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Etc. Eat me. Adventures in Guided Journaling: Prompt-a-day Journal Pages. A journal is many things.
It is a keepsake, a source of inspiration, a repository of wisdom and hard won experience, a record of growth and development, and -- for me this key -- a tool for positive action. Over time, my approach to writing journal prompts has evolved, I hope, to encompass each of these things -- along with a few surprises here and there when the mood strikes! Journaling has been, and continues to be, a tremendously useful tool for my own growth and development and, as always, I'm eager to share my thoughts and journal prompts with you. It's been a while since I've written regularly in this space and I'd like to spend more time here.
So, for the next several weeks, to give myself a new writing challenge and to give you an opportunity to visit and share your thoughts on journaling, I'll be posting a series of prompt-a-day printable journal pages. You can download this week's prompt-a-day journal pages here or by clicking on the photo above.
Newbies. Diy. Encyclopedia of Tunisian Crochet- Contents. 1 Stitch Honeycomb Combos Basic Foundations only TwTss & Basic FoundationsFrTps & Basic FoundationsBkTss & Basic FoundationsTwTps & Basic FoundationsUnconventional Foundations only 2 Stitch - 1 Row Honeycomb Design Patterns Basic Foundations only TwTss & Basic Foundations TwTps & Basic Foundations BkTss & Basic Foundations FrTps & Basic Foundations Unconventional Foundations only 2 Stitch - 2 Row Basket Weave Design Patterns 3 Stitch - 3 Row Checkerboard Design Patterns.
DIY Twisted Tee. Supplies: Large Tshirt Cool twisted tee I designed with cutouts in all the right places and all you need is a tshirt.
You can even make it a dress with a longer shirt. Cut the side seams on the bottom half...I cut the sleeves off and left about 4 inches on the upper parts of the seams. Depending on the length of your shirt you will need to cut accordingly. Flip the shirt right sides together. Do the same on the back. Sew pinned sides right sides together. DIY: 5 min Tshirt Refashion. Supplies: Old Tshirt Summer is not over yet and for this Florida girl the lovely warmth will stick around much longer.
Try this quick tshirt refashion that took me about 5 minutes and perfect for those last few trips to the beach/pool. DIY Strappy Summer Dress From Tshirt. Summer is here and I'm seeing more cover ups than ever.
I created this strappy dress from a tshirt. It's simple but with a modern twist. It took me a good 10 minutes to complete. My Zipper Tee DIY tutorial...Tshirt Recycle. Supplies: Zipper 22 inches or so... old tshirt or 1 yard fabric.
I am all about casual style, but usually like something to separate my tee from everyone elses. This started in middle school when I took my first sewing class and from their I was refashioning the family's "giveaway pile. " Here is one I designed back then that I recreated for a tutorial. I wanted to share it because it's quite easy, yet still looks amazing! DIY Scarf to peasant blouse. Create a rectangular tube from your choice of fabric.
Mine measured 25 x 18in. for one side and a set for the sleeves which was 16 x 8 in. Be creative…I've used scarves, pillow cases, etc. This was a set of curtains. Cut enough so the sleeve will fit into the bodice. Pin and sew the sleeves right sides together…. Sew the other side as well… and repeat for the other sleeve. DIY fringe kilt from scarf. A little throw back post.
Fall is in the air and what better print suits fall like plaid. I am of Scottish heritage and come from the Campbell clan. Anything plaid I'm in love with, especially the famous green Campbell plaid. DIY. Fringe Sleeve/Seam Tee. Great for making those tight tees wearable.
Supplies: Fringe trim (3 yards) I used double sided fringe. You can make your own fringe here since it is hard to find. tshirt Can be made casual or dressy depending on the shirt you use. The fringe is so pretty and looks lovely on! Sound of Music Moment: Curtains Sewn Into Flapper Style Dress. Supplies: Slip Liner (thrift store find $1 to $3) sheer organza curtains (recycled find new)
DIY Kaftan pattern. Supplies: Scarves, 2 yds fabric Tip: Use scarves like above and you don't have to finish all the edges. A kaftan is simply a cover up, perfect for the beach or pool. I made this simple pattern that explains everything. DIY backpack. Supplies: 1 yard of durable fabric I used faux leather for the bottom... 1/2 a yard for the liner. drawstring, anything for closure I always have my hands full with my little boys on each hand. DIY Convertible Shawl/Shrug. Supplies: one yard of fabric with stretch and drape. closure Great for a last minute gift, this shrug can be worn several different ways and takes a few minutes to make.
Get some fabric and make it for the whole family. Read more for the DIY tutorial: Cut a rectangle of fabric measuring 36 inches wide and 30 inches long. I hand dyed mine, before it was white jersey. Cut the sleeve hole using a collar in the middle on both sides. Fold length wise in half right sides together.
DIY Easy Yarn Backdrop. Continuing with our inspiration today shot by Emily Chidester Photography, Kathryn Godwin made a backdrop that you can make yourself in a jiffy. This faux macrame hanging can be whipped up with extra yarn you have from the mini chandeliers. Captured at the Separk Mansion with florals by Nectar. Materials: – yarn – macrame rings – scissors – 4′ dowel Instructions: 1.
How to Macrame a Plant Hanger « This Year's Dozen. FINISHED LENGTH: approx 4 1/2 ft, from top of ring to bottom tail. Will hold up to a 9″ diameter basket, container or bowl. 50 yards gray 6mm braided macrame cord1 – 2″ welded ring (treated, not raw metal)4 large hole gray marbella beads16 smaller gray marbella beads for tail cords. Call me Macramé James — CLARA MAE JAMES. Macrame Yarn Garland DIY.
How To Macrame (And Create A Wall Hanging!) 23 Cleverly Creative Ways To Decorate Your Rented Apartment. 26 DIY Cool And No-Money Decorating Ideas for Your Wall. 29 Impossibly Creative Ways To Completely Transform Your Walls. Owl Dream Catchers. You’ll love to make your own Owl Dream Catcher! Native Americans believe that the night air is filled with dreams. The dream catcher when hung near your bed catches the dreams as they flow by. The good dreams know how to pass through the dream catcher, slipping through the outer holes and slide down the soft feathers so gently that many times the sleeper does not know that they are dreaming.
Whilst we do not have a specific Owl version, we have included Tutorials to show you how to make the basic version and you can just link 2 together to form the eyes of the Owl using the photos as guides! Be sure to scroll the page and check out the Macrame Owl Pendants too! Dreamcatcher Weaving Tutorials via ‘Makers Collective’
Housing. Crocodile Stitch Shawl- Free Crochet Pattern. I love the funky texture of crocodile stitch. Diy: bath/body.