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Weekend designer Saks Fifth Avenue features this season’s trendy cover up, the shrug by Vince. The shrug pattern is an ideal project with which to experiment with fashion design for several reasons — it is knitted or sewn in one piece, there is minimal finishing, it is easy to wear, and relatively quick to make. The Vince version is an angora knit but can be made up in any stretch fabric. Try mohair, stretch velvet, or double knit. Plus, these shrug patterns are easy to adjust. Friday Freebie: Fundamentals of Patternmaking Title: Fundamentals of Patternmaking for Women’s Apparel Book 1~Foundation Patterns Author: Esther Kaplan Pivnick

Easiest Beginner Knit Hat Pattern Ever The Any Size, Any Yarn, Any Needle Hat When I started teaching knitting and crochet I wanted to give my students something they could work on besides a scarf. I think 90% of us made a scarf for our first projects but after making one scarf, you don’t always feel confident enough to tackle a more difficult pattern so you get hung up on creating scarf after scarf.

Inserting an invisible zipper: the definitive tutorial I’ll be the first to admit that invisible zippers have been the bane of my life for a long while now. Having taught myself to sew, I was never showed how to insert a zipper, invisible or otherwise, so my first attempts were blind stabs in the dark. Hell, I didn’t even have an invisible zipper foot! Needless to say, I ruined many a zipper and many a garment; and my sewing machine barely walked away with its life. Now that I have tamed the snake and realised how straighforward this technique can be, I thought I’d put together the definitive tutorial on invisible zipper insertion – for your sewing pleasure, and my point of reference if I ever feel daunted again! You will need:

DIY FAUX FUR HAT : CHAPKA привет ! This morning I’m sharing a warm project that’s easy to do, something that might keep you busy this weekend. One of my blogging resolutions for 2014 is to keep up the good work :) There’s no need to beat yourself up at the beginning of a new year when you’re already doing your best ! And From what I heard back from you over 2013, you want more, more, more. So here we go. I’ll be making sure 2014′s DIY projects are as interesting as can be and most of all are really “doable”. Weekend designer Learn to make skirt patterns according to your measurements; and they’re guaranteed to fit! To give you an illustration of how easy it is to make a pattern, let’s make a 8-gore skirt like the model is wearing. For the example, we’ll use a waist measurement of 32 inches, hip 42 inches and skirt length of 24 inches. Remember, when you make the skirt for yourself you simply use your waist, hip, and skirt length measurements instead of these sample ones. Let’s establish your height parameters. Square across the paper to make a “T” shape.

Pants.pdf Beautiful fabrics and exciting styles make pants an important part of every woman's wardrobe for office, leisure, and formal wear. Pants has been written as a practical guide for those who wish to design and sew "best-fitting" pants for every occasion. Make it yourself Barbie clothes ———- Cousez vous-même vos vêtements de Barbie Santa’s Dress This dress is made of soft sparkling velvet. My daughter chose the fabric and she was right, it is really great for a santa’s dress. We should always trust kids for santa’s matters, they know better than us . You’ll find the hat here. Happy sewing!

flowy tunic with french seams We’ve mentioned that Jord’s wardrobe requirements in the Middleeast are, well, different from what she wears in the States. So while Jord was Stateside last month, we did a little tunic sewing- tunics that are long, flowy and best of all, super simple to put together. Want to make one too? Cut out your pieces- 42” across at the top (52” for longer sleeves), 28” tall, 24” across the bottom and 14” up on the outer edges. Leave an inch of margin around the edges if you are planning on French seams.

Infinity Bow Wrap There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). CONVERTIBLE RAIN CAPE 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. 10 Sewing Mistakes That Will Make Your Clothes Look Homemade - Katrina Kay Creations Handmade clothing is good. Clothes that look homemade-not so much. Why? Because in sewing the word homemade is usually associated with poor quality.

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