summer dress. There is a link to the non-pattern, but I like the finish of the top of this version better (as described in this link.) - about 3 yards of fabric, maybe a little more depending on the desired length...basically the length desired*2, but will have lots of leftovers unless I make the dress a pinch narrower than recommended.
"DIY; bra for backless tops" by every-girl-has-a-tip
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I love this! The perfect toothbrush travel case that can be easily tossed in with my normal laundry! No more icky plastic bags! :)
umm...genius. Velcro bedskirt. Easy to wash, easy to put back on, no moving the entire bed for it, and always stays put!
Wondering why I havent sewn these into any of my shirts.... This is brilliant.
My next sewing project (after the slipcover for my office chair)
10" squares + sew patchwork + cut out a-line shape = cute skirt
Skirt made from old t-shirts.
Upcycled Men's Shirt Apron
Hem your jeans and KEEP the original hem!
This girl does a great step-by-step for curtains. Anyone can sew a straight line. :) A previous pinner said: I've made or altered every curtain in my home with this method!
how to fix that gap in your jeans! genius
How to finish seams with a sewing machine - no serger required :)