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La pochette hexagonale - tuto - La souris à plumes

La pochette hexagonale - tuto - La souris à plumes

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Let's Make Dumplings! Free Zip Pouch Tutorial. - {michellepatterns.com} Ok, are you ready to make dumplings??? These cute little pouches don't take long to make, and the construction is pretty basic. But keep in mind the zipper is attached to a steep curve, so these are a sewing project for those with intermediate sewing skills and confidence with zippers.

PatternPile.com - Sewing and Quilting Patterns Sponsored: BagmakerSupply - Beautiful, Affordable, Hard-to-Find Handbag Hardware Zippers for Bags Strapworks.com - Any strap, any length, any color By: Leila for Marie Claire This handbag is not for beginners as it is just a little more complex. Halloween 2014: Lala Lucy and Lil Squirt I know. Halloween is so two weeks ago. BUT….I must share the girls costumes with you! Because they’re so much fun! And if by chance you have a LalaLoopsy loving girl at your house, you can tuck this post away till Halloween rolls around again. Okay. Recycled T-shirt - Dogs Tugga Toy This home made dog toy is perfect for tug of war games or fetch. It is so simple to make that even kids can put it together. It is a great project for fetes and fundraisers too. What you need

DIY STUDDED CAPE 22nd February 2013 For those of you who were in the ‘this is ridiculous’ camp on the subject of wearing your jacket as a cape, today I bring you… cape as cape! And for that matter, DIYed. For those lovely people out there who bought my book, you’ll recognise this as a different take on the DIY Blanket Cape within its pages. When I was designing the projects to go into my book I wanted to make sure they were endlessly versatile and adaptable so you could update your wardrobe with DIY when the seasons or trends change – the cape project is the perfect example. things I've learned about making bags I am by no means a professional when it comes to making bags, and I'd encourage anyone who wants to get to that level to go and learn a thing or two from the bag lady herself, who blogs a lot of great tips, sells really detailed and instructive bag patterns and runs the occasional workshop. For the rest of you, the ones who aren't expecting schmick, but want to be able to make a bag that works, that doesn't fall apart or otherwise behave in ways you wish it didn't, here's a few things I've learned the long way round. There's also a few tutorials over there in my sidebar you might find helpful too.

Fabric Gift Bag Tutorial ~ DIY Tutorial Ideas! Drawstring Bag Tutorial, Gift Bags. Idea Drawstring Pouch. Pattern + DIY in Pictures.Сумочка-кисет со шнурком. VIDEOS Do you love our detailed tutorials? Then welcome to our new show—MADE Everyday, with Dana!…where it all comes to life. We’re going to help you make everyday items you’ll love and use. Because life is busy…for all of us.

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