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Jacci Jaye's Corset Pattern #1

Rating 17 votes Buy or download pattern to rate Difficulty Intermediate Size 4/6 See Sizing Chart Type help Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format used to represent documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems Print at Home PDF Description This pattern download and tutorial is a cinch— literally! This pattern is a size 4/6. Recommended Materials Decorative outer/fashion fabric: You can use any durable, non-stretch woven fabric like cotton, silk, twill or linen. Lining: Coutil (also spelled Coutille) is a woven cloth created specifically for making corsets— but any woven like cotton or cotton Amount of Fabrics 1 yard self, 1 yard lining Seam Allowance This pattern includes seam allowance

Babydoll – Tutorial Last week I show you all the Babydoll I made for our honeymoon, since I already made it and didn’t take pictures of the process, this time I draw the steps as clear as I could, hopefully you will all understand, but if not I will try to make another one, after all I can always use some extra of this I made this out of leftover chiffon and black ribbon, I burn the edges of all pieces carefully to prevent fraying – But be careful sometimes if it gets too burn you end up with a solid hard edge, not nice! This are all the pieces you need to make: [Click on images to enlarge ] You can check more pictures of the one I made HERE! * This tutorial is provided for personal, non-commercial use only. Tags: baby doll, handmade, tutorial

Super Simple Nightie Tutorial Ginger from Wiener Dog Tricks shares this Super Simple Nightie Tutorial as part of our True Love series. We can’t wait to see your versions! Learn more about Ginger in her intro, and visit her new shop where you can find tutorials, kits & more. (Ginger’s offering Sew,Mama,Sew! From Ginger: This lovely little number flies together with just a few pieces and not all that much measuring. 1. And then get to cutting: Chest piece: Two strips.Width = Your Bra Size + 1 inchHeight = 5 inchesA note about piecing fabric together: If you need to scrap pieces together for these strips, just make sure you don’t have any funky seams running up the middle of the front. 2. 3. Now put it all together: make a sandwich with your Body piece and your two Chest pieces (right-side-facing-in-with-ironed-edges-facing-down Chest pieces = bread; ruffled-edge-up Body piece = bologna). 4. Once you’ve got it all pinned in place, run a basting stitch along that top edge to hold your straps in place. High five.