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Fabriquer son biais dans un minimum de tissu

Fabriquer son biais dans un minimum de tissu

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Sew Your Own Square Throw Pillow on Craftsy While the weather might still be saying winter, you might be dreaming of sprucing up your outdoor space in time for spring. A box edge pillow is a useful variation to have in your home decoration sewing skill set. The box shape or square pillowcase is perfect for making cushion covers to use over foam inserts and can be customized to fit anything from a chair to picnic bench to a window seat. Here’s how to sew your own square pillow in just three easy steps! The box edge pillow only has a few extra seams, but similar to the way you might create a tote bag, the corners are seamed off and become box shape edges. Step 1: Measuring your pattern

How to customise & recycle your old t-shirts T-shirts have a lifespan, they don’t last forever, they stretch, they fade, they get stained, and sometimes the tees stay the same but the owner changes size, or just changes their taste. This got me thinking, “what do you do with a tee when you don’t want to wear it anymore? (and you don’t want to give them to charity for whatever reason)” I’ve got more than 200 t-shirts in my wardrobe (and out of it, and draped on chairs, and stacked in cupboards, and hanging on racks), and they don’t all fit me now, so I thought I’d hunt around and find out what they devil I could do with all those superflous tees. As it turns out, other people have this problem too, and there are loads of tutorials out there with interesting ideas for how to recycle your t-shirts into something ‘new’.

83,500 Vintage Sewing Patterns Put Into Online Database From Vogue, McCall’s, Butterick, And Simplicity Whether you’re an expert costume designer or have ever aspired to sew your own clothes, there is now a website with 85,300 vintage sewing patterns on it, including patterns by McCall’s, Vogue, Butterick, Simplicity, and many others. Because this database of vintage sewing patterns is a collective group effort, the number of patterns on it is constantly growing. Many have fond memories of visiting the local fabric store with their mothers to sift through clothing patterns and remember when the sewing machine was just as much of a staple in the household as a computer is now. If you long to recreate those moments and sew your own clothes, the Vintage Patterns Wiki website has a massive selection of vintage sewing patterns available for you, none of which came after the year 1992.

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