashion - Patterns Archive Design by rma / Pattern by Your Style Rocks! This is the pattern for the 1950s inspired dress that rma designed for our "Past Perfect" contest. It can be worn with a petticoat or you can just leave it away if you prefer a more floaty look for your skirt.

Coffee Date Dress- multisize sample! Notes You asked for it, and here it is! The Coffee Date Dress pattern now comes in standard BurdaStyle sizes 34-42, based on JJ’s fantastic bodice sloper. It has a simple silhouette with a ruffle detail and just enough swing in the A-line skirt to make it dainty and feminine. It’s quick and simple to make and very versatile- try it in a neutral with a cardigan for work, in navy silk for dinner out, in a fun print with a big belt for weekends, or in black or fuschia satin for a festive cocktail party. fun wrap skirts I've been obsessed with making these wrap skirts lately. The yellow and pink (or mustard and mauve ) is two overlapping layers while the stripped one is just one. I left the edges raw - because I like the 'deconstructed' look. The waistband is finished and long enough to wrap around twice or tie into a long bow.

Botanical Mother’s Day Greeting DIY With Terrain Any chance I get to visit Terrain, I jump on it. I’m always excited to see the new store displays, and being surrounded by the living plants and flowers is always so refreshing and inspiring. Mother’s Day is coming up, so I teamed up with Terrain to bring you all a fun DIY that you can make in time for the special day. I met with Meredith, their special projects manager, and we had a fun morning making a beautiful botanical greeting card that is the perfect gift to give on Mother’s Day – or a fun project to do with your mom on the special day! Terrain’s walls are currently covered in shadow boxes containing old specimens and vintage botanical prints, and this DIY is an easy way to replicate those prints!

5203 Petit black dress Difficulty: ** You will need: gabardine; lining; fusing; 1 zipper; 3 buttons. Attention! Fabric consumption varies depending on the size of garment. First of all, print out paper patterns and lay them out at the width of fabric/ knit you plan to use, to see how much fabric you will need. When sewing the garment, pay attention to notches- they must coincide. Little Red Infinity Dress Tutorial February 14, 2011 I’m always searching for a beautiful, well-fitting, versatile dress, and I finally found it. In fact, I MADE it. The infinity dress has got it all! Sewing Machine Needles & How to Choose Them From Manda: When you become the owner of a sewing machine, you often sit down and read through the user manual, to familiarize yourself with which stitch to use for which fabrics and how to clean it, thread it and all the other general aspects of running a machine. What you don’t always do however is familiarize yourself with which sewing machine needle to use. If you’re anything like me, you tend to stick to the universal needles (often sizes 10 -16) that come with the machine. And also, if you’re anything like me you’ll often find yourself in the position of wondering just why the tension suddenly seems wrong, or you’re suddenly dropping stitches.

Pressed Flower DIY: Necklace And Jewelry Box Pressed flowers have always had my heart. They’re delicate and beautiful in the quietest way. I had never actually attempted to make some until now, and now I can’t believe I’d gone a whole 25 years without ever doing so. Today I’m going to show you how to press flowers and then how to turn those pretty little pressed flowers into both a jewelry box and a necklace. To press flowers, all you need is a heavy book, some plain paper, and some pretty flowers – the flatter the better. Here’s what I used:

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