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Accessories. 24 Free Apron Patterns {Pictured Instructions. I just love the way I feel in a cute apron!

24 Free Apron Patterns {Pictured Instructions

I’ve been wearing my Great Grandmother's vintage aprons around the house and would love a free apron pattern to make some more. So, here are 24 free apron patterns with pictured instructions so you can make one too. Enjoy! Free Apron Patterns 1. 5. Half Apron 9. 13. Vintage and Retro Apron Patterns 17. Kids Apron Pattern 21. Sewing Projects: 24 Beautiful Purse Patterns. We just learned how to sew the perfect pleats and today's sewing projects are beautiful purse patterns.

Sewing Projects: 24 Beautiful Purse Patterns

{{squeal in delight}} Hopefully, you'll love these purse patterns as much as I do. Many of these purse patterns are very easy and even no sewing projects. I hope they inspire you to make something gorgeous today. Sewing Projects 1. Ruffle Purse Patterns 5. Free Purse Patterns 9. Bag Patterns 13. 17. Purse Patterns for Kids 21. More Free Sewing Patterns You also might like these fabulous free sewing patterns from Tip Junkie: Lace sunglasses. I wanted to do a tutorial on sunglasses inspired on the a-morir lace sunglasses. I really like the idea of lace sunglasses and I thought it couldn’t be that hard to do a DIY version of these sunglasses.

I wanted to make them a little more subtle and give them my own twist. That’s why I decided to use white lace and white sunglasses for this project. I really like how they turned out! And for those who wonder: you can see pretty good with this sunglasses on! Learn how to make these fabulous DIY lace sunglasses after the jump. . . - lace - sunglasses - scissors - all purpose glue Cut a piece of lace a little bit bigger then your sunglasses.

Related posts: Revamp old T-shirt into Cute Bra Strap! Yay!

Revamp old T-shirt into Cute Bra Strap!

I saw a lot of T-shirt yarn projects in the blog land recently, So, Why not? T-shirt yarn for bracelet and necklace are some really cute projects, But I prefer something more useful that I can wear everyday! So, this is what I made them into... A cute bra strap...So, fun especially during summer time! Jojo helps me with the photo shooting session... Screen down for the tutorial... Ooops...more photos...can't help it Jojo take more than 50 shots... This is a really easy DIY, just simple 4 steps... Step one : Use 3 strand of the T-shirt yarn to create this strap Slot in the bra clip ... Cut and tidy up the end of the strap, and secure them with few stitches or run a stitch using the sewing machine Tie a knot at the other end Make two piece of these and you are done!!!

Visit again later... I'm going to show you how to make another sweet easy bra strap it's only in super simple 2 steps!!! Love PC * Jojo I'm featured!!! DIY 20 Minute Beach Cover Up. ** NO SEW VERSION CLICK HERE!

DIY 20 Minute Beach Cover Up

****HIGH-BACK VERSION/STREET WEAR- CLICK HERE****HALTER VERSION- CLICK HERE****MAXI WITH THICK STRAPS HERE** Need more help? Click HEREProbably my favorite 'la vie' project... ever. I was browsing through a swimwear catalog and saw an adorable beach cover up. I sooo wanted it, but obviously I wasn't spending $45 on it, plus, it was totally make-able. I made some revisions and here it is! Maybe it seems a little too early to be thinking about the beach... but seriously, I can't wait. So- without further ado- the 20 Minute Beach Cover Up! (1) Cut it. . (2) Braid it. . (3) Attach it. Another option: if it's bunching too much in back, you can add in a tapered curve. . (5) Wear it. It was so simple! DIY: No-sew Beach Cover + How to Use a Pareo/Sarong. Wow!

DIY: No-sew Beach Cover + How to Use a Pareo/Sarong

Back in February I made a DIY beach cover up that has had a crazy popular response. I've been meaning to make a no-sew version, but I haven't been able to. A lot of people have criticized my dark brown color choice for the original post, but in the winter there weren't tons of bright colored jersey fabrics being sold in stores. I went again this past weekend and *still* couldn't find a good shade to use for this no-sew version.

