Free Clothes Patterns : Posted on | October 9, 2008 | 7 Comments I originally became interested in patternless sewing, many years ago, because I had a hard time finding patterns in my size. Nowadays, patterns in large sizes abound. Nonetheless, I still love my pattern free sewing. These patterns generally of three types. pattern drafting You need 1 18″ reversible nylon closed zipper2.5 yds. of shell fabric, 60″ wide1.5 yds. of liner fabric, 60″ wideCoordinating thread1 roll of kraft paper or pattern-making papper1 tracing wheel On a sheet of kraft paper, draw a straight line about 2″ from the edge along the length.
Free Sewing Patterns The Stitching Scientist Free Sewing Patterns Free Sewing Patterns Here are some free patterns I have created and featured on the blog. These patterns are for personal use only. Please link back to The Stitching Scientist if you mention or share the pattern. No Sew, One Shoulder Shirt. DIY I wanted a one shoulder shirt to wear out Saturday night but I couldn't find one that fit, So I decided to make my own and no sewing required. Tutorial Things you need. Mens Tee- Shirt* I used a Extra large mens Tee-shirt.ScissorsChalk How to determine the size tee-shirt you need Large mens tee-shirt for a small build Extra large mens tee-shirt for a medium build XXL mens tee- shirt for a large build
How to Make Clothing Buttons from Shrink Plastic… This tutorial is an old one of mine that’s too good not to share again. Since posting the first time, I’ve had lots of questions about these buttons which will hopefully be answered in this revised post. Equipment Some handy notes: Free Skirt Sewing Patterns - over 100 Introducing an EPIC list of free skirt sewing patterns. I KNOW you all love free patterns – its the most searched for area of my site. And you LOVE the Pinterest Group Board where you all share your favorite free sewing patterns. And the Free Dress Patterns List was the biggest traffic generator on the site for weeks after it was published.
The promised tutorial Here it is! This is another of my tutorials for knits, for which you need to use an existing fitted t-shirt pattern as a base. I think most people will have one or more of those in pattern stash, and if you don't, you can always go and get Burdastyle's Lydia. I'm using my knit sloper, which has more waist shaping than Lydia. Interview with Holly McQuillan Zero-Waste Designer Traditional sustainable fashion typically follows traditional production methods where 15% of the fabric is wasted in the cutting process. Zero-waste fashion attempts to eliminate this excess waste that generated from the cutting process creating even more sustainable fashion. Designer, Holly McQuillan is on the cutting edge of the zero-waste movement changing the shape of sustainable fashion! Q – Tell us about your background? When did you begin your love affair with fashion?