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The Stitching Scientist — Free Sewing Patterns

The Stitching Scientist — Free Sewing Patterns
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Free Sewing Patterns The Stitching Scientist Free Sewing Patterns Free Sewing Patterns Here are some free sewing patterns I have created and featured on the blog. These patterns are for personal use only. Please link back to The Stitching Scientist if you mention or share the pattern. Ladybug Tote Bag Vera Tote Bag Rainbow Heart Wall Quilt Flower Shaped Pillow Market Street Tote Bag Dresden Baby Quilt Pattern Wine Bottle Bag Urban Traveler Tote Bag Sunny Day Sundress Overnight Duffel Bag Elegant Toddler Peasant Dress Round Makeup Bag with Inside Pockets Reversible Hobo Bag Reversible Toddler Apron Color Block Tunic Miss Kate’s Maze Quilt The Brooklyn Empire Dress Toddler Flannel Nightgown Modern Curves Tote Bag City Chic Handbag Curvy Flap Clutch Oval Messenger Bag Cuddle Squares Baby Blanket Fit and Flare Dress Knit Pencil Skirt Toddler Ruffled Edge Jumper Dress Women’s Peplum Dress Lunch Tote Ipad Mini Case Puff Sleeve Toddler Dress Baby Christmas Dress Carnaby Carry All Bag Fat Quarter Quilt Top Quilted Barrel Pouch Ruffle Leggings Combo

Des patrons de couture gratuits - Des patrons expliqués pas-à-pas Des patrons de couture faciles Qui n'a pas souhaité se coudre un vêtement ? Du patron, à la confection, en passant par la customisation, il est possible aujourd'hui plus que jamais grâce à internet de trouver des patrons gratuits pour coudre ses habits ou les transformer. Grâce à des patrons faciles et gratuits à télécharger ou à reproduire, chacune, débutante ou plus expérimentée, peut se constituer une garde-robe à l'image de son tempérament. Ne résistons plus à l'envie de nous faire une robe ou une jupe, pionchons dans les patrons de couture ou les modèles de tricot pour nous offrir la garde-robe de nos rêves. Le best off des patrons de couture Free Pattern Month Day 21 - Very Purple Person: Scalloped Hat Pattern Boy, do I have a great pattern for your next summer escapade. Please welcome the most adorable Novita from Very Purple Person and her Scalloped Hat Pattern. I found Novita's blog oh-so-long ago. She was one of the first blogs I began to follow. I can't even remember what exactly led me to her site but I'm pretty sure it had something to do with the stylish boy clothes she was sewing for her son back in 2008. She's so prolific. Her bags always look so well constructed. Novita, thank you for being a part of this month. Thank you Kathleen for inviting me to this wonderful month and hello to all Grosgrain readers! My name is Novita from verypurpleperson and I'm going to share a tutorial on how to make a scallop hat. You might have known that scallop is suddenly everywhere now! Download the pattern here. The hat fits 56-57 cm (22-22.5 inches) head. Materials: Instructions: Cut all pattern pieces:Center Back/Center Front: 2 X main fabric, 2 X liningSide: 4 X main fabric, 4 X lining.

All Free Sewing - Free Sewing Patterns, Sewing Projects, Tips, Video, How-To Sew and More pattern drafting You need 1 18″ reversible nylon closed zipper2.5 yds. of shell fabric, 60″ wide1.5 yds. of liner fabric, 60″ wideCoordinating thread1 roll of kraft paper or pattern-making papper1 tracing wheel On a sheet of kraft paper, draw a straight line about 2″ from the edge along the length. In the middle of this line, mark point 1. 2 from 1 = 29″ 3 from 1 = 29″ 4 from 1 = 29″ Connect points 2, 3, 4 with an arc radiating from 1 as shown. 5 from 1 = 1 ½” 6 from 1 = 3 ½” 7 from 1 = 4 “ Connect points 5 and 7 with a shallow curve. Join points 6 and 7 with a deep curve as shown. 8 is located midway between point 6 and 3. Square down from 7 and across from 8 to locate point 9. 10 from 5 = 1 ½” 11 from 7 = 1 ½” Connect 10 to 11 with a curved line parallel to line 5-7. Draw a tangent line from 11 passing through point 9 and continue to locate 12 at the intersection. With a tracing wheel, trace out onto a new sheet of paper the following from this draft: For the shell: trace points 6-7-5-2-4-12-3-8-6.

