on the cutting floor Free Sewing Pattern: Lisa Top Thank you for stopping by today. This is my newest pattern: The Lisa Top. I initially thought it as a crop... Patrons de couture gratuits à télécharger 1 Flaresbuttonbutton-type-facebook flare-iconstyle-round-bevel first" style="background-color:#0b59aa;z-index:3"> button-wrap"> button-icon">Facebook button-count">0 width=120&show_faces=false&action=like&colorscheme=light&font&height=21" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" style="border:none; overflow:hidden; width:120px; height:21px;" allowTransparency="true"></iframe>">buttonbutton-type-googleplus flare-iconstyle-round-bevel" style="background-color:#d84d2f;z-index:2"> button-wrap"> button-icon">Google+ button-count">1 buttonbutton-type-pinterest flare-iconstyle-round-bevel" style="background-color:#ce1c1e;z-index:1"> button-wrap"> button-icon">Pin It Share button-count">0 pin/create/button/? Encore une mise à jour de la page Patrons gratuits ! Dans cet ajout vous trouverez entre autre mais pas seulement : www.popcouture.fr : Des centaines de patrons et tutos en français et classés par catégories ! (que c’est moi qui l’ai fait !)
30 Great Places to Buy Fabric Online You can make the greatest stuff with your sewing skills but if you don’t have great fabric to work with your projects just won’t turn out as well. Finding fabric that is perfect for your needs can be a bit of a hassle and it’s often a task that’s best done in person so you can gauge weight and texture. Yet, some of the best deals on fabric, especially imported or designer fabric, can be found online. Here are a few sites that I’ve found to be particularly useful in finding and buying great fabrics. UPDATE: I appreciate all the comments and recommendations, but please check out my follow up post for additional sites.
Free sewing patterns Click on the photo to enlarge or click on the title to go to the sewing tutorial. The easy long cardigan, a staple in your wardrobe This is a super easy project. You’ll see that there isn’t a long tutorial because the design and construction are so simple. Summer Romper for Kids When I dress my kids this summer, I plan to adopt a “one and done” philosophy. Rather than layering them up in t-shirts and shorts and tanks, I want to reach for one garment and go… And this Summer Romper for Kids is the garment I am going to grab! These Rompers are simple to make, fun to wear and so perfectly chic, I can’t imagine wanting to add anything else to the mix. Plus, the free pattern is available in seven sizes, from 2 to 11 years, and features adjustable straps and an elastic waist for a forgiving fit.
Make Your Own Clothing Labels This is part 2 of my 3 part label tutorial for textiles like clothing and bedding. Here are the 3 chapters: part 1 – what to say (or what the FTC wants you to put on your labels) VV Free Patterns & Tutorials If you are downloading a free pattern why not subscribe to this blog and be amongst the first to know when a new pattern is available! Copyright information: The pdfs posted here, my photos & illustrations, how the instructions are worded and the pattern diagrams are all under my copyright. Please be respectful of my authorship and do not hotlink or re-post my PDF patterns or photographs for download elsewhere (ie google drive, your own servers etc.) The link to share this page: Further information about usage can be read in my Terms & Conditions.
DIY Cotton Face Mask – Aplat When the call to make masks for heroes began, it was time to shift focus and make protective masks for those on the front lines supporting communities and people in a time of incredible need. After researching cotton mask patterns, I found a few favorites and began to make and test each mask. I prototyped over twenty-five designs, making modifications to improve comfort and quality while maintaining Aplat’s zero waste and origami design principles. I’m excited to share with you the final Aplat Mask design. I love its simple geometry and origami folds that adjust and fit over a wide range of face shapes and sizes. This design takes the pressure off of the ears and nose. Fabric Labels Tutorial Many people have asked me how I make my labels so I have decided to make this little tutorial including pictures and any little tips that I have learned along the way. You will find that making your own labels is quite simple and much cheaper than purchasing custom labels. Pour yourself a cup of tea and enjoy. Materials needed:computer, graphics program (I used photoshop) & inkjet printerregular printer paperiron-on transfer paperutility knife, cutting mat & metal rulerribbon (I used 1/2 inch natural cotton twill tape)iron & ironing boardscissors
1300+ Free Clothing Patterns Welcome to the Free Clothing Patterns section at SewingSupport.com, where you'll find a collection of over 1300 free clothing patterns & tutorials gathered from all over the web. Sew dresses, aprons, shirts & blouses, skirts, hats, and more! And if you happen to be a beginner who's just learning how to sew and you'd like to sew a garment for your firstsewing project, consider choosing a design that consists of simple shapes such as an apron, a hat, a scarf, or one of the more basic dress designs.