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Vintage Sewing Patterns

Vintage Sewing Patterns

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A Beginner’s Guide to AI/ML – Machine Learning for Humans – Medium [Update 9/2/17] This series is now available as a full-length e-book! Download here. For inquiries, please contact Roadmap Essential Oil Perfume Recipes I don’t think I’ve ever found the perfect perfume. Usually, by the time I’ve exhausted my capacity to sniff little strips of cardboard, my nose is so overwhelmed I have no idea whether my decision to hand over so much money is the right one. I like some scents more than others (fresh and light over musky) but there’s never been one that stands out, one that I feel is just right. DMC New Colour codes for PCStitch – MadXStitcher The other day, I noticed that the “new” floss colours DMC released in 2013 aren’t actually mapped to PCStitch. So I spent a few hours picking the colours out and mapping them to PCStitch. Here are the RGB values so you can add them as well. Like this: Like Loading...

How to Resize a Pattern No matter how well designed a pattern may be, it cannot fit each individual perfectly. Each human body has its own quirks, and each person has different fitting needs. You may find that you need to enlarge a pattern beyond the sizes available on the sheet, or you might need to shrink it. Perhaps you would like to reduce a woman’s pattern to fit a little girl. Or maybe you found an out-of-print pattern you’d love to make … but the sizes are too small for you. Anything is possible once you know how to resize a pattern!

Meijo's Joy: DIY - Bias Tape Maker Hi! This post is to share my recent discovery when I came across a bias tape maker in Susie Can Stitch. I''m still learning to sew and seeing the cute little bias tape maker she have...make me want to have one too!... An indie guide to releasing your music Digital [Overview | Mastering | Distro | Bandcamp | Publishing, Licensing, Copyrights] | Overview With a budget of a few hundred dollars...

RosMadeMe: Making a Spectacle - Glasses Case Tutorial I found some fabulous bias binding in my local shop and just had to have it... floral bias binding is the future! Then what could I make from it... well, the answer was in my handbag, my reading glasses case was looking a little the worse for wear, also it was black and I could never find it in the bottom of my handbag to say nothing of the suitcase which held my sunglasses which was almost as big as my handbag... so I was off an running. What I need is a simple quilted speccy case! You will need2 pieces of cotton fabric1 piece of waddingSewing cottonPinsCutting mat, Rotary wheel and Ruler or Dress making scissorsSewing machineIron and Ironing boardSmall drinking glassScraps of contrasting fabric if you decide to applique Iron your fabric and cut out two pieces of fabric 8"x 8" If you have larger sunglasses or are making the case for Dame Edna then you will need to increase the size a little.

15 Hand Embroidery Stitches for Beginners - Learn Step By Step Embroidery Designs Are you fond of Art and crafts? Do embroidery stitches excite you? Then this post is for you to learn a lot from. We all love embroidery, and it is not that difficult to create these beautiful images with thread. Practicing a little with a sincere dose of patience can work magic in developing your skills for the art. Design and Sew an A-Line Skirt: An Online Sewing Class on Craftsy Class Description An accomplished author, Deborah Moebes guides you through designing an a-line skirt tailored to your exact measurements and sewing your garment in a style that equally suits you. Gain an understanding of ease, dart design and pocket creation, while learning techniques to create skirt volume and support. You'll also want to take plenty of video notes in this information-rich course as Deborah shows you multiple variations on this classic look. Don’t walk the line of skirt patterning; create your own by enrolling today in Design & Sew an A-Line Skirt!

Meijo's Joy: Pringles Tube to Rotatable Layered Storage Box Hi! Yup, it's another upcycled project from the stuff most people will throw into the trash can. Recently I saw a lovely project done by my blog friend - Creative Mind. Inspired by Khadija's project, I created this rotatable layered storage box.