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Bamboe basics

Bamboe basics
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How To Do Japanese Gift-Wrapping Japanese-style gift-wrapping, called tsutsumi, uses paper and cloth to create simple but elegant wrappings for gifts, presents and packages. Furoshiki refers to using a large piece of cloth for the wrapping. These techniques are perfect for birthdays, holidays, weddings, or even everyday marketing and shopping. They also support and promote recycling and recycled goods. Trying to figure out wrapping paper with these methods gets really easy, as single sheets of paper work well to not only wrap most common items, but that's exactly the sort of paper size that is best for reuse. Go for thicker, handmade papers which will hold up better to multiple folds and creases. Gentle colors and contrasting accents are often hallmarks of Asian gift-wrap but there are occasions or styles where you will see bold colors and vibrant patterns. Here is some history, links and videos providing information and tips so you can create these fantastic but simple works of gift-wrapped art for yourself!

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Startseite - Manufactum Sleeves, Necklines, Collars, and Dress Types | She's in Fashion I’ve recently ventured into drafting patterns starting from my basic bodice and skirt sloper. The fit issues are minimal, since the sloper is made skin tight. Design ease is added as you go along. I found these reference pictures useful for ideas on basic sleeves, necklines, collars, and dress types. Waschbär - Der Umweltversand. De milieuverzending, Natuurmode, natuurcosmetica, eco-huishouden, babyshop en nog veel meer!

Old Hollywood Glamour ~ Lace Halter Bustier DIY * Black Bustier* Black Lace* Black Satin Ribbon * Needle/Thread/Scissors * Line your lace up with your bustier cups… make sure the pretty edge of the lace in on the outside closest to your arms. Decide how much lace you need by measuring or just eyeballing it and make sure to leave a little extra so the panels can overlap in the center. * Cut two pieces of lace at least 12″ long to be safe. One for each side. * Flip your bustier inside out. * Carefully hand-stitch the lace to the inside of your bustier cup, right below the seamed edge… or about 1/4″ down. * It should look something like this lying flat. * Try your garment on. * Readjust your lace to make sure it’s crossed over neatly and with your needle and thread carefully hand-stitch the edges of your ribbon to your lace. * Trim off the extra lace at the top… this is a personal decision. * Stitch your two panels together only at the center, not all the way up {though I suppose you can if you wish} * Trim the excess lace in the cups

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