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Mirage antique ou le col bénitier facile

Mirage antique ou le col bénitier facile

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A Better Marker Pouch I made more marker pouches this past fortnight. First, a peek into our handmade past. It was well-loved and much-used, but it was never any good, to be honest. Casserole Carrier in Simple Marks for Moda Fabrics Which dish are you in charge of for this year's holiday celebrations? Will you be whipping up Nana's famous lasagna or maybe a warm pan of apple-cranberry crisp? If your culinary talents are on-the-go this season, you need a carrier that can keep your special dish toasty on the car ride there. Our wrap-it-up design includes a handy loop to clip a pot holder and an inside pocket for a serving utensil. It would make a wonderful combo-gift for the foodies on your list. Make the pretty carrier, then wrap up a new baking pan you've filled with a homemade holiday treat!

Series 7 - Ornament-ED Finale: Heart House Ornament I have been feeling some feelings lately. Like, feelings of well-being. Like, spontaneous-breaking-into-song-and-general-wonderfulness-type feelings. I know... simple "azuma bukuro bag" tutorial A whole days ago, I received a email from one of my customer if I could sell this pattern or not.I have been thinking to make the pattern and tutorial for some time.To make the bag is not difficult, if you have sewing experience.So here is the result tutorial!! (This is the tutorial in English! This is not easy for me. It makes me crazy!!) Pointe de Col Parfaite "Secret" in this case meaning that after all these years I am finally sharing one of the ways I achieve "As close to perfect as possible" Collar Points on the shirts that I design and sew for my clients. (Extreme close-up of a Collar point) This amazingly simple Collar Point technique is used by many Custom Shirtmakers all over the world.

BEACH WRAP FAQ and a Giveaway! *PLEASE do not post the patterns/ info graphics to Pinterest :)* This post is so long overdue. Over the last year, I've received *hundreds* of emails asking questions about how to make the beach wrap. And comments. Tutorial: Lunch Bag Thank you for encouraging me to write up a tute on this lunch (bento box) bag! I really like this bag pattern because this bag, measuring approximately 9"(width) x 7 1/2"(hight w/o handles) x 5 1/2" (depth), can be used not only for bento boxes of any kind but also for carrying little crafty projects like yarn + needles. It has a cover inside that can give nice privacy for whatever in there and the cover can also prevent it from getting dusty in a windy day.

Feather Extension Headband How to Make a Feather Extension Headband Feather extensions and earrings are all the rage right now {especially peacock feathers}. Very bohemian, very awesome. So rather than create earrings or a clip in extension, I thought about attaching the feathers to a subtle headband. Versatile Sofa With Storage Is Made From Recycled Wooden Pallets Aparte/via Reused wooden pallets are popping up in designs everywhere nowadays, but there's debate as to whether they're "palletable" or not. It's a tricky subject, but with this clean-looking two-seater, French firm Aparte has a simple solution: paint it black and voilà, recycled chic.

Drafting and Sewing Leggings // Stretch Yourself This series is sponsored by Baby Lock. For over 40 years, Baby Lock has been dedicated to the love of sewing by creating machines for sewing, embroidery, quilting and serging – all with ease-of-use, high quality and a touch of elegance. I’ve always loved sewing with knits, but recently I’ve developed an even greater obsession with it because of leggings. I’ve never had a problem finding leggings that fit (they’re all so stretchy most everyone can find the right size). What I have really enjoyed is making leggings in different colors, prints, and materials than are available in stores! The process of drafting your own to measurements is really quite easy, and once you have the pattern piece made, watch out, because you might become addicted to making your own leggings!

ikat sac: faire un sac: Epilogue Last chapter in the epic Make A Bag series! And by "epic", I don't mean "longer than is sane", although that may be true, too. I mean "extolling her heroic attempts to write posts about fabric sacks while the rest of the house fell apart around her and everyone ate takeout pizza and oh, while she was also packing the entire family's summer wardrobe and enough gifts for half the civilized world in preparation for her trip to Singapore to see family, where she's now been soaking up the sun for the past 8 days already but nobody knew because she didn't even have the time to blog about it." Yep - epic. So... let's finish off with some questions that I think you might have. I like trying to read your minds because it reminds me of when I was a teacher and some of my lessons produced more glazed eyes than usual.

Hair Jewels project We’ve seen them in all megazines, ahead of all the celebrities. This winter you will not give in to hair jewelry. Here is what I created, let me know if you like it! Li vediamo in tutti i megazine, in testa a tutte le celebrity. A. J. Ayer – ‘What I Saw When I Was Dead’ - Great British atheist philosopher A. J. Ayer (1910 – 1989) recounts his extraordinary near death experience in an article for The Sunday Telegraph (28th August 1988), reflecting upon its possible implications. That Undiscovered Country/What I Saw When I Was Dead A. J.

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