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  • Simple Toddler Bowtie tutorial

    Making flower, Sewing  |  0 Commentsimple toddler bowtie tutorial

    Cut a 10 x 10 inch piece of fabric. I had a very lightweight cotton. Roll it up like so, and then close it. Sew along that edge. The seam is adjusted to the middle Fold in half and sew again along the short edge Again, the seam is moved to the middle and the wrinkles are pressed flat A small piece of fabric (mine was 2 x 2) is folded in half and sewed along the long edge. That seam is then moved to

  • Buttons art attach on T-shirt

    Sewing  |  0 Commentbuttons art attach on t-shirt

      a little bit of a button explosion, but I think it turned out fun, and it was super easy and cheap! Want to make one?  Here's what I did: (with a little trick on buttons that maybe you didn't know about) What you'll need: -t-shirt -several buttons in your choice of color -sheer knit stabilizer (I got mine at Joanns) -iron, sewing machine, etc... 1.) Lay your buttons out on  your shirt so you know sort of how you want to arrange them (mine did not end

  • Four-leaf clover shirt for baby: tutorial

    Making flower, Repair work, Sewing  |  0 Commentfour-leaf clover shirt for baby: tutorial

    Supplies Needed Plain T-Shirt Variety of Green Fabrics 2 Small Heart Templates {We used 1 1/4" Hearts, and 2" Hearts} Pen, Fabric Scissors, Iron Wonder Under or other Fusible tape Green Thread {Find a color that blends with your fabrics} Containers for each size of fabric heart {to keep things organized}   Step 1: Trace, then cut out your hearts using your templates.  For two shirts, we cut out 4 of each fabric (10 or so different fabrics) and had leftovers.   Step 2: Cut out a pile of tiny squares of

  • Felt Headband sew for little baby: tutorial

    Sewing  |  0 Commentfelt headband sew for little baby: tutorial

    Gather your supplies: -felt or felted wool (2 colors...one for flower, one for leaf) -thread to match -needle -highlighter -button or pearl for center -scissors -stretchy elastic -glue gun Find a flower template that you'd like to use.  I found mine here and printed a 4x6 of it.I chose to use the larger of the three flowers.  If you want fewer ridges on your petals, use your marker to manipulate it to what you want!  (2 per petal is what I did for Lola's) cut out your flower template using a

  • Easter crafts: Felt Bunny sewing patterns

    Easter's day, Felt, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commenteaster crafts: felt bunny sewing patterns

    Easter crafts: Felt Bunny sewing patterns I don't usually decorate for any of the holidays because we're generally not home for them! But I decided to get into the spirit a little tiny bit ;) So, here's how I made my cute little felt bunny! What you need: * Brown felt * Embroidery thread (I used blue and cream) * Stuffing (I used old cushion stuffing this time!) * Fabric pencil * Scissors * Needle * Optional: Embellishments - I used some little silk flowers and silver cord. What to do: Cut