Free 8 Inch Cloth Baby Doll Pattern 8 Inch Baby Pattern©1999 Isn't she sweet? You will find our baby pattern will make a great favor or table decoration for that baby shower you're planning. She is simple to make and oh so lovable! RAGGEDY ANN PATTERNS « Free Patterns anniescupboards: Free Mini Doll House Prim Raggedy Ann Pattern Free Mini Doll House Primitive Raggedy Ann Pattern. Click here for the printable pdf pattern. Feel free to use this pattern in your craft shows, websites
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sew_loli: Apron tutorial Time for an apron tutorial! Hello! Thanks for coming to read my apron tutorial and I hope it can be of use to the cooking lolitas out there or just those that like to wear aprons :) Beginner's Bias Tape Bag with Free Downloadable Pattern I promised you this free downloadable bag pattern when we offered up the Simplicity Bias Tape Maker Giveaway as a great first project for your Homemade Bias Tape, so here goes… I’ve made a couple so far, and I usually don’t like fabric bags (i’m a leather lover) but I actually adore these for summer. They are super quick to whip up (under an hour) and are also reversible, so you can get a couple different looks in one swoop. You could also use store-bought bias tape, like I did for the big one (oh, and you can blow up or shrink the pattern to make different sizes – Scarlet’s been using the littler one as her lunch bag). Either way I think it’s a sweet & simple summery project. But I’m dying to know, what do you think??
Soap Making Tips & Tricks The following are several Tips & Tricks submitted by Oregon Trail Customers (and a few by me!). We would love to hear your own personal Tips & Tricks and even add them to our resource list. If you have a great tip or trick to submit, please click on the "Submit Tip" button on this page or send us an email through our "Contact Us" page. Make a Handkerchief Doll « Historic Cold Spring Village Cape May County Living History Museum Materials needed: 1 Lg. Man’s Handkerchief (Today we will have to put lace around the outside. In the olden days the man’s hanky was made as pretty as the lady’s but larger.)4 pieces of 1/2 inch ribbon (Blue=boys Pink=girls) or whatever choice you may make. Thin rope or twine was used as well.6 inches x 6 inches of light material (head) stuff with cotton or straw. Head should be about 2 inches round with neckline hanging in order to make wrap with ribbon.
T Shirt Quilt Free Instructions Goose Tracks Quilts www.goosetracks.com Basic T-Shirt Quilt Instructions These instructions are for making a traditional style T-Shirt Quilt top. 5203 Petit black dress Difficulty: ** You will need: gabardine; lining; fusing; 1 zipper; 3 buttons. Attention! Making Your Own Pattern: a tutorial Patterns aren't cheap. Seriously, I was browsing through through the look books at Hobby Lobby the other day and some of them were as much as $20. Tack that on to the price of fabric and other supplies and suddenly sewing your own clothing becomes very expensive.