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  • Roman shades.

    Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentroman shades.

      This simple and convenient shade (Fig. 2) and now looks modern and original, although its design has not changed since Roman times. Fig. 2. Roman blinds. Because of its simplicity, functionality and style, it fits perfectly into any interior, regardless of the style of his presentation; the main thing - to choose the right fabric. Roman blinds can be perfectly combined with tulle curtains that look unusual and very elegant, or combined with draped curtains, filling out the canvas border from the same cloth. Roman blinds are made, usually of rigid

  • How to sew a knit diaper: video

    Needle crafts, Other crafts, Sewing, Video  |  0 Commenthow to sew a knit diaper: video

    Sewing instructions Sewing Diaper

  • How to sew a pillow with pompoms

    Needle crafts, Pillows, Sewing  |  0 Commenthow to sew a pillow with pompoms

    To create such colorful pillows, we need: tape with pompons (3,5 m each color at the rate of pillow 50 * 50 cm), satin fabric for pillow covers three cutting: 55 * 55 cm, 25 * 55 cm, 45 * 55 cm Cut the satin fabric in size. Braid with tassels on the segment is cut from 50 cm to 7 pieces of each color. Now crimson ribbons ORDER tailor's pins to the front side (stand back 3-4 cm from the edge), cutting 55 * 55 cm Sew on the sewing machine. Next row

  • How to sew a tier of T-shirts

    Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commenthow to sew a tier of t-shirts

    Children often leave stains on their clothes. To avoid this, we offer a master class - a stitch out of an old t-shirt dickey.   We need: T-shirt. Scissors, thread, needles. Sewing machine. Felt-tip pen. From T-shirts cut off the sleeves (throw). On the back of the shirt draw longitudinal lines that visually divide the t-shirt into five parts. Cut the 2 internal parts (they do not throw away). Cut off is not until the end, that is, leave the gate. Cut the sides (throw). Here is a prefabricated should get. To sew the sides 2 of the back of shirts. Everything

  • Recycling pattern + tutorial

    Green crafts, Jewelry making, Needle crafts, Recycle, Sewing  |  0 Commentrecycling pattern + tutorial

    How to sew a denim strap Universal ornament for the dress code "military" and "casual" is a denim strap. It combines easily with both denim clothing and white cotton and natural linen. And how to sew his jeans bracelet from the remnants we now describe. For starters just take a small segment of brown leather and padded emboss letters every sign (though this requires special metal printed letters). If you do not, then just cut out the leather segment 5 * 2 cm From old jeans cut the belt, measure the width of her wrist. On the

  • How to sew a brooch with their hands

    Needle crafts  |  0 Commenthow to sew a brooch with their hands

    If you have accumulated a large number of ties and nowhere to go. I can tell you where they can apply. And even more so if you have long dreamed of a beautiful and stylish brooches. A woman will always find much use of such things. Materials and tools: Many are suitable for each other in color, men's neckties (minimum 7 units). Scissors. Vsparyvatel. Sewing machine. clasp on the brooch (it can go even a pin). First, we need to strut tie and remove all labels. The next thing we need to do is iron gently smooth out all wrinkles

  • Garden Party Dress for sewing

    Dress, Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentgarden party dress for sewing

    It's not identical to the one in the catalog, but it's pretty darn close. First just make a basic pillowcase dress. The only difference is the finished tie should be 4 "wide. For the pink flowers I used this tutorial at Sew Much Ado . You will need a total of eight pink flowers. For the big white circles here's what you do: Cut five large circles with a 6 "diameter Cut five medium circles with a 4.5 "diameter Cut 5 small circles with 3 "diameter Serger or use a tight zigzag stitch around the edges. Stack a large, medium, and

  • Recycling old shirt : How to sew Knot-Me Tie Skirt

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commentrecycling old shirt : how to sew knot-me tie skirt

    Knot-me tie skirt was made for my little Elle. I love putting her in a little skirt. She’s adorable in poofy skirt. And it is adequately named knot-me because my little Elle is always getting into things she is not supposed to and giving me the it wasn’t me look. You know the look. Innocence.   This is another repurposed skirt. Here’s a little secret. All the skirts for skirt week are repurposed skirts. I used a jersey knit shirt for this skirt. And since it was made from a shirt, I wouldn’t suggest

  • How to sew Layer Skirt from old shirt

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commenthow to sew layer skirt from old shirt

    Every girl needs to have that little black dress. And now you will need a little black skirt. I love that this skirt is voluminous. My last skirt for skirt week is like the others, repurposed. And can I say that it has been an enjoyable skirt week, but endless hours of hard work making the skirts, taking pictures, editing pictures and writing up the tutorials.  Since this is in black, I hope you can see the pictures OK. This skirt was for my 1 year-old Elle who wears between

  • how to sew Reversible Skirt

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commenthow to sew reversible skirt

    This is a great skirt for traveling or when you or your child spills something on the skirt just minutes after putting it on. Believe me. It has happened to me many times. As soon as I get my children dressed, they manage to get a stain on it immediately. With the reversible skirt, I would just flip over to the other side. And done. OK, so if you are super observant, you’ll notice that one side of the skirt is the exact same fabric as my traveling placemat. That is

  • How to sew Pleated Bow Pillowcase Dress

    Dress, Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commenthow to sew pleated bow pillowcase dress

    This was one of those projects where I had an idea in my mind and I just went with it. Then as I started sewing, I realized that I probably should have thought it out more thoroughly. But it worked out in the end and the results turned out be to better than the image in my mind. So awesome! I made this for Elle who is 17 months. I found this pillowcase at the thrift store and loved the pattern. I bought it for $ 1. This WAS a regular pillowcase size, Not the King size

  • Bow hair elastic easy to make

    Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentbow hair elastic easy to make

    These bows are simple to make, they just take a little bit of patience and tweaking to get the perfect shape. Follow the jump to find a printable pattern and step by step instructions with on how to make these What you will need: a sewing machine (optional! this can be hand stitched if you do not own a machine) embroidery thread and needle a couple pins Instructions: Please follow along with the written instructions given in the PDF file. Step 1: You may want to mark where you want your opening to be that way