Free Clothes Patterns : Posted on | October 9, 2008 | 7 Comments I originally became interested in patternless sewing, many years ago, because I had a hard time finding patterns in my size. Nowadays, patterns in large sizes abound. Nonetheless, I still love my pattern free sewing. These patterns generally of three types. Skirts are very easy to make without a pattern. I came across a few patterns that didn’t fit into any other category, so I gave them their own. We normally assume underwear is too complicated or to time consuming to sew ourselves. Aprons can usually be whipped up in less than an hour. Shirts and dresses are much more complicated to make than skirts. Coats can easily be the most expensive piece of clothing in your wardrobe. Click on the first link to get inspiration. Read More : Sewing or Home Comments

The Little Cloud Flower I realized I haven't posted a new felt flower tutorial in a long time. I love making this type of felt flower. Some people call them pom pom flowers, and there are a few variations. They remind me of little clouds you can hold in your hand, so I named them the Little Cloud flower. The Little Cloud flower is very similar to this fabric and felt flower, and is also similar to the yellow flower in this tutorial. All you need is 10 felt circles and a hot glue gun, It's that easy. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Fashion Incubator » Tutorials New here? This is an index to all the tutorials and series published on Fashion-Incubator and was last updated August 14, 2012. Be sure to check back frequently for progress. All tutorials and projects are free but I do appreciate donations. You’re welcome to the material for personal use but it remains my property and I reserve all rights. The zipper tutorials (lapped, centered and invisible) Be sure to read visitor comments at the close of each posting. Welt pocket tutorials: Be sure to read visitor comments at the close of each posting. Misc: Misc Pattern Tip: trim darts Marking & Cutting Re-framing industrial methods Interfacing: 10 tips How to find the grainline on a sleeve How to find a missing dart end How to sew V necklines with facings How to make men’s ties Shirt making tips The 7 minute cutting test The 7 minute cutting test pt.2 Tutorial: one piece neck & sleeveless facing A tale -and tutorial- of three collars A tale -and tutorial- of three collars pt.2

TUTO jupe boule : Parfum du ciel Ca y est!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Voici le tuto de la jupe boule, cette fois forcemment fait dans l'ordre et ça tombe nickel. J'suis prête Eva pour te refaire la tienne ;-) Alors GO, c'est parti: D'abord choisissez un tissu assez raide, la jupe gardera mieux son effet boule. Montez la ceinture en prenant exemple sur une jupe qui vous va bien. Ensuite prenez une grande longueur de tissu pour faire la partie basse de la jupe qui aura l'effet boule. Commencez à une extrémité, posez une aiguille à 7 cm puis une autre à 11 cm. Faites un pli en rabattant l'aiguille placée à 7 cm sur celle à 11 cm. Refaites des plis autant de fois qu'il est nécessaire, pour obtenir la longueur désirée pour chaque face (avant et dos). Cousez (vue devant) Vue derrière C'est là que ça va vous paraitre plus clair pour calculer la dimension du tissu à découper. Pour cela, mesurez la base du trapèze formé par votre ceinture, on appellera cette mesure X. Pour la hauteur, l'idéal c'est de faire une jupe de 50 cm.

Tous les patrons et tutos:sarouels,thaï, jupe,bijo - Combinaison de… - Lacroix ..sans la… - Photo mystère:fin… - Des patrons et… - Yukata Kimonos… - L'attache cheveux… - Tutorial :Le sac de… - Le patron du… - Le tutorial du… - Les patrons et… Mercredi 27 juin 2007 3 27 /06 /Juin /2007 19:09 (Pour celles et ceux qui ont cru reconnaitre des "plages" sur la video de l'article:"Sous les pavés... la plage "La video et les photos ont étés prises sur la plage de Carnon -34- Méditerranée France ...c'est le sud où il fait chaud ,beau ,il ne pleut jamais, le gazon est tout cramé mais au moins on ne se fatigue pas à le tondre comme dans le nord-est par exemple ! ) Et en avant pour un tuto ! Fournitures :Un bout de tissu africain de Sierra Leone aux couleurs grecques(ben si,mais c'est pas le moment d'y aller avec 50°degrés à l'ombre ,pas bon pour les ventricules ça !) Pour le tuto ,croyez pas que je vais vous faire un dessin ! Comment faire un sac "de plage" mais qui pourrait très bien aussi sortir en ville ,au festival de Danse de Montpellier par exemple qui a lieu en ce moment ? Le plus "pratique" :il peut servir de coussin ou d'oreiller (sieste quand il fait chaud!!! Et sur la plage on trouve aussi ça Bon anniversaire aux cancers !

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