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Ouvert large poche avec fermeture éclair: DIY tutoriel

Ouvert large poche avec fermeture éclair: DIY tutoriel
Doesn’t it ever get annoying digging through a zippered pouch? I love being able to see what’s inside and what I’m searching for. I spotted this little pouch the other day and had to make something similar. I also made a bunch of sizes, but today I’ll show you the small size, next time, I’ll share the medium and large sizes (not pictured) so you can make all three! Materials: fabric, 1/4 yard would be plentyzipper, at least 10″ long or longerthreadinterfacing of your choice, I used Pellon 101SF, or skip it all togetherscrap for zipper end pull Directions:(1/2″ seam allowance, unless otherwise noted) (Optional) Fuse on or baste on interfacing of your choice to main exterior pieces. Lay one exterior piece right side up, lay zipper (teeth side down) on top with the zipper pull at the left – aligning zipper tape edge to the raw edges of the top of the exterior piece. Use your zipper foot and a 1/4″ seam allowance. Flip so that the fabrics are wrong sides facing and press. That’s it! Ta-da!

12 x 12 dossier de stand'' ... sind gar nicht so leicht zu finden und bei einschlägigen quellen scheinen sie immer gerade dann ausverkauft zu sein, wenn ich unbedingt einen brauche... aber es musste dringend einer her, stabil und mit schön viel platz. also habe ich kurzerhand aus der not eine tugend gemacht und mir selbst einen gebaut :-) - aus stabiler 12x12'' pappe: und so bin ich vorgegangen: zuerst die einzelteile mit dem cutter zuschneiden: 2 seitenteile, 1 boden, 1 längliches front-teil (auf dem foto links) und das gleiche in kürzer für die rückseite: die teile habe ich mit uhu-kreativ-kleber geleimt und kurz antrocknen lassen. danach habe ich alle geklebten kanten innen und außen mit scotch-invisible-klebestreifen (im gegensatz zu tesafilm matt und nochmal beklebbar) stabilisiert. hier der fertige rohbau: nun kommt der schöne teil - papier aussuchen und den ordner bekleben! das gute ist, dass er dadurch auch nochmal stabiler wird. von dem bunten und auf die rückseite geklebt. ich das orangene papier eingesetzt:

Stegosaurus Socks DIY Know a kid (or adult) who loves dinosaurs? Why not make them a pair of stegosaurus socks? They are quick to make and would be a great stocking stuffer for Christmas (which is just around the corner). I was inspired to make these because my daughter is kind of liking dinosaurs right now. I took the pics on Sunday at church and they got so many compliments on their socks! I was so focused on trying to capture the socks I didn’t get a good one of the shirts! To make some stegosaurus socks you will need:-One pair of knee high socks-At least one piece of felt, more if using different colors First start by making some stegosaurus spikes. I ended up using 5 on each sock for my daughters and 6 on each sock for the boys. Take the socks, turn them inside out, and cut right below the top down to right below the heel. Then place the spikes to see how you would like them. Then place the spikes on the inside of where you cut, making the “spiky” end pointing in. Pin each one in place.

cloth diaper wipes solution. Basic Wipes Recipe 2 tablespoons baby shampoo or wash 2 tablespoons oil (almond, olive, jojoba, something natural ) 2-4 cups hot water 2 tablespoons of aloe gel Shake will in a jar or mix with whisk and then pour over wipes quickly before oil begins to seperate. Aloe Vera Wipes Recipe 2 cups hot water 1/4 cup Aloe Vera Gel 2 drops Tea Tree Oil Mix in a jar and then pour over wipes. Anti-Fungal Baby Wipes 1 cup water 1 tablespoon vinegar 1/4 cup Aloe Vera Gel 1 tablespoon Calendula Oil 2 drops Lavender or Chamomile Oil 2 drops Tea Tree Oil or Grapefruit Seed Extract This one is great for discouraging yeast diaper rashes because the vinegar and essential oils discourage yeast growth. Essentially Oils Recipe 3 T jojoba oil 1tsp tea tree oil 1tsp chamomile oil 1tsp lavender oil 1tsp gernanium oil 3/4 cup witch hazel Mix in a spray bottle and spray wipes. Disclaimer: Best efforts have been made in the preparation of this information.

