20 garçons + Vêtements Tutoriels! The boys clothes is probably my biggest challenge… there just isn’t a out there! So the tutorials I am sharing are a mixture of how to make your own patterns (mostly from store bought) and recycle or ‘upcycle’ from existing clothing. Anyways I hope that someone can get some use out of these because I know that boy patterns & tutorials are few & far between! If you have a tutorial for boys clothes that you would like to share that is not on my list please feel free to post it in your comment.
knotted jersey headband tutorial hey there LOVE STITCHED PEEPS!! it’s LESLIE from LITTLE MOOKIE back again with another fun tutorial, and while i’m a sewing contributor here, sometimes the best sewing tutes are the ones that involve ZERO SEWING! am i right? (tell me i’m right, mkay?) i’ve always wanted to learn how to tie celtic-ish style knots and this one was super cute so i started searching around for a tutorial and found this one. she used long crochet chains but i don’t crochet. so i figured, why not UPCYCLE something? How to make a reversible journal cover Part 1: Measuring 1) Measure the height of your journal. Add 2cm. We will refer to this measurement as "H". 2) Whilst closed, measure around your journal, from the outside edge of the front cover, around the spine to the outside edge of the back cover. Add 2cm.
Patron Gratuit & Tutoriel au CraftPassion.com - Partie 7 How To Sew Sock Monkey Gosh… I am supposed to sew some thing for the Earth Month this April, but I can’t wait to sew these sock monkeys. My hands simply took over my head and see what I did after a few days and nights of sewing…. a house full of sock monkeys!!!! introducing my new Show! — MADE Everyday, with Dana I’ve been keeping a big secret for a while now…… I have a new show! Yes! A sewing, DIY, step-by-step, video-with-episodes kind of show! Le weekender concepteur Week-end « Featured: Lex Trip Bag So this weekend will have you jetting off to the coast for sun & surf? For a weekend excursion you need a quick trip bag. Forget the luggage (too bulky); you need a versatile tote made specifically to carry all your belongings from wallet to swimtrunks for a quick weekend getaway. Here is a fun choice in a cotton waxcloth outer with leatherette base and trim, perfect for the do-it-yourselfer, similar to the Lex Trip Bag from PROPERTY OF.
DIY: Pyramid Wrist Bag Holiday parties all around and you really don't want to be carrying a large handbag that makes it difficult to dance or has you worrying about keeping an eye on it when you leave it aside. That is why I love wristlets! Spacious enough to carry your necessities and small enough to keep it around your wrist at all times. My friend Kostas over at Milloo handbags was kind enough to put together this Pyramid Wrist Bag tutorial so we can all make out own little party wristlets :) This wristlet measures approx 18cm/7'' so adjust your leather size accordingly if you want a smaller or larger version. Rice Heating Bag and Removable Cover Here's a nother tutorial re-post: a rice heating bag and removable cover. Just warm it in the microwave to help relax those aching shoulder muscles. For the removable cover, you'll need: One 12.5"x12.5" (unfinished) quilt block (we used the Sunshine block)One 12.5"x12.5" piece of cotton fabric (for lining)
sewing 101: zippered throw pillows Next up in our learn-to-sew series: throw pillows! Throw pillows are another fantastic way to incorporate cute textiles and DIY flair into your home without a great investment of time or money. If you’ve ever gone into a fabric store and wanted to buy everything because it’s just all so gorgeous, then pillows are a great way to put those fabrics to work in your decor. Ruffle Flower Scarf I took a couple of my favorite projects and combined them into something for me. After all that creating over Christmas for other people, it was fun to make something for myself. Not that I don't enjoy creating for others, of course. I'm sure you know what I mean. I sewed two long strips of white knit fabric together, one on top of the other, using the method from my tiered ruffle skirt tutorial. I didn't baste them together first because I wanted to stretch the fabric as much as possible when I sewed the edges to make the ruffles.
Couture This week I tackled a sewing project that truly scared me. A kind friend who is done having kids gave me her new-ish infant car seat. I am so glad I didn't have to buy one, but the old one was a little boyish: And a little boring. And I just couldn't get the idea of recovering it out of my crazy pregnant brain. Tutorials Some of the more recent tutorials may not yet appear here - please CLICK HERE for those. Happy DIY'ing!