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Sewing Stuff - free sewing patterns. Sewing In No Mans Land. 2008 February « my half of the brain. Everyday beautiful: Featured Sewing Tutorial-School Bags. Today's featured tutorial is perfect for back to school.

everyday beautiful: Featured Sewing Tutorial-School Bags

Having 2 kids. Twins, baby bunching, third baby, middle child.

Having 2 kids

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. Let’s start with breakfast. Read more → I have to say... CSS09logoSM.jpg. Totally Tutorials - A directory of free craft tutorials. Indietutes. D.png. Creative Kismet » Tutorials, how to. Roses and Ruffles- The T-shirt to Toddler Dress Tutorial. November 14 ~ Dress the Kids. Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor. 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. Here's what I did- I traced a silhouette and then cut it out with an x-acto then ironed it on the shirt. Then, this is the key I think, I ironed on another piece of freezer paper on the inside behind the elf, so the grain of the fabric couldn't shift and the paint couldn't soak though the back. I know you can gocco this type of thing, but goccoing on fabric freaks me out. And here's my plug, mailorder #2 is on sale now over here. . . . Tutorial: easy headbands. What would you do if your child had long, wild curls that blew in their face all of the time?

tutorial: easy headbands

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. Make It and Love It: Tutorials. Here is a list of tutorial categories found on Make It and Love It.

Make It and Love It: Tutorials

Click on any of the images below and you will be directed to a full list of the tutorials that fall under that specific category. If you still can’t seem to find a certain project you’re looking for, try using the search bar on my right sidebar. Type in a key work and it will search my site only for whatever you’re looking for. Have fun browsing. Related posts: Tutorials. 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. Tilda, Sfeer maken, Melly & me, handwerken, stoffen, patronen, naaien. TUTORIAL. NOTE: I updated my pattern upload so it will print correctly!!


My 3 Little Pigs Tutorial is so long I had to break it up into two parts. You can find the instructions for the piggies' houses here. (Click here for more pictures of these guys in action!) 3pigs PatternWHAT YOU NEED FOR THE PUPPETS:~ Print out the pattern. Tutorials. Refashion-ruffle. Free Sewing Patterns. Stitches in Play: making for others = making fun. I made a basic tote bag.

Stitches in Play: making for others = making fun

It's for the super cool police officer who led and taught the fifth grade D.A.R.E. program at our school. It will be filled with one hundred seven thank-you letters written by the fifth graders. And presented to her at Wednesday's D.A.R.E. graduation. I put together a quick tutorial because Jodi asked. Floating world. So many of the things I enjoy doing - sewing, knitting, reading, watching movies - compete for the same slivers of free time, and when I spend time doing one it means not doing the others.

floating world

There has been more sewing and a bit of reading happening over the past year and almost no knitting. But the sewing machine has been getting noisier and noisier and basically crying out for a service - it's over six years old*, has done a lot of kms and has never been oiled. I was struggling with the idea of sending it off for two weeks - even though, in reality, I quite often don't use it for a couple of weeks and there is no urgent sewing to be done, AND I could always borrow my mum's machine if there was, there's an illogical comfort in knowing that it's there. But when it started stitching independently of the foot pedal I decided that it was time. And, on the upside, not being able to sew means that I have more time for reading. There is a pile of non-holiday related reading too, on the right***. Tutorials. Made By Lex. Tutorial List « Sew Chic and Unique. Skip to content Home shop About Meet Me Contact Press Blog Archives.

Tutorial List « Sew Chic and Unique

CRAFTIVISION. A Forest Frolic: Tutorials. Do you want a fun, festive and delicious little project if you don't have enough to do before Christmas next week ;) I can't believe Christmas is in 6 days, whaaaat!

A Forest Frolic: Tutorials

Anywho, I went to a cookie party last night and had good intentions on making these really delicious and complicated cookies I found on Pinterest. Yeah...that didn't pan out, so this is what I made up... ...we'll call them, 'Bedazzled Mallows,' because that's what one of my friends named them when the best I could come up with was, 'Marshmallow dips,' bwhahahaha. To make them, gather your SUPPLIES: a bag of Jumbo Peppermint Mallows, a bar of (microwavable) white chocolate, whatever 'goodies' you want to embellish them with (I chose jimmies, oreos, red hots and old-fashioned hard candies), a few zip lock bags, parchment paper and a rolling pin or mallet.

Start by covering your table with parchment paper, so it's ready when your chocolate is. Melt your chocolate according to the package instructions. Jamie :) Probleem bij het laden van de pagina. Alisaburke. - A Community for Crafts and DIY Projects with Free Craft Ideas, Inspiration, Advice and More. Cicada Daydream. The Polka Dot Chair: Tutorials. Women's clothes. That's it! And if you're a crafter like me, you probably have most of that laying around the house, but if you don't you can find ALL of it at Joann's or another Fabric store.

Take your fabric and iron it nice and flat. Use the appropriate heat setting for whatever fabric you're using. Following the package directions for your fusible webbing, iron it onto the wrong side of your fabric. (That's the side WITHOUT the design) Let it cool. Now on the other side of the backing is paper. When tracing letters, or numbers or anything that has a "right way" and a "wrong way" make sure you flip the image, because since you're writing on the BACK of the fabric, it needs to be mirrored.

Arrange your images onto the shirt, so you can plan where you want everything to go. ."Peek-A-Boo" Toy Sack Tutorial. This is a long tutorial...stick with me...if you keep scrolling all the way down to the end, I've got a toy sack to GIVE AWAY! So if you aren't a sewer or want a toy sack without any work, now is your chance to enter :) One 10 3/4" x 12 1/2" rectangle of fabric cut from exterior and lining for front of bagOne 2 1/2" x 12 1/2" rectangle of fabric cut from exterior and lining for front of bagTwo 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" rectangles of fabric cut from exterior and lining for front of bagOne 16 3/4" x 12 1/2" rectangle of fabric cut from exterior and lining for back of bagOne 4 1/2" x 8 1/2" rectangle cut from tablecloth plastic for windowOne 1 1/2" x width of the fabric (40"-44") strip cut from contrast fabric for drawstringOne 2" x width of the fabric (40"-44") strip cut from contrast fabric for casing Step 1.Take one of the 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" rectangles of fabric cut from exterior and lay on the table with right side facing up.

Sew together along paper clipped edge, using 1/4" seam. Footprints » Blog Archive » Going Green. Going Green I never celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. But it just so happened that this week’s activities have all been “green” in some way. And so, a post unintentionally dedicated to St. Patrick.