Le blog des petits pois addicts... - Page 11 - Le blog des petits pois addicts... Une série de porte carte en coton enduit pour y ranger toutes nos cartes, permis de conduire et carte d'identité. Patron maison (je peux vous proposer le patron) Coton enduit facile à réaliser bienvenue chez moi pour plus de photos Noël est déjà loin, mais il y a toujours des rennes chez moi ! Tissu lin pour le corps, coton pour le pantalon, feutrine pour les cornes et polaire pour le pull et les chaussettes, tout ça dans mes stocks. Taille de la bêbête : environ 70 cm. D'autres aventures ici : Belle journée ! petit top ... en voile noir à petit pois blanc ... pour notre été austral ! Patron maison (donc difficile de donner la difficulté!) taille : du sur-mesure mais disons un T34/36 tissu à pois de chez Mondial tissu, tissu Caméo (fleuri) de chez Bouillon de Couture. Made in Hémisphère Sud Bienvenue !!... Couverture pour une petite poupette de 3 semaines à peine !!... Patron: maison Taille du patron : la couverture fait environ 80 x 110 cm Alice

Ready,Set,Go! ~ Little Artist Backpack Svetlana from s.o.t.a.k handmade and the the kokoon shop is here today with a Little Artist Backpack for all of your art needs on the go! We think this is a fun project kids will really appreciate; you’ll like the extra organization too, on your next big trip! Learn more about Svetlana in her introduction, and be sure to comment below for your chance to a new book or magazine! Are you ready to make a Little Artist Backpack?! Supplies: ½ yard main fabric for the exterior (linen + cotton blend or decorator’s weight fabric works the best)½ yard fabric for the lining (regular quilter’s weight cotton)Medium weight fusible interfacing2 magnetic snap closures (Velcro could also be used)2 strap adjusters (or 4 D-rings) for 1” straps Step 1: Cutting Fabric and InterfacingFrom the main (exterior) fabric cut: Two 12” x 12” squares for the front and back panel of the backpackOne 6 “ x 12” rectangle for the flapOne 9” x 12” rectangle for the pocket From the lining fabric cut:*! Press all the seams open.

The Haphazard Quilt – A scrapbusting project I just can’t resist creating things out of fabric scraps! Emma was away on holidays last week so the first thing I did was dive head first into my scrap pile and start an experimental quilt. I’m fairly lazy when it comes to planning or measuring so this project was quite laissez-faire, with the possibility in the back of my mind that it could be a total fail. (I run that risk with most of my sewing!) But surprise, surprise, not a fail at all. Far from your perfect cookie cutter quilt pattern, this haphazard design somehow works in all it’s imperfectness. You will need: A big pile of fabric scraps (cotton) sorted into… - Neutrals – cut 15cm square - colours – strips of varying from 5-8cm wide matched into complementary tones Backing fabric and batting the size of your quilt top Ruler Scissors or rotary cutter pen or vanishing marker Sewing Machine General sewing supplies How to make the quilt blocks: How to assemble quilt: - Lay out your blocks, taking note of any irregular shaped blocks.

Easy Zippered Pocket Tutorial | Vanilla Joy Purses need pockets. Lots of them. Zippered pockets, slip pockets, we need them all. A zippered pocket is very easy to make and looks really sharp on the outside (or inside) of a purse. Here’s how to do it! ZIPPERED POCKET INSTRUCTIONS for a pocket measuring 10″w x 8″d with a 9″ zipper openingmust be constructed before the purse pieces are sewn together! 1. I used the fabulous new BEKKO home dec line (Michael Miller) coming out THIS MONTH! 2. 3. 4. CHECK: You should have a rectangle centered on your fabric 1″ from the top and measuring 3/8″ x 8 1/4″ 5. 6. 7. Pin in place CHECK: The pocket piece should be centered to the purse piece and 1 1/2″ below the top purse piece edge. 8. 9. 10. 11. When you reach the little short line you drew in step#10, cut into the corner of the rectangle on both sides getting as close as possible without cutting the stitches. CHECK: After cutting you should have little triangle pieces on the ends of the rectangle. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Finished front view 17. 18.

