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Draped cardigan / cárdigan plisado

Draped cardigan / cárdigan plisado
When I saw the cardigan Angela had made, I knew that I needed one too.I sewed one inspiring me in her tutorial. I made it ​​the quick and easy way using jersey fabric.All you're gonna need is a sewing machine, jersey fabric, matching thread, pins and scissors. Cuando vi el cárdigan que Angela se había hecho, sabía que queria uno también. Lo cosi inspirando me de su tutorial. To start you must follow the first part of Angela's tutorial she explains very well how to cut sleeves.Once the sleeves are made, cut a rectangle in your fabric, mine is 40 "x 48" (but I'm tall). Para empezar debes seguir la primera parte del tutorial de Angela, donde explica muy bien cómo cortar las mangas.Una vez las mangas hechas, cortas un rectángulo en la tela, la mía es de 100cm x 120cm (pero soy alta). Fixed sleeves inside each hole with pins and sew. Fija las mangas dentro de cada agujero con alfileres y cose. It's super easy to do. Es super fácil de hacer.

Empire Waist Dress - Comfy Sews Vs. Cozy Knits Shannon from Luvinthemommyhood invited me to participate in her latest “Versus” series – Comfy Sews vs. Cozy Knits. Guess which side of the ring I’m on?………ding, ding, ding……you guessed it, Comfy Sews. I love Shannon and her blog so I’m thrilled she has chosen to include me again! For this challenge I decided to create an easy Empire Waist Dress. This dress could certainly be made the exact same way for a non-pregnant person and would be just as cute! Empire Waist Dress Maternity and Non-Maternity Supplies: 1 shirt 1-1.5 yards jersey knit fabric (60 inches wide) Scissors Sewing machine Iron and ironing board Ball-point sewing needle (for sewing with knits) Directions: Grab a shirt. Cut off the bottom of the shirt. Here’s the top of my shirt after it had been cut. And what will I be doing with the bottom of the shirt? Since this shirt had buttons down the front I decided to sew the button area shut. Now it’s time to cut your knit fabric. I cut the skirt portion of the dress 27″ long x 60″ wide.

DIY | a n n a • e v e r s - DIY Fashion blog One of the Must pieces of this past summer was the sports shorts or running shorts. This very 80’s aerobic/sports fashion garment came roaring back this summer 2014… but it seems its persisting on to this fall fashion trends. Personally I like the cut and how comfortable they are. These loved-hated shorts that we always visualize in pastel or neon color (because of the decade that they reminds us), are now back in more modern materials such as leather or sequined fabric or prints. Here is a small selection of some of my favorites. This will help us inspire us for our next DIY. It’s not a surprise that we continue wearing bohemian and hippy style clothing. A bohemian shirt or blouse is ideal for a relaxed, summery and comfortable look. Continue reading Hello DIY‘ers! Continue reading Hello DIY‘er, today I bring you a slightly different post but I’m sure it may come in handy… It’s about tips for your holiday wardrobe. Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading Hello DIY‘ers!

La jupe qui fait top Voici venues les vacances…Tu pars bientôt et tu connais bien le problème du « mais si j’te dis que ça rentre ! » ? (Alors que non, même en sautant dessus c’est un fait, la valise ne ferme pas ! ) Bien sûr, tu pourrais en prendre deux mais papa/chérichou/la tripotée de copines (rayer la mention inutile) ne seront sûrement pas d’accord… La solution la voilà : la jupe qui fait top, ou le top qui fait jupe, c’est comme on veut. Il nous faut : – un bon mètre de jersey – des ciseaux, du fil, des aiguilles – une machine à coudre Etape 1 : les mesures Tu mesures… eh oui, c’est l’étape que l’on ne peut pas zapper ! Tu mesures aussi ton tour de hanche, et si tu as de la chance les mesures sont similaires… Etape 2 : le bandeau Le bandeau sert de ceinture à la jupe ou de soutien-nénés pour le top. Tu découpes un grand rectangle selon les mesures suivantes : – Longueur = tour de poitrine ou tour de hanche – Hauteur = hauteur des seins (Sur la photo, la couture est au milieu pour vous montrer.)

