Petite robe rouge Tutoriel Infinity February 14, 2011 I’m always searching for a beautiful, well-fitting, versatile dress, and I finally found it. In fact, I MADE it. The infinity dress has got it all! You can wear this amazing dress basically any way you feel comfortable–and it can look like a new dress each time! I made my infinity dress in about 3 hours and for under $20! Affichage Bijoux bricolage avec Lulu Frost - Honnêtement WTF Yesterday, I stopped by the Lulu Frost studio for an exciting DIY session with the lovely Lisa Salzer and her crafty team. We had been chatting for weeks about finding creative ways to display and store jewelry – a problem we all seemed to struggle with. So after sorting through Lisa’s wide ranging collection of antique hardware, we were inspired to find a way to show off not only her found treasures but also our favorite Lulu Frost jewels. You’ll need: Start by taking a sheet of wood to a lumber yard or hardware store to have cut to fit the inside of the picture frame.
snow white costume Use a long stitch and gather the top of the skirt With right sides together sew top to skirt Puffed sleeve: Little boxy pouch tutorial « three bears My latest favourite thing to make, little boxy pouches. It took me almost an entire morning, lots of paper and sellotape and countless cups of tea to figure this out. I’m here to save you the bother. tutorial: how to sew a simple maxi dress The Plan. Fabric. You will be making a maxi dress so buy fabric accordingly.
Fabric Storage Boxes (per your request Okay, the fabric storage box tutorial is here. (Sorry for the little tease last friday and no actual tutorial. We were trying to get on the road for our trip to ID…..so things got crazy last week. But we’re here. And safe. And enjoying Idaho. Tinker Bell Costume Halloween is fast approaching…..and I needed to hurry and create something sweet for my little kiddos. I have been looking forward to costumes, candy, imagination, and excitement since last year. And of course, I wanted my little munchkins to match…..well, sort of.
Paper Gift Bag Tutorial Hello Sandwiches! With the festive season coming up I thought I'd share a tutorial from the Hello Sandwich Gift Wrapping Zine. It's a simple way to turn wrapping paper, kraft paper or even a pre-loved envelope into an original paper gift bag. 1. Take a sheet of paper or wrapping paper approximately double the size that you desire your bag and fold it in half horizontally. 2. Make a One-Hour Dress May 31st, 2013 Email 287 users recommend This dress is so quick to sew, you’ll find yourself making more than one. It would also look great in a metallic knit for a special occasion. Jack Deustch mail organizer tutorial To kick off Spice up your Kitchen, I figured I should start things off with a tutorial to help you get organized. You know all that mail that piles up on your kitchen counters? Come on, fess up. Well mine was finally driving me crazy enough to do something about it. Inspired by this letter bin, I came up with a fun fabric version. Now you can coordinate it with your kitchen.
The Crafty Cupboard: Slim Stash: The Resident RN- Old School Style I scored an older Sesame Street Doctor Set the other day at a thrift store, and my munchkin has been taking everyone’s temperature and blood pressure since. I decided it was time for a little addition to the dress-up collection we have going on at our place. And I thought I’d share, although the instructions are… pretty pathetic. Pieces to cut:SkirtTopTiesNeck strapPocket I started with a scrap piece of blue cotton fabric. The Selfish Seamstress Who loves free patterns? Everyone loves free patterns! On this page, you can download patterns I have created for your own personal use at no cost. Please note the copyright on these patterns – YOU MAY NOT claim these patterns as your own, sell them, redistribute them or use them for any commercial purposes. If you display work that you have created using them online or otherwise, I would request the courtesy of crediting me for the design and linking to this page if applicable.
modkid boutique Asian-inspired shirt and dress sewing pattern Sizes 2T, 3T, 4T, 5T, 6 and 7 Chic and sophisticated with an Asian-flair, Kyoko will soon become a favorite in your child’s wardrobe. It features a criss-cross bodice with two sleeve length options and a very full attached stripwork skirt in two lengths. Kyoko has a loose-fitting style so there’s no need for buttons, zippers or snaps.