Button Cowl (Step-by-Step) | Mallory Paige If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to get updates, freebies and all sorts of goodness . Thanks for visiting! Don’t you just love accessories? Especially accessories that are cute and keep you warm? I definitely do, which is why I designed this easy, reversible cowl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. You can wear it with mostly gray showing. Or show off the patterned side. Or wear it with a bit of both showing. I’d love to see pictures of your finished cowl, so send me an email at mallory@mallorypaige.com. Foot Warmer Tutorial My feet have been {freezing} lately with the cold weather!!! My husband I came up with the idea to make a foot warmer cozy! After some trial & error (lots of error I might add), I came up with a fast & easy way to make one! I hope following this tutorial makes it easier for you to make one for yourself or as a gift (this tutorial is not intended for you to make & sell this product!)! Foot Warmer Cozy Tutorial Step 1: To make a pattern, I took some of my husbands shoes & traced around them onto some Christmas wrapping paper. Step 2: After cutting out the pattern, I rounded off the edges by using a DVD. Step 3. Step 4: I cut 3 pieces of fabric with the pattern: batting (for insulation), interior fabric (the minky material) & exterior fabric (the patterned blue fabric). Step 5: With the pattern folded in half, I cut two pieces of fabric (interior & exterior). Step 6: Take the "halfsies" and pin them together right side together at the straight edge. NOTE: This Foot Warmer Cozy is reversible!

Recessed Zipper How-To I've had a few questions about how to install a recessed zipper closure on a handbag. This has to be the longest tutorial written in the history of tutorials! I did my best to explain, but please let me know if anything is unclear. You Will Need: - (1) 14" zipper- (2) 15.5" x 2.5" inside upper fabric- (2) 15.5" x 16" inside lower fabric (I demonstrate using my own pattern, feel free to experiment!) * If you use your own tote pattern, be sure to alter your lining pattern to account for the extra fabric above the zipper - you want your outer and inner pieces to match after you install the zipper. 1. 2. Lift the presser foot and pull the zipper to the other side of the foot. Back stitch at the beginning and end, by the zipper stops. 3. 4. 5. Center the 2nd top strip along the zipper and sew. Place last bare side of zipper face down on last lining piece and sew. 6. 7. 8. You should be getting an idea of your finished bag! 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. I hope that made sense!

Tutorial: Tiny Tin Bedroom I have talked about a little project I worked on. Where were we? Yeap, I had this really cute tin from the candy store, and I added pom-poms... The inside, I made it into a tiny bedroom for a cute little girl. Today, I will share a quick tutorial with you. Make a custom Kindle cover Interested in making and selling Kindle covers using our design and pattern? E-mail chicaandjo@chicaandjo.com to learn about becoming an authorized seller. If you’re a fan of reading, you’re probably a fan of the Kindle, Amazon’s awesome wireless reading device. Like any good electronic device that you’ve invested money in, you’ll want to protect your Kindle with a cover. Tall order, right? So that’s just what I did. But first, a word about Kindle models, sizes, and other devices… Amazon has been through several versions of the Kindle, including the original Kindle 1 (no longer available), the Kindle 2, and the Kindle 3G. Once you know what device you have, you need to pick between two methods for holding the device in your case. HAVE ANOTHER DEVICE? WANT AN IPAD COVER? Now you just HAVE to have one, right? You’ll need about a half a yard of fabric. You’ll also need some 1/2″ wide elastic. Several readers have given us some great ideas for alternatives to white elastic.

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