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I thought I’d share with you how to make my fabric scrap “basket”. It’s VERY simple. I whipped out another two baskets in no time at all. Now I have all of my smaller scraps organized into small, medium and large groupings. Did I even mention I’m a Capricorn and like to be organized to a fault? Directions 1. 2. **I like my interior to fit and not be so rumpled from too much fabric, so this is why I cut my interior slightly smaller. 3. If you are using fusible interfacing I suggest fusing that to your fabric before cutting. 4. Note: You could also just cut a 4-1/2” squares individually out of each corner, it just goes a bit faster folding and cutting all at once. 5. 6. 7. Note: By “right sides together” I mean to have the fabric facing out on your exterior piece, and the fabric facing in on your interior piece. 8. 9. I suggest you start with a pin in the center, and then half way between that and your edge seam, as shown in the second picture above. 10. 11. 12. 13. And you’re done! Related:  magaliarnaudcalloisSewing

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Denim Gadget Case This got featured on Gizmodo !! Click here to see it Over the summer holidays i've been doing a lot of stuff, and like a real man, i wore jeans. However the things i do are so awesome the jeans couldn't take it any more and big holes apeared at the knees. Usually this would be fine and i would just keep wearing them, but for some bizarre reason all the silly kids think its cool to wear pre-ripped jeans, so not wanting to look like lesser men i went out and bought some new man-jeans. So i decided to put my old jeans to a good use and make an iPod case, i wanted to keep the coolest part about jeans which is the leather label on the waistband. Why you should make one now: ToughDurableAwesomeManlyHas a built in belt loopSchool is starting, you need a case.You can modify the sizing for any gadget you want ! Check out the pictures below, it looks awesome and you wont find a manlier case until you make one out of stone (or fire)

Créations et Savoir-faire et Marie-Claire Idées : Bienvenue sur le site du salon du loisir créatif ! Au Fil du Temps Threading My Way: Denim Fabric Baskets Tutorial... A few days ago, I showed you these fabric baskets that I had made using the legs of an old pair of jeans. They are just so quick and easy to make. Here's the how to, so you can make your own denim fabric baskets using pre-loved jeans. Materials: Choose a section of the leg of the jeans where the top and bottom of your cut piece are the same width. If your jeans are shaped and you cannot get a piece that is the same width top and bottom, you will need to unpick one seam and cut the fabric. The instructions are for jeans that can be used without the need to unpick the seams. Small basket: 1 piece 7.5 inches x 8 inches - jeans leg for the outside of the bag2 pieces 8 inches x 8 inches - contrast colour for the lining2 pieces 8 inches x 8 inches - interfacing Medium basket: 1 piece 8 inches x 8.5 inches - jeans leg for the outside of the bag2 pieces 8.5 inches x 8 inches - contrast colour for the lining2 pieces 8.5 inches x 8 inches - interfacing Large basket: Instructions: Sewing the lining: ...

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