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handmade diy punk clothes, rockabilly dresses, kawaii, pin-up clothes, scene clothing stores, punk clothing stores, SmarmyClothes.com Home Sewing Projects Posted on | April 24, 2013 | 2 Comments I’ve had a lot of fun updating this page. It was first posted in 2008 and a lot of what was new and stylish then, became outdated over the years. Home sewing projects allow you to coordinate your entire decor for just the cost of a yard or two of fabric. For example, my bathroom in my house in Baltimore had pink, white and black tiles. The projects listed below are some of my favorites. Read More : Sewing or Home Comments Free Skirt Patterns–Crafter’s Journey craftersjourney.com Buy this domain The owner of craftersjourney.com is offering it for sale for an asking price of 300 EUR! Popular Categories Finance Shopping Lifestyle Games Internet Travel Electronics Computers Jobs Entertainment Gifts Dating This page provided to the domain owner free by Sedo's Domain Parking.
How to Sew a Hood – DiY Sewing Tutorial You can use this method for making a hooded shirt from scratch or for reconstructing an existing shirt. If you are making your own pattern on the fly, I’d suggest finding a hoodie and tracing the hood, making sure to add a seam allowance. You may need to alter the hood to fit the top you want to sew it to- just remember that the bottom edge of the hood should be the same length as the measurement around the neck hole. Zip up hoodie by SmarmyClothes.com Difficulty: Step 1 Your hood pieces should be sewn together before you start, and the edges finished. You can also line your hood. Your two pieces here are 1. the hood and 2. the nearly finished top. mark the center of the bottom of the hood (green dot). The front edges of the neckhole of the top have been marked with yellow and pink dots and the corresponding spots on the hood are marked as well. Step 1 Step 2 Match these points up. Step 2 Step 3 Start sewing at one end of the neckhole, and sew until you’ve reached the other side. Step 3 Done!
Yo-Yo Placemat and Yo-Yo Circles Yo Yo Placemat How to Make a Scrappy Yo-Yo Placemat by Lesley Dietschy Create these charming placemats for your dining room or kitchen table using handmade Yo-Yos. Placemat Dimensions: 12″ wide x 18″ long (approx.) 54 Yo-Yo’s needed to make one placemat Supplies: 4 inch circle template (cut from plastic or cardboard)100% cotton fabric scrapstracing pen or pencil designed for marking on fabricsquilting threadinvisible threadhand sewing needlescissorsthimble Craft Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Tips: Make sure to use a strong quilting thread. Start the first stitch underneath the folded edge to hide double knot. Put Your Skills to Use: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Variations: Yo Yo Mat Try using smaller circle templates which will make smaller yo-yos. Arrange yo-yos in different designs. i.e. create a square within a square look simply by using 3 colors. It is not recommended to use these decorative placemats for everyday dining.
Husqvarnaviking free patterns Embroidery Software Revealed/ Quilting Made Easy Embroidery Software Revealed In this event our Software Specialist will take you on an eye-opening tour of our embroidery software systems. You can find out which embroidery software is right for you while touring the various embroidery software options available. Quilting Made Easy Calling all quilters! Tutorial: Refashioned Slim Slack for Boys If you are stopping by via MADE “Celebrate the Boy“, welcome! If you’re interested, you can find more “Boy” posts & projects here. Refashioned from men’s slacks & using the existing button, zipper & back pockets (all the icky parts of making “real” slacks), these slim slacks are a fun alternative for a little boy’s dressy wardrobe. Intermediate Level Sewing Let me know if you have any questions or problems with the tutorial so we can work it out! I would love it if you shared your “Slim Slack” creations in my Flickr group, “Reduce, Reuse, ReFASHION for Kids” You are welcome to use my pattern which fits average 2T and a slim 3T with added length. Waist: 19″ (stretches to 22″) , Hip: 23″ Inseam: 11″ Use 1/2″ seam allowance unless noted (crotch seam). Download pdf pattern HERE. If your boy is larger than the pattern, find your favorite pants pattern and “slim it down”. Step 1: Find your sacrificial trousers. These are from the thrift store. You might want to pick up two pairs. P.S.
