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How to make an authentic Víking Era tunic undefined How to make an authentic Víking Era tunic Copyright © 1993, 1997 Carolyn Priest-Dorman This document is provided as is without any express or implied warranties. While every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained, the author assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein. pattern drafting You need 1 18″ reversible nylon closed zipper2.5 yds. of shell fabric, 60″ wide1.5 yds. of liner fabric, 60″ wideCoordinating thread1 roll of kraft paper or pattern-making papper1 tracing wheel On a sheet of kraft paper, draw a straight line about 2″ from the edge along the length. In the middle of this line, mark point 1. 2 from 1 = 29″

Triangle Zipper Coin Purse If you look closer to the main photo, I sewed 2 different positions for the zipper, one on the triangle slope (left) and one at the center of the triangle (right). Both of them are basically made from the same method, the only different is how to sew the sides of the purse (step-by-step photo #14). Triangle Zipper Coin PurseMaterials: 1. Fabric – 2pcs. of 5″ x 5″ 2. Lining fabric – 2pcs. of 5″ x 5″ 3. Zipper end covers – 2pcs. of 2″ x 1 1/2″ 4. Zippered Lining Tutorial As promised... A lining can add a lot to a bag. In this case, I added a lining made with home decor weight cotton and it added sturdiness to my "It's a Cinch Bag".

Fabric Labels Tutorial Many people have asked me how I make my labels so I have decided to make this little tutorial including pictures and any little tips that I have learned along the way. You will find that making your own labels is quite simple and much cheaper than purchasing custom labels. Pour yourself a cup of tea and enjoy. Materials needed:computer, graphics program (I used photoshop) & inkjet printerregular printer paperiron-on transfer paperutility knife, cutting mat & metal rulerribbon (I used 1/2 inch natural cotton twill tape)iron & ironing boardscissors

Tam of Rassilon People have asked for the pattern to this so here it is. The original tam pattern is not mine; it was made by Angela Wu and posted here at However since I made a few changes to it I will post the pattern for what I did here. I made a few changes to the charts from what I knitted, to correct some things that didn't turn out as well as I hoped. These changes should get rid of the white bits in the decrease rows, and should make the outside circle more circular. I've included the Celtic knotwork border pattern as a separate chart since it's not a part of the original design and some people might not want to include it. CLOCHE HAT Featured: Cloche hat from Banana Republic A buckled cloche for Spring. Easy-peasy and pretty! You will need: Graph paperapprox. 1 yd. of fusible interfacing, 45″ wideapprox. 1 yd. of bottom-weight or upholstery fashion fabric, 54″-60″ wideapprox. 1/2 yd. of lining fabric, 45″ wideapprox. 3/4 yd. of grosgrain ribbon, 2″ wide1 belt buckle, 1 ½” widecoordinating thread This hat draft is a medium size for a head circumference of approximately 23” [58.5cm].

Cat Doorstop Materials: Felt color A Felt color B Embroidery floss color A Embroidery floss color B 2 3/4” buttons with 2 holes for eyes Contrasting embroidery floss for sewing on eyes Stuffing (wool or polyfil) Beans, fish gravel or large grained sand for weighting the bottomPattern Directions: (All seams are 1/4″.) 1] Download pattern and make copies. 2] Cut out pattern pieces as follows: Knitting Pattern Knitting Needle Roll UP Case Holder 40x40cm DK 266 Freepost Place bid Review and confirm your bid Bid confirmation

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