Tissu et coupon : accessoire de mercerie, bouton à coudre, tissus coton, jean, fourrure pour la couture 850+ Free Bag Patterns! Welcome to the Free Bag Patterns section at SewingSupport.com. Here you'll find a collection of over 1000 free bag patterns & tutorials collected from all over the web. Make handbags, tote bags, wine bags, duffel bags, backpacks, and more! And since bags often consist of simple shapes with just a few seams, they can be a great first project for a beginner just learning how to sew. Making a bag can also be a great way to use those smaller pieces of fabric you may have leftover from otherprojects, particularly if the bag design is small. Sewing Quick Tips: #1: Make sure to reinforce seams that will be subject to stress (such as the seams of a bag or where the bag handles attach to the body of the bag, especially if you plan to use the bag for heavy items) by either stitching again over the first row of stitching or by using a smaller stitch length. #2: Before cutting your pattern pieces from your fabric, always press your fabric first.
Fabric Panels: How To Gosh, you all are so sweet! Thank you for the nice comments about my new studio - if I could, I'd have everyone over for tea, lemon scones, and crafty conversation :) My fabric panels are super simple and I wanted to share how I made them. The inspiration was what many of us face when we have fabric we love but can't bear to cut it - what to do? I used foam core, double stick tape (I like poster tape especially or ones available for scrapbookers) and wall putty to put them all together. Cut your foam core to accommodate the piece of fabric that you are using. Place the double stick along the edges of the foam core, gently pull the fabric over each corner and press down onto the tape, and then working from opposite sides, gently pull taut the fabric along the sides and press down onto the tape. I used wall putty to put them up so I wouldn't have a bunch of little holes in the wall.
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60 Projects to Make with Dollar Store Supplies [pinit] One of my very favorite activities is going to the dollar store and thinking of things to make from the products there. It forces me to be thrifty, and to think outside of the box. Does this always yield a stunning outcome? The projects I found for this compilation are pretty impressive. Salvage Dior took a black rubber door mat from the dollar store and made this faux vintage iron wall piece. Need some organizing inspiration? Remember when I made marker storage from a garage sale frame and some dollar store buckets? When I first saw this, I thought it was beautiful. Are you excited about this round-up?
Marimekko boutique en ligne Marimekko est un des piliers fondateurs des design finlandais et scandinave. A ceux qui ne connaissent pas Marimekko, on explique souvent qu'il s'agit d'une entreprise de design créée en 1951, célèbre pour ses motifs audacieux, graphiques et colorés, déclinés en tissus, vêtements, sacs et objets de décoration intérieure. Mais plus qu'une marque ou un style, Marimekko est un état d'esprit, un art de vie reposant sur la créativité, l'invention et la liberté d'esprit, dont l'ambition consiste moins à suivre la mode qu'à développer une esthétique propre, forte et indépendante, intemporelle et joyeuse. La notoriété internationale de Marimekko date de 1960 : cette année-là, Jackie Kennedy s'enticha de la marque et porta plusieurs robes Marimekko durant la campagne présidentielle de son mari. On dénombre plus d'une cinquantaine de concept-stores Marimekko à travers le monde, auxquels s'ajoutent des centaines de revendeurs privés.
Owls, Foil, Glue, and Shoe Polish (original artwork by David, grade 5) Art Club, Grades 1-6 This is one of my all-time favorite projects. The technique has been around for years, and I've loved using it several times with my students. This time around, our art is of owls and leaves. We first planned our compositions, paying attention to all of the positive and negative spaces. 1. **I've noticed on Pinterest some people think we used coloring book images. 2. 6. 7. Once you've filled all of the spaces, rub over the whole thing with black shoe polish, wait a few seconds, and wipe off. A couple of you have commented on the color- the results will be an aged silver metal look, something along the color lines of pewter. Yes. When I was hanging these up, parents, teachers, and kids all stopped to ask about them- I love being able to tell my Art Club artists how much people enjoy their art work! Make it a wonderful day!
Comment faire un pompon avec une fourchette... : Mon Carnet à Idées Pour faire un petit pompon avec une fourchette, il vous faut : une fourchette et une pelote de laine ! Accrochez le début du fil de laine à la première dent de la fourchette avec un double nœud. Enroulez le fil autour de la fourchette de nombreuses fois. Une fois une belle épaisseur de laine obtenue autour de la fourchette, coupez le fil. Coupez aux ciseaux les côtés de la laine, à l’extérieur des dents de la fourchette, pour former les franges du pompon. How to make gift bags from newspaper When I bought something at a store recently, the clerk handed me my purchase in a bag made from a newspaper. I liked it very much and had to make some more—thus today's DIY recycled newspaper project: gift bags made from the Wall Street Journal. You can vary the dimensions, of course, but here's what I used to create a bag that's 5" tall, 4.5" wide, and 3" deep. Stack two sheets of newspaper on top of each other. This will be a two-ply bag for extra sturdiness. Cut out a rectangle that's 15.5" wide and 8.25" tall. Fold a flap 1.25" down from the top. Cut two pieces of cardstock or chipboard to 4.25" x 1", then glue them on the widest two panels just under the top fold. Put glue on the outside of the 0.5" tab and bring the left-most panel over to form the body of the bag, aligning the cut edge of the panel with the folded edge of the flap. Upend the bag so the 2" flap is now up. Put glue on both flaps and fold them inward to form the bottom of the bag.