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Barbie® dress tutorial

Barbie® dress tutorial
Kicking off Barbie® clothes week…can I have a drum roll please? ok, just kidding. quit banging on your desk. Yes, you! here’s a simple tutorial for a cute Barbie dress! Click below for more! You’ll need: fabric: 1 piece 6 ” by 2.5″ for the bodice, and 1 piece 5″ by 12″ for the skirt ribbon: 2 pieces-2.5″ long for straps if you want them sew-on velcro: 4 inches long, and a little over 1/4″ wide (i cut 3/4 inch velcro in half) sewing stuff: thread, iron, scissors, sewing machine….yada yada First, serge or zig zag all edges of your fabric… and with your iron press the two short sides, and one long side of each fabric piece in 1/4 inch. sew about 1/8 inch seam around those three sides. take your bodice piece, and wrap it around your Barbie® (thanks for modeling for us, Cinderella!) Pin the back together so it’s snug, and then pin the front like so for the darts. Sew along the pins for the darts…back stitch a few stitches start and finish so they don’t come out! Try it on and make sure the darts fit!

barbie knit top tutorial Hello all! Here’s the grand finale of Barbie® week! (Also, I made a couple of dresses and added them to my Etsy store! Clicky over on the top right)***I made a couple of Liberty dresses too, those will be listed later! Please don’t be intimidated by the knit fabric in this shirt-or the small seams. They’re not as bad as they seem! Click below for more! You’ll need: a piece of knit fabric-the thicker knits work better- I wouldn’t use a thin knit unless you are comfortable with swearing. sew on velcro ball point needle pattern Cut out your pattern-this is what it will look like all laid out. If you want to embellish your top-now’s the time! I sewed on a little fabric flower I had floating around. We’ll start on the neckline. this is what it should look like-I suggest ironing all your seams throughout-it makes it look so much better when you’re done! You also don’t need to worry about seams fraying since it’s knit. yah! Now for the sleeves. Now pin the right sides together like so… tada!

Colonial Doll Clothes Patterns "Colonial clothes for 11 1/2 inch dolls Over 200 free sewing patterns – download as many as you wish! Are you looking for some free doll clothes patterns for an eleven-and-a-half-inch doll? Why not visit a time in history when women were ladies and dressed like it. Just because the women were ladies does not mean they didn't have to work hard back then. Download the full printable pattern below So you can use the colonial dresses to teach your kids about history. The colonial dresses had fitted bodices with full skirts. Fashion doll clothes If you are just going to display the dolls after making them from the free doll clothes patterns, you can use more expensive material. Why spend money on patterns today when you can find them free. Free patterns have all the same details in the instructions as the ones you buy too. You will have fun making the colonial dresses and thinking back in time. Free printable sewing patterns You can download this pattern by clicking on the link below.

upcycled dress froufy barbie skirt tutorial I hope you’ve had as much fun with Barbie® week as I have! Here’s one more fun skirt tutorial! Enjoy But please pardon the name of the skirt. (unless you have something better?) Click below for more! You’ll need: 1 piece of fabric 12″x3.5″ (for the length shown here) 1 piece of fabric 1.25″x5″ for the waistband sew on velcro sewing stuff cut your pieces out-I’m not sure how my skirt piece ended up crooked-whatevs! Serge or zig zag stitch two short sides, and one long side of your skirt piece. On the other side of your skirt piece, sew a basting stitch down the edge, and gather to fit the waistband. Important! andd…sew together! press the waistband, folding a little bit over like so. fold that down over the front of your skirt-and pin. topstitch slowly along the bottom of the waistband. pin right sides together, and sew a seam about an inch from the bottom down… this is what it should look like. fold over one of the edges slightly, sew down, and then sew on your velcro pieces. and tada!

How To Crochet A Hexagon In Ten Minutes! Here's my super speedy crocheted hexagon how-to. You need to use chunky yarn for these (I used the Patons Inca I was sent as a freebie last week!) This yarn is apparently around 14 ply. Next week I'll show you how to make a 4 round 8 ply (DK) yarn version in a slightly different pattern. I used Patons Inca* yarn in a variety of colours A 6mm hook Scissors A yarn needle I'm using UK/Australian crochet terminology: Stitches used: chain stitch, double treble, slip stitch Foundation Ring: Make slip knot. Round One: Chain 4 *Double Treble (DTR) into the ring you just made. Round Two: Tie on your new colour between any pair of DTR stitches. That's it. I've made you some videos too. Let me know if you use this how-to, won't you?! x Pip I had to reshoot the third video (round 3) - there was a technical issue! * Approx 14 ply Tension 13 Stitches to 10cm Needles 7.00mm AUS 50 Grams - 58 Metres 50% Wool, 30% Acrylic, 20% Alpaca Comments comments

ReThinks Here's a ...umm... big round up of the roundups - updated periodically! barbie cap sleeve shirt tutorial Continuing with Barbie® week here: a cap sleeve top. So…..let’s get down to business. (to defeat the Huns..) Click below for more! You’ll need: one 6 1/2″ x 3″ piece of fabric two pieces of fabric 3″x1 1/2″, one side cut on a slight curve sew on velcro First, serge or zig zag stitch around all edges. Then with your iron, press all edges in 1/4 inch. Sew around the large piece with about 1/8″ seam. (are you still singing that song from Mulan in your head? also sew along the long sides of the sleeve pieces. hey doll! wrap the large piece, inside out around her torso, and pin the back together so it’s snug. back stitching at start and finish, sew along the pins. make sure it fits…..this isn’t the best dart job. sorry. take your sleeves and pin them into place on the front and back. sew them on, using your stitching as a guide, back stitch at start and finish. cut a piece of sew on velcro to fit, and sew it on! the more fitted look looser ( i like this version better for larger fabric patterns) Thanks!

How to Crochet the Diamond Lattice Stitch NewStitchaDay This video crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the diamond lattice stitch. This stitch creates a delicate lace pattern. The diamond lattice stitch would be great for shawls, scarves and shrugs! LanaMundi Yarns Tajik Mohair comes from the Asht region of Northern Tajikistan which is the center of Angora goat production. Chain-chDouble Crochet-dcSingle Crochet-scDouble Crochet 2 Together-dc2tog Double Crochet Treble Together (dctrtog)- yo, insert hook into st indicated, pull up loop, yo, pull through 2 loops on hook, yo twice, insert hook into st indicated, pull up loop, yo, pull through 2 loops on hook twice, yo pull through remaining loops on hook. Skill: IntermediateFoundation Chain: Multiple of 4 sts + 2. Repeat rows 2 and 3 until you have reached your desired length, end with row 2. Example of the Diamond Lattice Stitch. Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Simply click the button below to become a FREE VIP member today!