The Updated 2010 Ultimate Make-it-Yourself, DIY, Sewing Summer Guide! Summer is absolutely upon us. We have decided to give you the ultimate backyard fun and beach guide. Sew and craft up all of these projects to create your perfect summer! Swim SuitsWhether lounging by the pool or playing in the sand, these suits are what you need for the hot summer months. Check out Sanda Betzina’s wonderful post about sewing with swimsuit fabric to make sure you get it right the first time! - Alison bathing suit - Jessica bathing suit - Andre - Cindy - Navy polka dot bikini Beach Cover-UpsMake one of these for traveling around or just lazing about. - Tiered Maxi Dress - A-line tunic dress - Bambi - Bermuda Shorts - Summer Beach Hat - Harem Trousers w/ Side Tie - Elinor cover-up - Terry Cloth Beach Cover-Up - Stretch shorts for her - Desira - Shirt dress - Tara A Summer Night OutRock these looks till the break of dawn - Tie Skirt - Slouchy Jersey Dress- - Jumpsuit - Kimono tee - Theresa Dress Backyard GamesThese fun (and cheap!) Summer Accessory Happy 4th of July, Everyone!
Jan Andrea at home on the web The URL for this page is: All directions on this page are copyright to Becca of Annabear Babyware. (All text and pictures on the page are by Becca... This pattern is copyright to Becca (as above) and is NOT for resale under ANY circumstances! Sewing a sleep sack I just took a bunch of pics while I made a super fast sleep sack (could have spent more time on it, but was in a hurry and needed a new one), and figured I'd share them with you too. Materials Required: 1 yard of fleece or 1.5 yards cotton/flannelLong zipper (length will depend on size of sleep sack, but should be between 18-24") To make this so that older babies can't remove it, use a separating zipper, with the pull at the *bottom* of the garment instead of at the top (must be a separating zipper for this to work! Instructions: First you need to find a baby gown in the size you want, OR you can just eyeball it and make a template using a footie sleeper as a reference. DONE! Link to me!
Wide Headband Cotton voile headband measuring 3.5" (89 mm) wide by 15.5" (39 cm) long with covered elastic measuring 0.5" (13 mm) wide by 4" (10 cm) long. Materials Woven fabric, like lightweight cotton or silk0.5" (13 mm) wide elastic–you’ll need a length of about 4.5" (11 cm), but you can wait to cut it until the fitting stageSafety pin or loop turner Instructions Measuring and Cutting Main Piece: Cut 1 rectangle from your fabric as shown in Diagram 1. Note: Any grainline orientation should be fine, but laying the long sides of the rectangles crosswise (i.e., perpendicular to the selvage) will use the least fabric yardage. Diagram 1 Sewing Fold the short sides of the main piece in half with right sides together and, using a 0.25" (6 mm) seam allowance, sew the long raw edges together to create a tube as shown in Diagram 2. Diagram 2 Turn the main piece right side out and press so that the seam is positioned at center back (CB). Diagram 3 Diagram 4 Diagram 5
Yo-Yo Placemat and Yo-Yo Circles Yo Yo Placemat How to Make a Scrappy Yo-Yo Placemat by Lesley Dietschy Create these charming placemats for your dining room or kitchen table using handmade Yo-Yos. It’s a great project to use up your fabric scraps or you can buy fabric to match your decor. Placemat Dimensions: 12″ wide x 18″ long (approx.) 54 Yo-Yo’s needed to make one placemat Supplies: 4 inch circle template (cut from plastic or cardboard)100% cotton fabric scrapstracing pen or pencil designed for marking on fabricsquilting threadinvisible threadhand sewing needlescissorsthimble Craft Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Tips: Make sure to use a strong quilting thread. Start the first stitch underneath the folded edge to hide double knot. Put Your Skills to Use: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Variations: Yo Yo Mat Try using smaller circle templates which will make smaller yo-yos. Arrange yo-yos in different designs. i.e. create a square within a square look simply by using 3 colors.