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Free Skirt Patterns–Crafter’s Journey Buy this domain The owner of is offering it for sale for an asking price of 300 EUR! Popular Categories Finance Shopping Lifestyle Games Internet Travel Electronics Computers Jobs Entertainment Gifts Dating This page provided to the domain owner free by Sedo's Domain Parking. measurements for flea market fancy quilt edit...after further calculations, I changed the yardage requirement for the sashing fabric from 2 1/3 to 2 3/4 yards. (see below.) First off, I'd like to thank Alissa for her inspiration AND her willingness to let me share this pattern with all of you. Here are the measurements I used for my flea market fancy quilt top.... cut a 5" inch square for the center of the block. you will need 20. cut 2 rectangles 3.5" x 5" and 2 rectangles 3.5" x 11". assemble the block with a 1/4" seam allowance. each 1/4 yard (I used 1/4 yards, not fat quarters for this, but FQ's would work, too) will yield enough pieces to border 2 blocks. you will need 10 quarter yards for the outsides of the blocks. make 20 blocks. for the sashing: I used bleached muslin. you will need 2 3/4 yards. first, cut 2 border pieces 5" x 80 1/2" (cut this lengthwise, not selvage to selvage, to avoid seams). set this aside for your final borders. cut 6 border/sashing pieces 5" x 56". cut 15 sashing pieces 5" x 11". Assemble your quilt top.

Home Sewing Projects Posted on | April 24, 2013 | 2 Comments I’ve had a lot of fun updating this page. It was first posted in 2008 and a lot of what was new and stylish then, became outdated over the years. In addition, my own taste has changed over the years, and has become a lot less fussy. So, if you’re looking for a clean and modern aesthetic, you’ll find it here. Home sewing projects allow you to coordinate your entire decor for just the cost of a yard or two of fabric. For example, my bathroom in my house in Baltimore had pink, white and black tiles. The projects listed below are some of my favorites. Read More : Sewing or Home Comments Christmas Table Topper 2 crazy eight charm packs {you’ll need 81 charms total.} 2 yards white bella solids 2 yards backing 1/2 yard binding lay out 9 different charms that you like together. {don’t forget to throw in some contrast!!!} sew the 1st row. pressing seams to the right. sew the 2nd row. pressing seams to the left. and then sew the 3rd row. pressing seams to the right again. {this will ensure perfect seams.} join row 1 & row 2. press. join rows 1 & 2 with row 3. press again. congratulations…you have a completed 9-patch block!!! make sure that your block is nice and square. spray your block with a light spray starch {like magic sizing} & press. then cut your block in half longways. cut in half tallways. sew the top 2 sections together. press seam to the right. sew the bottom 2 sections together. press seam to the left. sew top and bottom together and press. give yourself a pat on the back!!! now rinse and repeat to make 8 more of these bad boys. you will rinse and repeat to make 2 more of these rows.

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30 Collections of Ornate Patterns and Textures Patterns vary from a simple repetition of shapes to a more complex blend of colors and designs. Textures in the other hand are often visual features of objects like rocks, wood, leaf, etc. Today, patterns and textures are used by designers to make their websites more attractive and eye-catching to their viewers. Bloggers must see to it they have a splendid design for their website so that it will attract more viewers/readers, otherwise the blog will become dull and boring. Today we will be showcasing collections of Ornate Patterns and Textures. We have gathered 30 ornament-inspired patterns that will suite your designs and websites well. You may want to take a look at the following related articles: • Ultimate Collection of Fire Effect Tutorials, Brushes and Textures • 60+ Totally Free Rusted Metal Textures for Designers • Ultimate Collection of Smoke Effect Tutorials,Brushes and Textures Floral Texture Download Source Royal Pajamas Download Source Cellar Heat Download Source Red Floral Pattern