So- I'm going to show you how to make it two different ways, one of the ways will use the pictures from the original post and then I'll draw in the differences. The second way involves a pareo (I got mine at amazon.com for $6/each. 1.75 yards of jersey or stretchy cotton material* Ribbon/any other material for a strap Scissors (1) Cut it. . (2) Braid it. . (3) Attach it. . (4) Adjust it. Now let's get to sarongs or pareos. Let's talk about wearing them! (1) Twist front. . (2) Greek. . (3) One Shoulder. . (5) Knotted Front. . (6) Vest. That was the longest post. How to cut a pair of socks and make them lace up the back. I love to cut things up, no surprise there.

How to cut a pair of socks and make them lace up the back

And I have cut my fair share of socks but always horizontally, but today I have my first vertical cut (also known as "steeking" in the sweater/knitting world). I was inspired by this page in the wonderful knitting book Wendy Knits Lace: Essential Techniques and Patterns for Irresistible Everyday Lace. This page features a pair of socks that have a line of lacework up the back center that is so beautiful. I thought I could steek a pair of socks and add some lace trim to make them lace up the back. How I made my lace-up the back socks: I tried the socks on and marked the spot I wanted to cut down to and I also measured the socks while they were on me from the bottom to the top edge. So all I did was cut from the top edge down to the back of the ankle. "With 20 original patterns for gorgeous lace shawls, sweaters, hats, gloves and of course socks, popular blogger and author Wendy D. DIY Turband. DIY Gretchen Jones Necklace A couple of months ago, while visiting New York, we met the lovely Gretchen Jones and were fortunate enough to spend an entire day crafting in her über charming Brooklyn apartment.

Not only is she […] DIY Woven Chain Bracelet Chain link bracelets, with colorful threads woven through them, have been popping up here and there. We adore Aurèlie Bidermann‘s Do Brazil bracelets and thought it was about time we graduate to the ultimate “grown-up” friendship bracelet. […] Feathered Shoulder Shirt. Make this super cute t-shirt – No sewing skills required!

Feathered Shoulder Shirt

Photos: Hannah McKenzie Photography and Mackenzie for we heart this Hey there we heart this readers! I’m the new girl on the block, Mackenzie and I’m so excited to be joining the team. Word is we have a few crafting fans around here, so I’ll be offering a monthly DIY project for all you crafters. (That’s right, with Kirsten already on the team, that’s TWO DIY projects per month ~ Tyna) For my first project, I have a clothing DIY for you to try; no sewing required. I have been obsessed with feathers lately (lately being about a year) so I was super excited to do this DIY.

Supplies: • T-shirt of any color in your size • Aleene’s Fabric Glue – I used Sobo but Aleene’s is washable! • Two feather pads* • Scissors *Feather pads are basically feathers glued to a piece of fabric. 1. Tip: You can cut one side and use the waste piece as a pattern for the other to get the same length. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Washing: Hand wash gently in warm water. How to Make Ribbon Trim. Recently I purchased a stole at a vintage shop.

How to Make Ribbon Trim

I had to have it, just to get an example of this extraordinary trim, which I then had to figure out how to make. This post presents the results. Don't miss other Threads techniques like this by purchasing a print subscription which comes with FREE access to our tablet editions. Here's a detail, that shows how this sweet little trim can be used to good effect. When explaining this trim, as well as other kinds of ribbon work, I will refer to the unit of measure as "ribbon width". Using the width of the ribbon as the increment of measure, makes any work easily scalable, either larger or smaller. Since you will lose 25% of the ribbon length when making this trim, make sure to cut your ribbon length 125% of the finished length you need. Begin the stitching at the lower end of the ribbon and work upwards. Repeat the process all along the length of the ribbon to create the trim. View Scarves by boobsRus. A Fabulous Fur Handbag. When I showed a friend the swatch I developed for the fantasy fur jacket, she thought it could make a great bag.

A Fabulous Fur Handbag

And so, for your viewing pleasure, here it is! I hope the braids and closures inspire you. The strap and closure were what kept me from finishing this bag weeks ago. It needed something strong enough to stand up to the fur and the double cordover stitch. This is the shoulder pad--it solved the question of how to finish the ends of the cords on the strap, as well as providing some comfort when wearing the bag. All in all a success. Profile for KennethDKing.