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Needle and Spatula: Pleated Pouch Sewing Tutorial

Needle and Spatula: Pleated Pouch Sewing Tutorial
I originally posted this project in August and have been meaning to make it again to do a tutorial ever since. This bag combines elements from a number of different tutorials and projects out there, I basically mixed and matched elements to come up with what I wanted. It has squared off bottom corners which give it a good amount of inside volume and a nice shape. It can stand up (and would stand up even more if made with home dec weight fabric or using interfacing). TERMS OF USE: For personal, non-commercial use only. DONATE TO SUPPORT THIS TUTORIAL - this tutorial is provided free of charge, if you would like to show your appreciation and support the free patterns I provide here, you can donate here (or it helps if you click through to any of the amazon links on this site, whether you purchase that particular product or not!). What you will need: First, on the bottom outside pieces, mark lightly at the top (long) edge of the rectangle at 3.5", 4.5"(middle), and 5.5" from the edge.

Knitty Gritty Thoughts: Happy Thanksgiving and Free Fabric Styrofoam Ball Pattern! Supplies are easy, most of them you'll probably already have around the house. You'll need - Fabric - your choice of colors and prints. The amount you need depends on the size of the styrofoam balls you use and how thick you place the fabric. Start by cutting your fabric in 2 inch strips as shown above. After you've cut the strips, cut each strip into 2 inch widths so you end up with 2x2inch squares You'll have a nice pretty stack of squares! Now, pull up a chair, put on a movie and let's get pinning! Now, you're going to learn how to fold the fabric squares. Next, fold the fabric in half again and hold it as shown above. Now, pin. Now, pin the second one. You continue doing this around and around and finish the first round. Start a second round slightly offset from the first and continue on your way, round after round. Continue along to the bottom. Voila! Here's a sampling of the latest balls I've completed. Careful! Happy Crafting All!

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Free Pattern Month Day 11 - Cakies: The A-Frame Tent Hello Monday! We have a great gal to start off a fresh week of Free Patterns! Please welcome Rubyellen from Cakies! I was introduced to Rubyellen's blog a very long time ago! Now she has THREE with one more on the way! What caught my eye was her ethereal photography and adorable softies! All of her projects and posts come from a place where crafting and motherhood intersect. I love reading about her thrifting finds! And clothing for her sweet little girls! Says Rubyellen, "I love making things and this blog originally intended to just document our everyday crafting, but it has turned into so much more. She's also super talented at hand embroidery! Rubyellen's life certainly does seem like a dream! Thank you Rubyellen for joining me in Free Pattern Month on Grosgrain! Hello Grosgrain readers!!! Drawn pattern for reference: Materials for the A-frame: 4- 1'' x 2'' x 48'' whitewood moulding 1- 3/4'' x 48'' poplar dowel drill with a 3/4'' spade bit measuring tape pencil (marker) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2.

Quilted Sunglass / Eyeglass Case Tutorial Glasses Case DIY Tutorial in Pictures. You Will Need Cotton Cloth Spongy Fabric Resin Button Magnet Buttons Sewing Thread Needle Scissors Wash Soluble Pen Cut templatesCut out two pieces of brown cloths with seam allowance by tracing a template of a ship form. Cut two floral cloths and two spongy fabrics according to both cloths above. Draw diagonal plaids Do the same to sew the other small brown cloth. Sew diagonal plaids Sew the diagonal plaid patterns. Do decorative work Sew two sides of the rectangles together along their edges. Turn the bag inside out.

Newspaper basket Last night's project, a basket made from old newspaper. After seeing this post at CraftStylish, I was inspired to try one. Maybe I'll keep books and remote controls in it. 1. I cut the folded edge off a couple sections of newspaper and then cut those pages in half lengthwise. I used about 20 pages for this basket (about 40 strips). 2. 3. 4. 5. pinterest Pinterest Today Explore When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Women's Fashion Women's Bags Women's Bags By Size Pouch Save Saved by Uploaded by user Diy Bags Patterns Sunglasses case ElenaRR 2k followers More information Find this Pin and more on Sewing Patterns by Eyes Venture. Diy Bags Patterns Sewing Patterns Diy Bags No Sew Diy Fashion Projects Pouch Pattern Fabric Bags Small Quilts Printed Bags Handmade Bags More like this Sewing Mitered Corners Sewing Crafts Sewing Projects Diy Bag Designs Leather Art Fashion Sewing Small Bags Purses And Bags Mandy Spanninga-Oosterhoff Sewing Animal Sewing Patterns Bag Patterns To Sew Vintage Sewing Patterns Small Sewing Projects Sewing For Kids Wallet Pattern Quilted Bag Garcia Darla Bolsas Diy Bags Jeans Diy Bags Purses Sewing Hacks Pochette Portable Pencil Case Pouch Sewing Case Diy Sac porta óculos coração porta cartão Cleonice Delboni Nicolau couture... Handbag Patterns Leather Bags Handmade Leather Bag Pattern Diy Tote Bag Patchwork Bags Bags