The Rock, qui vole mon esprit Eigentlich kenne ich diese Kollektion schon mindestens seit Ende Winter. Bis vor 3 Tagen hat es mir gefallen, aber nicht den Verstand geraubt. Seit 3 Tagen dreht sich alles in meinem Leben nur um diesen einen Rock "Donna" von österreichischen Designerin Lena Hoschek. Original kostet 275€. Wie man den Rock näht, wird hier Schritt für Schritt erklärt.Для русскоязычных: Информацию на тему обсуждений конструкции этой юбки смотрите на сезоне в теме. Was ist so besonders an diesem Rock? Man kann ihn auf 2 Arten tragen: sexy oder alltagstauglich. Unter der Schleife hinten befindet sich ein Knopf. wenn der Rock frech und sexy sein muss, zieht man die Schlaufen über dem Knopf, wie es an der Schleppe gemacht wird. Die Rüsche wird mit Schrägband über die ganze Länge eingefasst. Warum kann ich seit 3 Tagen an nichts anderes mehr denken? Es blieben aber paar Fragen noch offen. Mein Stoff ist schon unterwegs. Fakt ist: Der Rock ist sehr bequem. Berechnung Zusammenbau Schema Zuschnitt

Défi 13 #3 La trendy robe - ♥ avril mai juin etc. ◘ Robe modèle maison en liberty Tatum chéri, aux couleurs si délicates mais si difficiles à immortaliser - Shaukat ◘ Je crois que si j'ai tant de mal à coudre pour moi cet été c'est qu'aucun modèle ne m'accroche vraiment dans les bouquins que je feuillette. Avec cette chaleur, exit les petites manches et autres petites choses trop serrées et compliquées. A trois jours de partir, une soudaine envie de couper ce Tatum que je réservais pourtant pour l'automne. Les détails de la robe et le how to make sont dans ce petit tuto si l'aventure vous tente... Le défi'13 guinguette, c'est par ici mesdames !

How-To: Sew a Reversible Skirt Spring is here and that always gets me in the mood to sew. To kick off our month of sewing on CRAFT, we’re sharing one of our favorite projects from CRAFT: 06 by super crafty, super mom Andrea DeHart of craftybitch.com. There are 2 versions here for sewers of all levels. How-To: Sew a Reversible Skirt By Andrea DeHart The 70s had their fair share of fashion statements, including platform shoes, bell-bottoms, and caftans, to name a few. Materials Directions: Step 1: Choose Your Fabric Your first step is fabric selection. Step 3a: The solid fabric side of the skirt is very straightforward so it’s best to start here. Step 3b: With right sides together, join the center back seam of the back skirt sections, matching the pattern symbols for placement. Step 3c: Pin piping 3″ from the edges around the entire skirt, except for the waistband side. Step 4b: Don’t hesitate to adjust the pocket shape to suit your level of sewing. Step 5b:Clip the seams along the corners and the skirt hemline. Related

Super Easy Dress We had our third annual family Simple Portrait this weekend (last year's, 2 years ago). I love that I'm pregnant in this year's photo and that next year there will be 5 of us! As soon as we showed up for the shoot, Jude decided he was a dog -- crawling around the studio floor and barking. Classic. I spent the morning of the photo shoot making this super easy dress out of comfy, maternity-friendly knit fabric....one more thing I can cross off my Pinterest "Things I Want To Make" list. I paired it with another easy DIY find from Pinterest, the hipster scarf made from one of Daniel's old shirts. Happy Thanksgiving week! Arian : )

DIY zipper blazer | a n n a • e v e r s - DIY Fashion blog Transform your classic blazer in to a versatile piece with a zipper to change the length depending on your look and add a touch of color. materials: BlazerZipper (contour length of your jacket)ScissorsMarking chalkPinsSewing Machine Process: 1. If your blazer has an application that interrupts the path where you want to sew your zipper unstitch it. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. You can wear this blazer with the zipper closed, half-open or remove the bottom. Do you like the idea of the zipper to update your blazer?

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