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Bamboe kleding: T-shirts & Tops I Boxershorts I Slips I Sokken

Bamboe kleding: T-shirts & Tops I Boxershorts I Slips I Sokken
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Bamboo Clothing for Women at Bamboomo Mix & Match Organic Women's Bamboo Clothing For an Eco-Friendly Style! Wouldn't it be great if you could reach into your closet and pull out something soft, trendy and versatile every time? Your wish has been granted by Bamboo Dreams®! No matter which fit or style you prefer, we have a top for you. You can dress up your bamboo style with flirty tunics in a variety of styles, from cowl-necked to draped lengths for high fashion with high comfort. Once you try a pair of bamboo lounge pants or leggings, you may never want to wear anything else. All Bamboo Dreams® women's clothes by Yala® are made from sustainable and eco-friendly bamboo that's organically grown, so you can feel good about their reduced impact on the planet.

Exclusieve herenschoenen label Melik Shoes naar Italiaans design online | About Shoes - online herenschoenen kopen HowToWear - HowToWear - Miss Green Artikelen 1 tot 10 van 153 in totaal per pagina Pagina: Bamboo Fiber Clothing & Apparel, Sustainable Organic Bamboo Clothes Bamboo clothing is not exactly a new idea, but it has only recently entered the marketplace as a fabric. In western history, strips of bamboo were used in corsets and bustles as structural elements, while the Japanese and Chinese would weave these strips together to make hats and shoes. The traditional bamboo hat design is recognized worldwide as a symbol of rural life as farmers and fishermen used them almost universally. These days, technological advancements have led to several other textile uses of bamboo, and soft bamboo clothing is now a feasible alternative to other materials. Here at Bambooki we do our part to provide the best in organic bamboo clothing for men and women. There are many advantages to using bamboo as a raw material for textiles rather than cotton and other comparable eco friendly options. Bamboo can be cultivated quickly, can be used as a cash crop for third world economies, and is a natural material that decreases greenhouse gases. Want to learn more?

Outlet Wijdeman Schoenen Avocado Store - Öko Mode Eco Fashion Lifestyle Bio Design ONNO bamboo t-shirts About Bamboo "If you don’t want to be touched all the time, don’t mention it’s bamboo."– Anonymous Benefits The benefits of bamboo are abundant. Our bamboo t-shirts are fuss-free. About So now you know why you've made a smart decision in purchasing bamboo clothing. First, because bamboo grows fast; it is the fastest growing plant on earth. And bamboo grows everywhere--it can grow at sea level all the way up to 12,000 feet, where the air is thinner but the views are great (which is why perhaps it makes the effort). Bamboo stalks mature in just three to five years. Bamboo shelters and feeds lots of critters; koalas love chomping on its leaves. Another reason to love bamboo: It grows an amazing root system. Bamboo might be thought of as an environmental healer of sorts. Facts Bamboo likes to dance. Bamboo also makes great furniture and flooring. Not only is bamboo the fastest growing plant, but it's strong. But bamboo isn't just some tough, aggressive wood. History Problems

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. These are from Vogue Sewing, circa 1982. 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

Circle Knit Shirt Tutorial Post by Raechel of So. I have a favorite shirt. I’ll be honest, it’s probably my favorite because it’s the most comfortable shirt I own, AND my husband bought it for me and he thinks I look cute in it. That’s really all I need. Anyway, I wear it with a long tank top, leggings and either boots or black Toms, depending on the weather. So, I worked this week on developing a 2T-sized version of my shirt. What you’ll need: The fabric piece I used was knit (you want a drapey fabric), and was 20″ wide and 34″ long. Also, you’ll need a sewing machine. Get your fabric piece laid out on your cutting board, folded on the top so it looks 21″x17″. There. (That’s a fold on the top – you want your rectangle intact!) This might be a good time to tell you how to measure for a size other than 2T… How to measure for your own sizing: Width: Arms straight out, you want the sleeves to fall just on the hand-side of your elbow. Okay, on to the task at hand: Below are the dimensions for cutting:

Circle skirt calculator – for the drafting of full, half and 3/4 skirts. With bonus grading worksheet! | The Snug Bug Special Sunday greetings you naked molerats! Since you’re so naked, I thought you might want to make yourselves some nice little circle skirts. And perhaps, like me, you find yourself with little mole rat patterns just a touch on the small side. But the grading of a circle skirt isn’t so easy, is it you naked rodents? Oh no, not so easy at all… OK. Recently I’ve been plotting about two separate circle-skirt related issues in my head. For molerats who are unfamiliar with circle skirts, here’s the difference between the three styles. For a much more interesting comparison, here’s a full circle skirt. {image Whirling Turban} Here’s the oh, so lovely three-quarter circle skirt. And a slightly pixelated half circle skirt… {image Get Go Retro} The other circle-skirt related problem I’ve been mulling over has to do with grading up circle skirts. OK, I admit I usually grade up my circle skirts the ‘wrong’ way. My problem is (hopefully) solved! Okee dokee. Whew! OK! There we have it!