Petals to Picots: Green Crocheting: Making Fabric into Yarn In an effort to reduce our household waste, I am always looking for ways to reuse and recycle things. So when I finally decided that it was time to retire a sheet set from my linen closet I was left with a few choices. Donate it? No … After years and years of use — starting in my husband’s bachelor pad, then as our guest set, then as camping sheets — these sheets weren’t in any shape to donate. What you’ll need:flat sheetscissors Cut off the sewn edges from around the sheet (Fig. 1). Fig. 1 Fig. 2 To help give you a better visualization, the illustration below shows what the sheet would look like now if you were to open it up. So far, so good? This next step is a little trickier, but this is what creates one continuous strip of fabric. Fig. 3 Did I lose you? Now, starting from one of the corners that was just cut, start rolling the strip into a ball. Fig. 4

Tuto de la trousse Roll Voilà le tuto, j'espère que c'est clair. Si vous ne comprenez pas, n'hésitez pas à demander. Vous voyez les photos de 2 trousses, parce qu'évidemment je n'avais pas pensé à faire des photos du montage. L'article est suffisamment long, vous verrez les photos de la 2ème trousse bientôt... Trousse Roll Fournitures : Pour une trousse de 18 cm de large ( la largeur peut être variable) Tissu : 1 morceau de 20 x 60 cm 3 morceaux de 10,5 x 20 pour les poches 2 disques de 9,5 cm de diamètre Doublure, dans une couleur assortie : 3 morceaux de 12 x 20 pour les poches Molleton : 1 morceau de 60 x 20 4 disques de 8 cm de diamètre. Plastique rigide : (genre intercalaire pour les classeurs) 4 disques de 8 cm de diamètre. Contrairement au carton, le plastique vous permettra de laver votre trousse, éventuellement. Feutrine pour le pique aiguilles : 2 rectangles : 6 cm x 13 cm 5 cm x 11 cm du biais, ou une bande de 6 cm de large d’un de vos tissus. 1ère étape : Former les poches. Coudre sur une longueur. 2ème étape :

Love and Lollipops: Seussville {Bottle Top and Pom Pom Town} Big Brother went off to camp for a few days this morning, so I thought it would be nice to have a few distractions for little brother. Truthfully, Little One will probably be fine - it's Mommy (that would be me) that might not be. Anyhow, this project started off a few days ago with me encouraging the boys to make some "buildings" from bottle tops. Little One's creations... The little buildings needed a place to go, so I took a large piece of cardboard and glued some colourful cardboard roads on to it and added the street markings with a correction pen. pinterest Pinterest Today Explore When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. DIY And Crafts Fabric Crafts Sewing Save From Images By Breen Zuchetti On Artesanato Em Tecido 9A9 May 12, 2020 - This Pin was discovered by Breen Zuchetti. 1M followers More information Find this Pin and more on Bags by Mary Willard. Handbag Tutorial Zipper Pouch Tutorial Purse Tutorial Diy Handbag Diy Bags Patterns Sewing Patterns Purse Patterns Sewing Hacks Sewing Tutorials More like this Small Sewing Projects Sewing Crafts Nifty Crafts Bag Pattern Free Sewing Pillows Sewing Techniques Handmade Bags How To Make Doll Karina Langkjer Wallet Sewing Pattern Bag Patterns To Sew Sewing Projects Diy Bag Designs Leather Bag Pattern sylvie vg Tissus "Accessoires" Denim Handbags Denim Tote Bags Sewing Patterns Free Handmade Handbags Sewing Mitered Corners Clara Fehr Christmas, kids Zip Pouch Tutorial Midnight Quilt Show Pouch Pattern Diy Sewing Projects Sewing For Beginners Toiletry Bag Leather Craft c

A Childhood List: 105) DIY Plastic Bag Jump Rope I really do make a huge effort to not get plastic bags, yet somehow they seem to multiply in our house. So on a quest to figure out something to do with them, I came up with this idea, what about a jump rope. The girls love jump ropes, although they haven't quite figured out how to actually jump rope yet (although the Bee is working on it.) They do however love to use them to limbo under, tie to a tricycle or wagon, drag things around, as a police stop in the bike traffic circle in our backyard, and many many other uses. Next I cut each rectangle into long strips. I then took six of the strips and taped them together with painters tape and taped the whole group to the back of a chair (if you ever made friendship bracelets as a kid you know exactly what I am talking about.) After twisting the two braids together I taped the ends with duck tape to create a handle.