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June Bug dress remix tutorial-part 1. English version I finally managed to finish the tutorial! For those that were waiting for it, thanks for your patience. Here it is! Before reading this tutorial: please, notice english is a foreign language for me. FlatBox-LunchBox - Folds Out to a Placemat by Rita Floyd-Vester FlatBox-LunchBox is a washable, heat resistant food carrying container that converts into a placemat to provide a clean surface with each use. My name is Rita. I have been a teacher for 10 years and have 3 children as well. Cosmetic Bag - Siv Jane Aksdal's blog A first for me, I made up this little cosmetic bag and decided to try my hand at drafting a pattern for you. It is my first time doing this so I hope it will work out ok. The cosmetics bag is made from linen and lined in cotton. The linen I used actually came from IKEA.

Made By Marzipan First we’ll cut the inner fabric pieces. This is what will show when your case is opened. All pieces will be cut to the same width: measure the Width of your device and add 1 inch. Ruffle Tote Bag Tutorial I started out to make this bag thinking it would be cute but not something I would carry around myself. I was really just doing it as a project option for Week 5 of the Learn to Sew series. But now that it’s done I am in love and I think I just might keep it for myself. If you have a daughter I think it would be fantastic as a little dance bag or you could use it yourself for a library bag. 40+ Free Apron Patterns & Tutorials [Updated 2012] Whether you’re looking for something frilly, fancy or just plain practical, this apron collection has you covered! I’ve handpicked dozens of free patterns from around the web and organized them here in one handy spot for you to browse through. You’ll find simple, easy designs that are ideal for beginner sewers as well as more advanced projects suitable for those with more experience.

DIY Sunprint emballage My go-to DIY seems to perpetually be a tote bag. Once you’ve got the basic technique down, you can churn one out in less than an hour. I’m always looking for an excuse to make one, and I get most excited when I can add a simple twist to make it into something totally new and different. In this case, a tried and true sewing technique plus an innovative product makes for a one-of-a-kind but decidedly utilitarian garden tote. Super cool light-sensitive dye lets me create my own, unique sunprinted textile with clippings from right outside my door, and using a box pleat-like technique, I create roomy pockets perfect for holding all kinds of gardening tools.

Gray-and-Orange Pocket Bag What You Need: 1/2 yard each of 54-inch-wide gray and orange imitation suede fabric 1-1/3 yards of Timtex interlining fabric Orange sewing thread General Tote Instructions DIY Arm Knitting Scarf (Video) Winter is coming and a lot of us are wondering what we will do to wear in order to be fashionable and protect ourselves from the cold at the same time. If you weren’t a DIY enthusiast until now, you will change your allegiance after you see this cute and useful project. We present the Knitted Scarf which will save you from a nasty sore throat during this cold season. With an accessory like this you will not just be warm but also look trendy. And this isn’t the only impressive thing about the scarf. Wallet-to-Tote On the Go ~ Tutorial Lorraine from ikat bag is a favorite around here… She has tons of fun tutorials on her blog and she’s joined us before with this wonderful Back to School Pencil Case tutorial. Today Lorraine shares a tutorial for a new summer essential, the On the Go Wallet-to-Tote! Construction includes three main parts: Assembling the Wallet, Assembling the Outer Bag and Making the Lining. The tote zips into a convenient wallet in this unique and handy design. From Lorraine: Hello, Everyone.

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