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Fabric Gift Pouch

Fabric Gift Pouch
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Sewing Accessories Pouch Pattern We had a number of requests for the pattern for our Sewing Accessories Pouch that we shared recently. We are pleased to report that the pattern has been improved and written up in tutorial format with lots of photos showing each step of the construction. The Sewing Accessories Pouch is a little zippered pouch that is designed to store your sewing reels and bobbins. It is sized to fit 4 sewing reels and 8 bobbins. The Sewing Accessories Pouch would make a great gift for a sewing or quilting buddy. We opened our Craftsy store a few weeks ago. Covered Notebook with Matching Pen Tutorial & by small means This tutorial has instructions to make any sized notebook cover and a matching pen. All of my measurements and what not will be in red. Supplies Notebook – I used a spiral bound Fat lil’ Notebook by Mead Fabric (see your measurements to determine the amount needed) Fusible interfacing ( use appropriate interfacing for the weight of fabric you choose) Adult hair elastic/ponytail holder Button Pen – one that has a clear tube * Plus the regular supplies like: sewing machine, thread, needle, pins, mearsuring tape, rotary cutter and board, and an iron. Ready – Set – Go First off you need to measure your notebook. Measure from the back side edge, around the spine, to the front edge of your closed notebook. 9.5 inches. The height 5.5 inches and how deep you want your pocket flaps to go in. 3 inches Notebook measurements Cover/Lining – This is the length around your notebook by the height. 9.5 x 5.5 Pockets flaps – This is double the depth by the height. 6 x 5.5 Cut Interfacing Cut Fabric Cut and sew in elastic

Noriko Handbag Lazies, Just in time for some Lazy holiday sewing, the Noriko Handbag pattern is here! You might remember Noriko, she appeared in a magazine a while back. Since then, I’ve received tons of emails asking to make her available as a Lazy Girl Designs pattern. NOTE: Due to incredible demand, the Noriko Handbag pattern is now available for purchase at Craftsy. 12/9/13 Noriko Handbag with button closure and beaded tassel. My concept for the Noriko Handbag design was to utilize one pattern piece for the body of the bag. I used one fabric for the four cover pieces. This is a nice view of how the sides tuck in. The gentle curve at the seams creates a stable base, allowing the bag to sit upright when resting. This is a nice view of how the sides tuck in, allowing the bag to lie flat when not in use. Click here for the Noriko Handbag pattern by Lazy Girl Designs.

Petits berlingots de dragées - cuvée 2014 - ChasRivari, astuces broderie machine, logiciels, numérisations et formations Je vous en avais rapidement parlé lors de mon dernier billet, j'ai été cette année sollicité à plusieurs reprises pour la réalisation de mes petits berlingots de dragées, à l'occasion de baptêmes. Et ce qui a été particulièrement plaisant, c'est qu'il y a eu plusieurs styles différents. En voici un petit aperçu. Pour commencer, des berlingots dans une association de tissus que j'aime beaucoup, toute en douceur et en féminité : La cliente, qui avait fait une décoration de table particulièrement réussie, en harmonie avec ces coloris, a même eu la délicate idée de me demander 2 berlingots un peu plus grands pour le parrain et la marraine! Il y a eu aussi des associations 100% Liberty, dans des teintes roses et fuchsia : Et même des berlingots dans des coloris très variés, pour un ensemble que je trouve particulièrement réussi (je ne m'envoie pas de fleurs, c'est la cliente qui a elle-même choisi toutes les associations!) Commentaires sur Petits berlingots de dragées - cuvée 2014

Sewing Patterns for Travel Bags: When You're on the Go Are you headed over the river and through the woods this holiday season? Whether you’re hitting the open road or flying the friendly skies, make sure you’re ready to travel in style with these sewing patterns for travel bags. Learn how to sew a reversible tote and zipper pouch, perfect for travel, in the FREE Craftsy class Bag-Making Basics! Carry-on bags Photo via StudioCherie The Travel Duffel pattern is just the right size for a weekend trip, as a carry-on bag for the plane, or a roomy tote for the car (to keep all of your road-trip essentials close at hand). Photo via Barbara Weiland The Quilted Traveler’s Tote pattern has lots of pockets on the outside to keep your must-haves within easy reach. The Terrific Travel Tote folds flat, so it’s a great tote to stash in your suitcase in case you collect a few too many treasures while you’re away. Photo via cozynestdesign I love the unique shape of the Sweet Escapes Travel Set, perfect for jet-setting with a little retro flair. Toiletry bags

two pocket, ultra slim fabric card case — insatiable need A few weeks ago, I went to Dallas for the wedding of a friend of mine from college, and unsurprisingly, the reception ended up doubling as a mini college reunion. Some of those people I literally hadn’t seen since graduation day. Naturally, the experience got me thinking about the thing I am always thinking about: sewing. (really). I already make a cute little single pocket card case/wallet thing that people love to impulse-buy at craft shows, but occasionally I get asked about one with two pockets, that would fold in half. why 19th street? Remembering our 19th street adventures made me think of that critical accessory (nobody carried purses when we went out), and how a handmade version would be pretty cute, and super useful. I also used lightweight fusible interfacing, but that’s also optional, especially if you use something a bit heavier for the outside. the pattern…is really just two rectangles. time to start sewing! 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. And viola!

ruffle clutch purse Don’t forget to check me out today at The Girl Creative where I will share with you the adorable Sailor Pants from Sienna’s Spring Birthday Collection! Miss me last week where I shared how to make the Envelope Ruffle Clutch? No worries! You can get your free tutorial to make that HERE. Thanks so much for stopping by, see you back here tomorrow! Happy Sewing everyone :). A Limited Commercial License is available for purchase for the Envelope Ruffle Clutch, click below for more details… Jess Jess Abbott the Sewing Rabbit is the founder and creative director behind the me sew crazy blog, as well as, 5 & 10 Designs, GNO Events, and co-editor of STYLO. Latest posts by Jess (see all)

traduction tuto du pochon chinois Je vous précise que je fais ce pas à pas pour vous, et qu'en aucun cas ce n'est ma création je rappelle que le tuto d'origine est ici. Je sais qu'il est difficile à comprendre donc je vous l'explique tout en photo ou presque en espérant ne froisser personne et surtout pas l'auteur. Bonne couture. Fournitures: 1 carré de tissu uni assez épais de 50x50 cm et un tissu avec imprimé plus fin de 50x50 cm. 100 cm de ruban. 2 boutons. Positionner les deux carrés endroit contre endroit et épingler. Laisser un espace non cousu de 15 cm. Dégarnir les angles en coupant près de la couture. Retourner le carré en passant par l'ouverture. Épingler l'ouverture, soit la refermer à point cachés ou alors faire une couture à 3 mm du bord tout autour du carré. Plier ensuite le carré en deux afin de former un triangle, face unie sur le dessus. On mesure la base (le plus grand côté du triangle), il mesure 69 cm que l'on divise par 3 soit 3x23 cm. On place une épingle repère à 23 cm. On place une autre épingle à 46 cm.