The Updated 2010 Ultimate Make-it-Yourself, DIY, Sewing Summer Guide! Summer is absolutely upon us. We have decided to give you the ultimate backyard fun and beach guide. Sew and craft up all of these projects to create your perfect summer! Swim SuitsWhether lounging by the pool or playing in the sand, these suits are what you need for the hot summer months. - Alison bathing suit - Jessica bathing suit - Andre - Cindy - Navy polka dot bikini Beach Cover-UpsMake one of these for traveling around or just lazing about. - Tiered Maxi Dress - A-line tunic dress - Bambi - Bermuda Shorts - Summer Beach Hat - Harem Trousers w/ Side Tie - Elinor cover-up - Terry Cloth Beach Cover-Up - Stretch shorts for her - Desira - Shirt dress - Tara A Summer Night OutRock these looks till the break of dawn - Tie Skirt - Slouchy Jersey Dress- - Jumpsuit - Kimono tee - Theresa Dress Backyard GamesThese fun (and cheap!) - Balloon Dart Game - Bean Bag Toss Game - Bean Bag Toss Game 2 - Sturdy handmade kite - Quick handmade kite Summer Accessory Happy 4th of July, Everyone!

Epic How-To: Make a 3-D Plush Pattern from a 2-D Drawing ... I’ve made some 2-D plush monsters in the past. They can have a lot of character (like Aristocrates here and his little buddy Protegé). They’re also the best place to start if you are new to making plush. This, however, is not a 2-D plush tutorial, and it is not well suited to sewing beginners. Materials: paper or cardstockcushion foamstraight pinssafety pins (optional)X-acto knifefabric gluepaper scissorsfabric scissorsfabric marking penpencilballpoint pen (optional)fabric similar to what you will use on your finished plush toysseam ripper (not pictured)chopstick (optional) When the good folks over at Neon Monster approached me about designing a plush version of their logo monster, Mitch, 2-D was not going to cut it. Since Mitch has never existed in 3-D, and all I had was this single three-quarter view of him, I needed to start with an intermediate 2-D step, an orthographic projection. Step 1: Orthographic Drawings When you’ve got your sketches looking just right, cut them out. Step 7: Test

Wide Headband Cotton voile headband measuring 3.5" (89 mm) wide by 15.5" (39 cm) long with covered elastic measuring 0.5" (13 mm) wide by 4" (10 cm) long. Materials Woven fabric, like lightweight cotton or silk0.5" (13 mm) wide elastic–you’ll need a length of about 4.5" (11 cm), but you can wait to cut it until the fitting stageSafety pin or loop turner Instructions Measuring and Cutting Main Piece: Cut 1 rectangle from your fabric as shown in Diagram 1. Note: Any grainline orientation should be fine, but laying the long sides of the rectangles crosswise (i.e., perpendicular to the selvage) will use the least fabric yardage. Diagram 1 Sewing Fold the short sides of the main piece in half with right sides together and, using a 0.25" (6 mm) seam allowance, sew the long raw edges together to create a tube as shown in Diagram 2. Diagram 2 Turn the main piece right side out and press so that the seam is positioned at center back (CB). Diagram 3 Diagram 4 Diagram 5

Yo-Yo Placemat and Yo-Yo Circles Yo Yo Placemat How to Make a Scrappy Yo-Yo Placemat by Lesley Dietschy Create these charming placemats for your dining room or kitchen table using handmade Yo-Yos. Placemat Dimensions: 12″ wide x 18″ long (approx.) 54 Yo-Yo’s needed to make one placemat Supplies: 4 inch circle template (cut from plastic or cardboard)100% cotton fabric scrapstracing pen or pencil designed for marking on fabricsquilting threadinvisible threadhand sewing needlescissorsthimble Craft Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Tips: Make sure to use a strong quilting thread. Start the first stitch underneath the folded edge to hide double knot. Put Your Skills to Use: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Variations: Yo Yo Mat Try using smaller circle templates which will make smaller yo-yos. Arrange yo-yos in different designs. i.e. create a square within a square look simply by using 3 colors. It is not recommended to use these decorative placemats for everyday dining.