Everything Else Nov 2005 curtains, shades, pillows, cushions, etc Waverly Curtains archived mostly extremely strange dolls Doll Maker's Journey clothing, aprons, baby things, crafts, dolls, curtains, bed spreads, toys, etc Sewing.About baby things, bridal, charity, dolls, clothing, sewing organizers, curtains, bedspreads, pillows, purses, kid's stuff, pet stuff, etc Sewing.org Sewing Stuff - free sewing patterns
Sewing In No Mans Land With all the “fun” pattern grading I’ve been doing, I thought we should do a pattern of the week feature. This pattern would be offered for a dollar for that week only. When I started Sewing In No Mans Land it was with the intention of offering free patterns, which before grading classes, program purchasing and downloading issues, I was able to do. I still want these patterns to be available to all creators! I thought this would be a perfect way to accomplish this!
2008 February « my half of the brain "We’re excited to bring you a new contest for 2008! Chronicle Books and CRAFT Magazine are bringing you a contest for all you Amy Butler fans and sewers around the US world! For a two-month period crafters can submit pictures of their own Amy Butler inspired bag online to the flickr group called ‘Amy Butler Sew Inspiring Contest‘. At the end of the two-month period Amy Butler will pick a top winner and five runners up among the entries. "The grand prize winner will receive a Janome Memory Craft 6600P Sewing Machine with a retail value of $1999, Amy Butler Fabric, Amy Butler’s Midwest Modern (published by STC), Amy Butler’s In Stitches, and the Sew-It Kit (both published by Chronicle Books).
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Having 2 kids Twins, baby bunching, third baby, middle child. If you have more than one rookie baby, this section is for you. How I get my preschooler to make his own breakfast August 23, 2013 This is how I attempt to both empower my child’s independence and my own rest by making self-service food prep a reality.
Like most people, I am making some changes this year, and one of those things is the way I eat. Now, I am not making huge, sweeping changes, because that never lasts for me. But I am trying to eat more "real" food and less processed junk. Honestly, lately I just don't feel "good" and my energy levels are lower than they should be, so my diet is the first place for me to tackle. i have to say...
Our small house seems especially so mid-winter. We are spending more time in places with large plate glass windows. The library, the coffee shop. The home of the green sea beast is one particular place that I try not to frequent. Even though we can spend a couple hours in the dark chairs, reading books and playing card games while soaking up sugar and sunshine, I usually have two handfuls of trash to drop in the bin on the way out the door. It rankles me to be a 'stay-in' customer given 'take-out' containers. indietutes
Creative Kismet » Tutorials, how to hand painted thrift store purse My niece Ruby had her 4th birthday recently, and I wanted to get her a purse and fill it with tape and sticky notes because she likes to stick things on the wall. Like a good aunt, I thought I’d … Continue reading
I decided to do another variation of the toddler t-shirt dress and also do an official how to make a toddler dress out of a t-shirt tutorial. There are many of these out there, but I wanted one to go with this. I was also asked on how to make the ruffles for the purple dress I did, so I have that included as well. Roses and Ruffles- The T-shirt to Toddler Dress Tutorial
Please feel free to share links to your favorite kids’ clothes tutorials in the comments today. Doing so will share the tutorial love and will also enter you to win one of two $25 gift certificates to Sew, Mama, Sew! this Friday! November 14 ~ Dress the Kids
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little elf shirt I made this shirt for Sadie and am so happy with how it turned out. I saw ths idea on craftster about using freezer paper to make a iron-on stencil and it worked like a charm. I am having a hard time finding the tutorial at this moment, craftster is being slow, but you can find it with a search.
tutorial: easy headbands What would you do if your child had long, wild curls that blew in their face all of the time? Some might look for the scissors...but I made head bands. Sure, you can buy them at any grocery store, but you might have all the materials tucked in a tub somewhere. I made these out of favorite outgrown clothing!
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You are the architect for this skirt. No two skirts will be the same as you can choose any combination of fabrics to form the front panel of this skirt. For the back panel: fabric 42 inches wide by 17 inches high For front panel: several scraps of fabric For waistband: 22 inches of waistband elastic tutorials
Tilda, Sfeer maken, Melly & me, handwerken, stoffen, patronen, naaien Deze vrolijke vlinders geven direct een zomers tintje aan je tuin of balkon. Maar ze misstaan ook niet in de woon- of slaapkamer. Maak er twee of drie in verschillende formaten en stoffen en verspreid ze over de bank of het bed. Als je daar niet blij van wordt! Werkelijke grootte kussen klein: 27 x 35 cm. en kussen groot 33 x 48 cm.
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