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. This is my first time making a graded pattern, so I apologize for any errors or inaccuracies and suggest making a muslin of the basic bodice to test the fit :) IMPORTANT NOTES: unlike the original size 32 petite pattern, this pattern does not include seam allowances. NOTE: I HAVE HAD PROBLEMS GETTING THE INSTRUCTIONS TO UPLOAD. If you make one, please post your creation to BurdaStyle- I would love to see it! Recommended Materials Lightweight woven fabric such as cotton poplin Amount of Fabrics
Spring Felt Flower | I posted these cute pictures last week, and I promised I would share the tutorial. These flowers are so fun for spring! And they sure look cute on Miss Emmalyn! The first flower is pretty simple… I just hope I can explain it right. You’ll need (5) 1 1/2 in circles (sorry typo in the pic). Add a little hot glue to the center and fold it like a taco. You’ll glue one edge down, but not the other. Make sense? Then your going to cut a 1/2 in circle for the middle. Next you’ll need to make your loopy flower. First you’ll want to pin it in half. Then you’ll sew the pieces together. Then you’ll cut little snips all the way down. Now roll your flower up like a cinnamon roll, gluing along the way. Now your going to glue both flowers to a piece of felt. Attach to a cute headband and you got your self a pretty cute flower. Linked to Tidy Mom Happy Spring!!
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The Spiral Skirt and Dress Patterns All patterns are Adobe pdf for free download and printing. They print out onto sheets of 8.5 x 11 printer paper which you tape together then cut out. The different pieces have different types of dotted lines to make it easier to match them up. The skirts can be made any waist size. (A "gore" is one of the lengthwise strips of a skirt. Spiral Skirt 3 One top piece and one point piece are sewn together to make one gore, which are then sewn together. The pattern to download Here's a Skirt 3 in progress, showing the interesting way it looks before sewing up the final seam. (For each gore of this skirt I used two of 2/3rds of the Skirt 3 pattern piece, that is, I folded the piece into thirds then cut off one of them, and cut two sections out with that, then added the tip.) Here's one from the mailbag: Julie says she, "added a 6" strip at the top to make it longer, and lined it. And THANK YOU to Julie for sending the pictures of her project! Skirt 4 / Spiral Dress Download the 8" wide skirt pieces
Little Red Infinity Dress Tutorial | Sew Like My Mom 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! I made my infinity dress in about 3 hours and for under $20! I found these infinity dresses on Craftster years ago and have always loved them. First, you need to do some measuring. So, 30/6.28 = 4.7. Then I decided on length of skirt and came up with 18″. To make your straps, you need to decide how wide to make them. To determine strap length, you need to make them 1.5 times your height. So, got that? To make your pattern, get packing paper, freezer paper, or a bunch of pieces of computer paper taped together. Then I measured 18″ down from that and made another line for my skirt length. Cut out on your lines. Now, keeping your fabric folded in half with selvages matched, fold the fabric in from the end so it’s doubled on itself. Next, cut a waistband 10″ tall and the length of your waist you measured. Now for construction.
How To Make Pom Poms and Add Them to a Throw Blanket Before I started moving my studioffice all around last week, I started making something to keep me warm as it is COLD!!! outside and I like it warm. This past weekend it snowed, which made for a nice snow day on Saturday, but the throw blanket I keep in my living room to snuggle up with has not been available for about 2 months now. You will find out why below. I needed to finish up embellishing a new throw I bought at Marshall’s to keep me all comfy cozy. It is large, furry, fuchsia, soft and super cuddly – perfect for the winter months, plus it gives my room an added color pop. This project all started when a certain new member of my household took over my warm and snuggly leopard throw. Sometimes I don’t even see her as she blends right in. I got my inspiration to make the pom pom trim when I saw this photo in an old Woman’s Day magazine from the late 60’s that I found at a thrift store. From woman’s Day Magazine Jan 1968 How to Make a Pom Pom Throw Blanket How to Make a Pom Pom 1. 2.
FabricsAddict immi-made-pattern sew a super simple skirt . sewing 101 Valerie Bryant is back with another incredibly helpful Sewing 101 post. Now that we've learned the basics, she's showing us how to make a super easy beginner skirt. There are tons of pictures with each step after the jump, so you won't get lost! If you love Sewing 101, be sure to check out Valerie's blog and her shop. This elastic waist skirt is a simple project with tons of variations. You'll Need: 1 - 1.5 yards of fabric* (amount depending on your size and the length you want your skirt)rulermeasuring tapestraight pinsthread (in a matching color to your fabric)safety pinsmarking tool (I just used a pencil.)cutting utensil (shears or rotary cutter)1 yard of 1" elastic (again, depending on your measurements)sewing machineiron/ironing board *Make sure you get a fabric that does not stretch. First things first: take your measurements! The first measurements we'll use are your hips and total length. Using these final dimensions, it's time to cut! Now, repeat! Time to sew!