Homemade Sanitary PadsIn the article Food Storage Basics: Step 4 — Non-Food Items I explained the importance of storing non-food items as part of your emergency essentials. However the ultimate long-term solution is learning the skills to be self-reliant. That way you’re not dependent upon your supplies. For example, a very important part of many women’s monthly routine is the use sanitary pads.
T-Shirt UnderwearI know you've got them, lurking in drawers, the back of the closet, in the "giveaway" pile: those T-shirts that are, for various reasons, both unwearable and indispensable. They are too small, too big, too short, have a stain, a hole, or some other flaw, and yet you cannot bear to part with them. I took my old t-shirts and gave them new life. They were reincarnated as underwear.
rostitchery: convertible/infinity dress(this post was originally published on 29 june, 2006, with the title "one seam convertible dress".) have a question? please visit the convertible dress FAQ's. have you made a convertible dress? do you want to see other convertible dresses, share ideas on how to make them, and find ways to make your convertible dress even better?Girl's Bandana DressThe awesome feature of using bandanas in your sewing is; they are already hemmed for you! I took advantage of those hems and put together a quick and easy dress for my toddler to wear for St. Patrick’s Day. Using elastic thread gives it a lot of elasticity, so I’m sure an older girl could use it as a top instead!70 Free Lingerie Sewing Patterns70 Free Lingerie Sewing Patterns Posted on | November 12, 2009 | 12 Comments Free lingerie sewing patterns are hard to find on the internet. While free skirt patterns and tote patterns abound, free lingerie sewing patterns require sifting through hundreds of sites to locate.
Rustybobn Sews PantiesRustybobn Sews Panties Come On! You know you want to!how to sew a drawstring halter dressThis was the dress I made when I got the spools of thread from my lovely friends. I used: 1) About 2 meters of gray fabric. It’s a fabric used for office uniforms. 2) Matching thread. 3) Floral scraps from an old pair of pajamas. 1) Take body measurements (chest, bust, length, waist, hips) and divide by four. Add several inches depending on how you want the dress to fit. Cut fabric, using the pattern below.
le sac de deux Taie d'oreiller - un TutorielGot a linen closet full of pillowcases? If you can spare two pillowcases, here is a tutorial for a free reusable shopping bag: One pillowcase will form the outside, and the other will be the lining. Lay both pillowcases flat and cut out the pattern below.